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This Shrewsbury resident replaced their out-dated vertical blinds with updated stylish vertical shadings. The shadings provide light filtering, and privacy. Fabric louvers between sheer layers on either side give this the elegant look of a drapery. This is a great solution for sliding glass doors and other large open areas, they compliment nearby horizontal shadings and draperies.
A whole home of Shutters
This Shrewsbury resident had Budget Blinds of Shrewsbury install cafe wood shutters throughout their home, creating an amazing and consistent look from the street that complements the style of the home, both inside and out. The cafe shutter, a shutter that is just about half height of the window, creates privacy, while allowing plenty of natural sunlight into the room through the top.
Hybrid pleat shades
This West Boylston couple love their new 2" hybrid pleated shades. They provide privacy and block light from intrusive headlights. Also introducing high dynamic range photography. Moving forward, we will be implementing photography techniques that reflect the window, as well as the room, to give you the best sense of how brilliant these coverings look in the rooms they were chosen in, and for.
Roller shades with custom valances
This resident has a wonderful view. These roller shades block out glaring sun and control light, while maintaining the view. Roller and solar shades are able to cover large areas efficiently. We are happy to go above and beyond for customization, in this case it was a valance not typically used for roller shades.
Cellular shade with Fabric Wrapped Wood Cornice
No fun room can be complete without cell shades for privacy. While allowing the room to be lit while down, they protect the room from harmful UV rays. Honeycomb or cellular shades are an easy way to protect against UV spots cast on floors, furniture, and in this West Boylston home, other fine woods on this beautifully carved pool table.
Cellular Shades and Arches in Littleton
An elegant way to cover an arch is a cellular shade. Functional (to open) or stationary, they provide excellent insulation, and could be matched exactly to the blinds under and around it. Cordless cellular shades are a great child-safe, as well as door-friendly, option.
Blackout Cellular Shades for Home Theater
This Shrewsbury resident was elated to darken their media room. The layering with cornice toppers is a wonderful decorative touch. Carefully chosen colors and design gave this room a perfect remodel.
This Boylston home's living room is complete once they added these simple yet stylish fabric wrapped cornaces.
This Shrewsbury resident wanted the classic look of shutters across the Front Second floor windows of her home, for privacy and of course the style she has always wanted.
Cordless Cell Shades
This Worcester resident had several old broken corded cell shades, and was able to replace their entire first floor very affordably with our whole home program. These shades allow natural light to fill the room while providing privacy and blocking glare and direct sunlight over the lake. Cordless cell shades have a much more clean look, and are much safer for children and pets since they lack any accessible cords.
These roman shades provide the privacy, and light control this Acton customer was required while achieving the look critical to the room. Soft treatments can have a normal lining, thermal lining as well as blackout lining.
Decorative Roller Shades
These decorative roller shades are the perfect addition to this Shrewsbury massage office waiting area. They allow plenty of natural light with a subtle but beautiful vine - leaf pattern. They provide privacy and decoration while cutting down on direct glare without obstructing the natural light offered by the location. A Wood Valance was opted for over a cassette with matching fabric, so as not to see the roll at the top.
This Shrewsbury resident wanted to be able to maintain their view of their beautiful property when the shutters are open, and continue in the style of their home. These shutters cover a wide expanse, but still fold back neatly to the walls when they are open. The bi-fold feature affords the ability to not have any panels mounted on the center mullion which would have panels stick out into the room when open.
Wood Wrapped headrail on Cellular shades
This Worcester office required privacy in their conference room, for the outside color to match the inside, as well as a head rail that would not stand out from the woodwork. Signature Series shades from Budget Blinds of Shrewsbury are now available with real wood wrapped head rails to match any decor.
Cornice and Cell shades
Cell shades were installed in this Littleton home for privacy in the front of the house, also this customer chose a decorative cornice topper to finish the window and be a centerpiece of the room.
Sunroom Solar Shades
Solar shades are an excellent way to keep temperatures under control, in a room that turns into an oven when untreated. The shades provide a view out and are available in different weaves for more or less visibility and transparency. A matching fabric wrapped cassette hides the roll and creates a neat and consistent look across the top.
Cellular Arch and Shade
At Budget Blinds of Shrewsbury, we are able to fit any arch with a cell-shade, providing a much less expensive option than wood arches. This allows for a matching cellular shade underneath.
Bay window drapery panels
These floor to ceiling draperies in a bay window are accented by a stylish wood cornice to complete the look at the top. They provide a wonderful accent to the room, and when paired with other window coverings, can help you achieve the look you want.
These wood blinds, with rounded corner slats, complete the look and style of this Boxborough sun-room. The white tapes maintain the color scheme while hiding routing holes and ladder strings.
2 and 3/8 inch slats make these wood blinds look more like shutters.
Wood blinds are much lighter than faux wood, which means they require less ladders. When decorative tapes are applied they are spaced out further for a more appropriate, less congested look. The weight of wood blinds also makes them easier to raise and lower.
Sunroom Light Control
These solar shades have a clean look, limiting the light and glare coming in while providing a view out. A matching cassette on top hides the roll and brackets, for to complete the clean look. With a huge selection of fabrics you're sure to find something you love.
Wood Blinds were a perfect fit for this Bolton customer's large windows, they picked a wood that perfectly matches their cabinets and decor.
Wood and Faux Wood blinds are very versatile, allowing total openness when up, some privacy with light control while down but tilted open, and total privacy and total light control when down, tilted closed.
Top-Down Bottom-Up Cordless Blackout Cell Shade
The Top-Down Bottom-up feature is outstandingly suited to bedrooms or bathrooms, lower the top to allow light in and see sky while still maintaining privacy on the part of the window where it is most critical. Top-down Bottom-up is NOT exclusive to cellular shades and can be applied to a variety of window covering styles. With a blackout material such as this, you can also cover the entire window to darken the room for sleep.
This decorative drapery pulled to either side of a fireplace accents the fireplace, as well as the window. With other matching and complementing draperies in the room, this customer achieved the look they wanted.
Faux Wood Blinds
Enjoy the benefits of Wood Blinds with a lower price tag by choosing Faux Wood Blinds. We have a great selection of finishes, from those resembling wood grain and exotic wood, to painted colors, we guarantee you will find one you love. This Acton customer was ecstatic once they were installed. Faux-wood products are usually heavier than their wood counterparts, and thus require more ladders (strings) check out Wood Blinds for less ladders and an easier lift.
These fabric Roman Shades diffuse the direct sunlight that enters this family room, managing the extreme glare and temperature changes in this Maynard home.
These Faux Wood Shutters complete the design the homeowners in Shrewsbury were going for, they are mounted in a frame so three shutter panels can match three window panels, and there is a top to them.
Fabric Vertical Blinds
This bedroom sliding glass door now has privacy and light control with Fabric Verticals. Fabric is a great looking alternative to vinyl for Vertical Blinds.
Cafe Style Shutters
These shutters are an elegant way to create privacy for this first floor bathroom in the front of the house. Cafe style is great for the combination of shutters and another covering, in this case a Roman Shade.
Vertical Blinds with Cordless Cell Shades
Cover a sliding glass door with verticals for great light control and complete privacy. Matching Cellular Shades throughout complete this family room.
2" Faux Wood Blinds
A closer view of these 2" Faux Wood Blinds shows it's valance, a decorative way to hide head-rails with most any window covering. You can also see that it is route-less without holes in each slat, to allow less light in when they are closed.
Cordless Cellular Shades
These Cellular Shades help light this Acton family room and kitchen area with a diffuse light, perfect for eliminating glare as well as creating privacy.
Prominence Pleated Shades
These Prominence Shades pair elegantly with drapery to diffuse light and create privacy in this Shrewsbury office.
These Cellular Shades give this Acton home's dining room a softer light, as well as much needed privacy from a neighbor's close-by window. Even without a decorative valance, these fabric-covered head-rails look great on their own.
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