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Cedar Sun Room
This gentleman's cedar sun room had grown too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. So we covered it with cable guided cellular shades to allow for the angles of the roof.
Rick needed a couple of options for his large windows and sliding glass door. For the slider, we went with a product called an Averte. Its a woven wood drapery that was perfect for this space. On the windows we used a Tenera, a fabric slatted shade that mimics a slatted blind.
With our client in Lakewood, WA ordered her roman shades, she needed to match her shades with a cornice for the top of her window.
Window cornices and valances can be used as a stand-alone window treatment or paired with draperies to highlight a specific color or feature. They come in a wide array of styles to fit every taste from swag and scarf valances, to pleated, continental, or embassy valances.
Window cornices can be a low cost yet beautifying addition to your windows that can blend in with your drapes to create a robust design piece. Better yet, window cornices and valances can make your windows appear larger to really help open up a room
Our client in Lakewood, WA wanted to replace her outdated roman shades with a new fresh look. She liked the idea of roman shades so we chose a new fabric and the look was exactly what she wanted. Roman shades are a popular solution for those who admire the elegant look of draperies, but want the modern conveniences of window shades. They also provide extra insulation, which helps save on energy costs. Choose from a variety of styles including balloon shades, tear drop shades, cascading folds and relaxed folds—all of which can bring your home to life.
Our DuPont client wanted shutters on all of her windows. This particular window is a great example of a classic shutter with a tilt bar. She was very happy with the result! Composite shutters are able to stand up to high humidity areas and effectively resist fading and cracking due to their synthetic materials. Because of their durability, composite shutters work well in steamy bathrooms and hot kitchens, and are excellent window coverings for rooms that receive a great deal of sun exposure.
This DuPont Client wanted shutters on all of her windows. To do this particular window, we had to do a BiFold shutter, where the panels fold on to themselves. It's a great look and the client was very happy with the outcome!
Our client in Steilacoom wanted an energy efficient shade that looked contemporary and didn’t block the view from her home. Solar Shades are some of the most versatile window coverings out there. Their primary purpose is to serve as a shield against solar heat gain, which helps to keep your energy costs down. Aside from being energy-saving, solar shades also reduce glare from the sun, making them perfect window covering solutions for rooms with televisions and computer monitors, such as family rooms and home offices.
2" Pleated Shade
This client in Lakewood needed something to block the morning sun in a lightly diffused way. This 2” pleated shade made that possible. They come in a variety of vibrant shades and patterns, resist fading, and retain their shape reliably.
French Balloon Shade
This client in Spanaway wanted some drama in her bedroom, something different than a normal roman shade. We came up with a French Balloon Shade that complemented the light purple of the room. She loved it!
A Steilacoom client needed shutters to match her existing ones. They are a single panel frame instead of a split window that you would usually see in a home. They turned out beautiful!
Our clients in Steilacoom needed some light control on their picture windows. We decided on Cellular shades for their light filtering features. The outcome is beautiful ambient light in the room and also the ability to keep the sun out on hot summer days.
Top Down Bottom Up Cellular Shades
A Client in Lakewood needed to reduce the back light that their two windows were projecting behind the TV. Our top-down / bottom-up option allows you to lower your shades from the top, or raise them from the bottom. Cellular shades can be combined with a pleated fabric on the top to let in natural light, and a cellular fabric on the bottom for additional privacy and insulation. This was the perfect solution, letting natural filtered light from the top, and a darker color to block more light on the bottom.
Vertical Cellular Shades
Our client in Spanaway needed a different option besides regular plastic vertical blinds. Vertical Cellular Shades add style and sophistication and are a great way to create window coverings or room dividers that coordinate with the other window treatments in your room.
Faux Wood BLinds
This Steilacoom family needed light control and durability for their media room. Faux wood blinds a very durable, and with the routeless option made light control easy.
motorized wood blinds
This Spanaway woman need a solution for her very high windows in her kitchen. The 3 windows let too much sun and heat. We gave her beautiful wood blinds and added motorization so she didn't have to mess with ladders or poles.
This Lakewood couple needed something different that boring verticals. Panel tracks are a great solution for patio doors. Sliding panel track blinds offer a modern and structured appeal to your home, and are available in a wide assortment of on-trend fabrics to choose from.
Sliding panel track blinds oversized panels come in varying widths and provide consistent overlapping. They cover the widest of windows and can also be used as closet doors and room dividers.
Roller shades proved to bring style and functionality for this busy DuPont realty office. The many different fabric choices are likely to compliment any home. This product is great motorized!
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