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For the living room of their home in Boca Pointe (Boca Raton, FL), our customers wanted formal, soft shades that would really make a statement. We came up with these beautiful, Austrian shades. These traditional Roman-style shades gave them the exact look they wanted!
Bypass, Composite Shutters with a Slatburst Arch
For this customer in Coconut Creek who wanted shutters to cover her sliding glass door and the arched window above, we installed a bypass, composite shutter with a slatburst arch. The bypass shutter (covering the sliding glass door) hangs from a track above the door; the large panels slide left to right - just like the sliding glass door - making it easy to access the sliding glass door itself. The slatburst arch above the door coordinates and completes the look.
Motorized Roller Shade with a Cassette Valance
For the master bedroom in their Boca Raton home, our customers were looking for a contemporary window treatment that would give them complete privacy. They also wanted a treatment without any cords as they have small children. We installed this motorized roller shade with a cassette valance. The clean look of the roller shade was perfect in their modern home, and the semi-opaque fabric gave our customers the privacy they were looking for. By motorizing the shade, we eliminated the need for cords. The controls for this motorized shade are actually integrated into the attached wand, and this style of motorization can be added at a minimal cost.
Composite Shutters with 4 1/2" Louvers and Hidden Tilt Bars
On the French doors and transom windows in the master bedroom of their hime in Boca Grove (Boca Raton, FL), these customers wanted a window treatment that would keep out plenty of sunlight in the morning while also giving them a great view outside during the day. We installed composite shutters with 4 1/2" louvers and hidden tilt bars, and our customers were thrilled! When the louvers are closed, the room stays very dark. During the day, the large louvers allow a wonderful view. The hidden tilt bars add to the view by eliminating the visible tilt bars that are there on traditional shutters.
2" Faux Wood Blinds
For the conference room of their Boca Raton offices, Treatment Partners of America wanted a window treatment that would give them the ability to control the amount of light coming into the room. These 2" faux wood blinds provide great light control and look fantastic.
Top-down/Bottom-up, Knife Pleat Roman Shade
For the office of her home in Boca Pointe (in Boca Raton), this customer wanted a soft, stylish treatment that would give her privacy without darkening the room. This top-down/bottom-up, knife pleat Roman shade did the trick! The Roman shade gives our customer a beautiful look that really adds to her office. In this photo, the shade is lowered from the top, allowing plenty of light to come in while not letting passers-by look into the room.
Top-dpwn/Bottom-up, Knife Pleat Roman Shade
For the office of her home in Boca Pointe (in Boca Raton), this customer wanted a soft, stylish treatment that would give her privacy without darkening the room. This top-down/bottom-up, knife pleat Roman shade did the trick! The Roman shade gives our customer a beautiful look that really adds to her office. In this photo, the shade is lifted from the bottom, but the shade can also be lowered from the top (seen in the previous photo), giving perfect privacy.
Woven Wood Shade with Privacy Liner
For her kitchen, this customer in Boca Woods (in Boca Raton) was looking for a window treatment that would give her a warm, natural look while allowing both plenty of light in during the day as well as privacy at night. This woven wood shade with a privacy liner met all of her needs. The natural woven wood provides the warm look that our customer desired. The shade can be raised during the day to allow ample light into the kitchen, and the shade can be lowered at night so that the attached liner provides privacy.
Cordless Trilight Shades (Cellular and Pleated Shades) on French Doors
For their French doors, our customers in Coconut Creek wanted window treatments that would give them many light-control and privacy options. It was also important to have window treatments that wouldn't interfere with their French doors' handles. We decided on cordless Trilight shades which combine cellular shades and pleated shades. The upper fabric is a sheer pleated shade which softens the incoming sunlight and allows some visibility outside. The lower fabric is a light-filtering cellular shade which lets light come into the room while providing privacy. The shades can be adjusted in a variety of positions to accommodate for light-control and privacy. The shades can also be fully raised.
Motorized Solar Shades
At American Top Team in Coconut Creek, a solution was needed to eliminate the glare on the computers and television by their front desk. We installed motorized solar shades to solve the problem. The dark-colored solar shades eliminate the incoming glare, and because the windows are high up, the radio-frequency motorized system allows the shades to be raised and lowered with the touch of a button.
Woven Wood Sliding Panels with Privacy Lining and a Wood Cornice
This customer in Boca Raton wanted a window covering on her sliding glass door that would give a warm look and provide privacy without making her dining room too dark. These woven wood sliding panels with privacy lining and a wood cornice gave her all she was looking for. The woven wood (these happen to be a bamboo reed) adds warmth to the room, and the privacy liner we added to the back of the panels allows plenty of light to come into the room while maintaining privacy. The wood cornice above the sliding panels adds a finished look and coordinates perfectly with the woven wood.
For the guardhouse at Boca Woods (in Boca Raton), a window treatment was needed that would limit the glare and heat without restricting visibility. The solar shades we installed did the trick. Solar shade fabric allows light to come through but keeps heat out while reducing glare.
Bypass Shutter with Hidden Tilt Bars and 3-1/2" Louvers
On her sliding glass door, this customer in Coconut Creek wanted a clean-looking shutter that would allow her to easily use the door and allow plenty of light into her family room. The bypass shutter with hidden tilt bars and 3-1/2" louvers met all of her needs. The shutter is hung from a track above the sliding glass door, allowing the large shutter panels to slide back and forth (just like the sliding glass door does); this makes it easy to go in and out. The hidden till bars give the shutters a clean, modern look. Finally, the large louvers let plenty of light into the room and give an outstanding view when the louvers are in an open position.
Sliding Panels with Solar Shade Fabric
For her home in Boca Pointe (in Boca Raton), this customer wanted a contemporary treatment on her sliding glass door that would keep out the heat and harmful UV rays without making her kitchen too dark. These sliding panels with solar shade fabric met all of her needs and look amazing! The solar shade fabric is made specifically to block UV rays and heat (and also reduces glare). Not only does the solar shade fabric let light into the room, but it also allows our customer to enjoy the view even when the panels are in a closed position. The sliding panel system is a modern alternative to vertical blinds and fits in perfectly with this customer's decor.
Here's what the sliding panels from the previous picture look like in an opened position.
Solar Shades with Cassette Valances
At this Bank of America in Boca Raton, the manager's concerns were keeping the heat out and reducing the glare on their computer screens. We met the manager's needs by installing solar shades with cassette valances. Solar shades are designed to block the sun's UV rays, to minimize the incoming heat, and to limit glare. Another fantastic benefit of solar shades is the reduction of energy costs. The cassette valances hide the roller at the top of the shade and house the entire shade when it's rolled up.
Wood Blinds with 2 1/2" Slats
For a bedroom in their South Florida home, these customers wanted a window treatment that would allow them to control the incoming light, give them a great outside view, and let plenty of light into the room. These wood blinds with 2 1/2" slats (louvers) met all of their needs! Just like any louvered product, the slats can be tilted to adjust how much light comes into the room. With the larger slat size, the space between the slats is optimal, giving these customers a great outside view.
Composite Shutters with 3-1/2" Louvers and an L-frame
For his home in Boca Pointe (in Boca Raton), our customer knew he wanted shutters for their beautiful look and their capability of letting plenty of light into his kitchen. His main concern was not losing the window sill above the sink. We installed these composite shutters with 3-1/2" louvers and an L-frame that allowed us to set the shutter back into the window, preserving the window sill space.
Luminette Privacy Sheers
For their home in Boca Raton, these customers wanted an elegant look that would give them light-control and privacy. They decided on Luminette Privacy Sheers. The vertical fabric vanes rotate, giving our customers control of the incoming light as well as privacy. When the vanes are in an open position, the sheer fabric diffuses the light while filtering out the sun's glare and UV rays.
Cellular Skylight Shade
This customer in Boca Raton was having heat issues in her family room due to the intense sunlight coming in through her skylights. We solved her problem by installing cellular skylight shades. Cellular shades are one of the best products when it comes to energy efficiency, and they're light enough to be mounted horizontally (we do a ton of these in skylights). The light-filtering fabric allows sunlight in, so our customer gets the best of both worlds - the light comes in, but the heat stays out. As an added bonus, this shade is operable, so the customer can open and close the shade as desired.
Composite Shutter with 3 1/2" Louvers and a Designer Sill Cap on an Arched Window
For these customers in Boca Raton who wanted a shutter on their large arched window, we installed this beautiful composite shutter with 3 1/2" louvers and a designer sill cap. The shutter has two panels (door) that are continuous from the top of the arch to the bottom of the window. The designer sill cap adds to the design of the shutter by covering the window's marble sill and creating a seamless look for the entire window. The large louvers offer great light control and offer a fabulous view when the louvers are in an open position.
Composite Bypass Shutter with 3-1/2" Louvers
On the sliding glass door of their home in Boca Raton, these customers wanted a window treatment that would match the other shutters around their house. The easy solution was this composite bypass shutter with 3-1/2" louvers. A bypass shutter operates in the same way as a sliding glass door - the large shutter panels hang from a track above the door and can slide to the left or right in order to access the sliding glass door. The large louvers are perfect for keeping plenty of light coming into the room and maintaining their view when the louvers are in an open position.
For the living room in his home in Boca Reserve (in Boca Raton), our customer was looking to dress up his windows and add to the look of his blinds. We found a fabric that worked perfectly with his decor and used it to make these shaped, fabric-wrapped cornices. These top treatments really add to the look of the windows and look fantastic in the room!
Composite Shutters with 4-1/2" Louvers
This customer in Boca Pointe (in Boca Raton) wanted a window treatment on the bay window in her bedroom that would add to her decor while giving her complete privacy and light control. She also wanted the ability to get plenty of light and enjoy the view during the day. These beautiful composite shutters with 4-1/2" louvers met all of her needs. The shutters were made to fit her bay window perfectly, and the large louvers allow her to let as much light in as she wants. When the louvers are opened, our customer gets plenty of light and has a phenomenal view outside.
Solar Shades with 5% Openness
For the living room of their home in Boca Pointe (in Boca Raton), these customers wanted window coverings that would help them deal with the heat and glare of the afternoon sun; being on the 8th floor, privacy wasn't a concern. These solar shades with 5% openness (meaning the shades block 95% of UV rays) were the perfect solution. Solar shades are designed specifically to reduce glare and heat while still maintaining a view.
Faux Wood Blinds with 2-1/2" Slats
For the bathroom of his home in Boca Woods (in Boca Raton), this customer needed a window treatment what could handle getting a little bit wet. He also wanted a treatment that would allow plenty of light into the room while also being able to provide total privacy. These faux wood blinds with 2-1/2" slats are durable enough to handle getting wet, will let a lot of light into the room when they're opened, and can close very tightly so that when the shower is in use, whoever is showering will have total privacy.
Roller Shade with a Cassette Valance
For the kitchen of his home in Coconut Creek, this customer wanted a contemporary window treatment that would give him privacy without darkening the room. The roller shade with a cassette valance we found for him worked perfectly! The light-filtering fabric give complete privacy while still allowing sunlight to come into the room.
For the large sliding glass door in her living room, this customer in Boca Raton wanted an elegant-looking window covering allowing her to control the incoming light and also giving her complete privacy when she wanted it. These sheer verticals give her exactly what she wanted and exceeded her expectations with their beauty! The sheer fabric gives her the elegant look she desired while diffusing the incoming sunlight, resulting in a soft light throughout the room. The vertical vanes within the sheer fabric allow our customer to control how much sunlight comes into the room as well as giving complete privacy when they're rotated into a closed position.
Sliding Panels as a Room Divider
When we covered the windows of her Boca Pointe home (in Boca Raton), this customer asked if we could find a treatment that would help close off her den for times when she had company staying with her. She wanted something that would not only give her guests complete privacy, but also come close to disappearing when nobody was visiting. We helped her settle upon these sliding panels as a room divider. When the panels are closed (seen in this picture), her guests can have all the privacy they need, and the panels work really well blocking any light from coming into the room.
Here's another picture from our Boca Pointe customer who decided to use sliding panels as a room divider. In this picture, the panels are partially drawn open, revealing the den where our customer's guests stay when visiting. To fully open the room, the panels slide all the way to the side and end up being almost completely hidden behind the den wall.
2-3/8" Wood Blinds with Decorative Valances
For the conference room of Computer Aid, Inc.'s Coconut Creek office, a window treatment was needed that offered great light control and looked attractive. The 2-3/8" wood blinds with decorative valances fit the bill. The horizontal slats can be tilted to let more or less light into the room, and the blinds themselves look fantastic! Another advantage with the large slat size (many wood and faux wood blinds have 2" slats) is the increased light and visibility; the larger the slat, the more space between the slats when the blinds are open.
These customers in Pompano Beach wanted a window treatment that would help them save on their electric bill (running the air conditioner less) when the sun shined into their east-facing windows. At the same time, they didn't want to lose their fantastic view. We installed solar shades with cassette valances and completely met our customers' needs. The 3% openness of the shades they chose block 97% of the sun's UV rays while still letting our customers enjoy their view. The cassettes at the top of the shades hide the shades when they're not being used so that almost the entire window (and French door) is unobstructed.
In the sunroom of her home in Boca Woods (in Boca Raton), this customer wanted a simple top treatment that would tie in the colors from her living room as well as conceal the Roman shades on the sunroom windows. The fabric-wrapped cornice we created for her accomplished both of those things and turned out beautifully. When her Roman shades are pulled up, they're completely hidden behind the cornice, and the colors of the cornice's fabric were perfect in tying together our customer's living room decor.
Roller Shade with a 3" Fascia
In the bedroom of her Boca Raton home, this customer wanted a modern-looking window treatment that would give her total privacy while still allowing sunlight to brighten the room. The light-filtering roller shade with a 3" fascia was the perfect match! The fabric she chose lets plenty of light into her room as well as gives her complete privacy. The contemporary fascia serves to hide the roller at the top of the window.
For the family room of their home in Boca Raton, these customers needed a window treatment that would help with the intense heat (especially during the summer). At the same time, they didn't want to lose the view of their backyard or darken the room too much. The solar shades they chose give them everything they wanted. These solar shades (1% openness) diffuse the light and block 99% of the sun's UV rays while allowing an outside view.
2 1/2" Faux Wood Blinds with a Decorative Valance
These customers in Boca Raton wanted a covering on their kitchen window that would give them the ability to control the incoming sunlight. They also wanted a window covering that would let them enjoy the outside view. The 2 1/2" faux wood blinds with a decorative valance met all their needs. The large slats give a wonderful view of the outside, and the slats can be adjusted in a variety of positions to let more or less light into the room. The decorative valance serves to hide the aluminum headrail at the top of the blinds while also providing an elegant look.
2" Vinyl Blinds
For the patio of their home in Boca Raton, these customers were looking for a durable window treatment that would give them privacy and block the sunlight. The 2" vinyl blinds they chose give them the flexibility to allow as much light in as they want as well as giving them complete privacy when they need it.
Pinch Pleat Drapery with Blackout Lining on a Decorative Rod
For the sliding glass door in the guest room of her home in Boca Raton, this customer wanted an elegant look that would keep the sunlight out when she has guests. She also wanted the majority of the window exposed during the day. We helped her meet her every need with this pinch pleat drapery with blackout lining on a decorative rod. During the day, the drapery can be fully drawn so that plenty of sunlight gets into the room. When our customer has company staying with her, the blackout lining is fantastic at keeping the room dark. Between the beautiful fabric and the decorative rod, our customer was overjoyed at the final result!
Woven Wood Roman Shade with a Privacy Liner
This customer in Boca Raton wanted a window covering on her kitchen window that would provide a beautiful, warm look while also giving her privacy. We installed a woven wood Roman shade with a privacy liner, and the result was absolutely perfect! The natural look of the woven wood gives her the warmth she was looking for, and the attached liner gives her complete privacy when the shade is lowered. An added benefit of the privacy liner (as opposed to a room-darkening liner) is that even when the shade is down, sunlight can still get into the room.
This Boca Raton customer chose solar shades with cassette valances for the windows and the French door in the family room of her home in Boca Falls. Since her main concerns were keeping the sun's glare off of her television and keeping the room cool, solar shades were the perfect option. Solar shades keep out the sun's UV rays but still allow visibility through the shades. The cassette valances provide a finished look and let the shades be completely hidden when they're rolled up.
Wood Shutter with 3-1/2" Louvers, InvisiTilt, and a Designer Sill Cap
This Boca Raton customer wanted a wood shutter for his dining room with a clean look that would allow plenty of light in. We installed a wood shutter with 3-1/2" louvers, InvisiTilt, and a designer sill cap. The large louvers allow a lot of light into the room, and the shutters have a modern, clean look with the InvisiTilt feature (hidden tilt bar). What's really nice about the InvisiTilt feature is that the tilt mechanism is completely hidden inside the shutter panel (unlike shutters from other manufacturers that have a visible tilt bar on the back of the shutter panel). The designer sill cap adds a more decorative look that really gave our customer just what he wanted.
For her guest/grandkids' bedroom in her Boca Raton home, this customer wanted a clean look that would give her guests privacy but not darken the room too much. The light-filtering roller shade with a cassette valance we installed looks beautiful and gives our customer just what she was looking for. The fabric gives her complete privacy but is thin enough that it doesn't make the room dark. The cassette valance is a great feature that houses the entire shade so that when our customer wants the shade rolled up, she can enjoy a clear view.
Wood Shutters with 3-1/2" Louvers and InvisiTilt
This customer in Boca Raton wanted a clean-looking wood shutter to match the color of his cabinets. He decided on a sienna-colored wood shutter with 3-1/2" louvers and InvisiTilt. The large louvers let plenty of light into his kitchen, and the InvisiTilt feature (the tilt rod is actually hidden inside the shutter panels) gives him the clean look he wanted.
Operable Slatburst Eyebrow Arch over 2" Faux Wood Blinds
On an arched window in the master bedroom of her Boca Raton home, this customer needed a treatment that would keep her bedroom dark. She also wanted the ability to let light into the room during the day. We decided upon a custom operable slatburst eyebrow arch over a 2" faux wood blind. The slats in the arch can be moved, so when our customer wants to keep the sunlight out, all she has to do is close the slats.
For the family room at her home in Boca Falls, this Boca Raton customer decided to use sliding panels to cover her large sliding glass door. These sliding panels use a light-filtering roller shade material to give total privacy. The panels are divided so that half of them slide to the left, and half slide to the right, giving our customer a clear view when she wants the entire sliding glass door uncovered.
This customer in Coconut Creek wanted a window covering that would give her total privacy without making her living room too dark. The Illusion Shades she chose give her a stylish window covering while giving her privacy and allowing a good deal of light to filter into her room. She also has the option of raising the entire shade into the headrail to have a clear view out her window.
Roller Shades with a Cassette Valance
For the sunroom of her home in Boca Pointe in Boca Raton, this customer wanted to soften the incoming sunlight, but she didn't want to lose her view. We installed these beautiful roller shades with a cassette valance. The fabric on these roller shades lets her keep the view even when the shades are down, and on days when the sunlight isn't too intense, the shades can be rolled up into the cassette valances so that our customer can fully enjoy her gorgeous backyard.
In the spin room at Lighthouse Point Gym, the goal was to keep the room cool and dark. We installed black vertical blinds to control the light and heat, and the black vertical vanes fit the room's look perfectly!
This customer in Deerfield Beach wanted a modern window treatment that would give her privacy without making her family room too dark. These sliding panels with a light-filtering material give her exactly what she was looking for.
This Coconut Creek customer chose Roman shades for her kitchen window to give her an elegant, soft look. When the shades are down, the light-filtering fabric allows plenty of light to come through without giving up privacy or darkening the room.
Dual Shades - Solar Shade and Roller Shade with a Cassette Valance
In the master bedroom of their home in North Miami, this couple wanted three things from their window treatments - a modern look, the ability to see outside during the day (with the window still covered), and room-darkening capability. They got exactly what they wanted with these dual shades. Dual shades combine two different shades - in this case a solar shade that allows a view of the outside during the day along with a room-darkening roller shade. The solar shade and roller shade are both housed inside a single cassette valance which allows both shades to completely disappear on those occasions when these customers want their entire window and view exposed.
Pinch Pleat Drapery on a Traverse Rod
This customer in Boca Raton wanted a window treatment in her guest room that would give her an elegant, traditional look and give her guests complete privacy while still letting in some light. She chose pinch pleat drapery on a traverse rod and got everything she wanted. The traverse rod allows the drapery to be opened and closed with ease.
Composite Shutters on French Doors
To get a uniform street-side look for her home, this Lighthouse Point customer chose composite shutters on her French doors on the front of her home. The 3-1/2" louvers allow plenty of light to come in, and the cutouts around the doors' handles create a perfect fit.
Roller Shade with a Cassette Valance on a French Door
This customer in Boca Reserve (in Boca Raton) needed privacy for a French door in her bedroom. The roller shade with a cassette valance we installed gives her both the privacy she needed as well as a finished, clean, modern look. When privacy isn't a concern, the roller shade can roll all the way up into the cassette.
Blackout Roller Shade and Vertical Blinds
For their Pompano Beach office, APS Distributors wanted treatments on the door and large window that would limit the amount of sunlight coming in (to save money on their electric bills) and give ample privacy. We covered the door with a blackout roller shade and the window with vertical blinds.
2 1/2" Faux Wood Blinds with a Stately Valance
This customer in Boca Raton wanted a window treatment that would give her light control along with a great view when she wants to look outside. She chose 2 1/2" faux wood blinds with a stately valance. Faux wood blinds give her the ability to tilt the slats to let in as much light as she wants. By going with the 2 1/2" slats (as opposed to 2" slats), she gains another 1/2" between each slat which maximizes her view.
Grommet Top Drapery with a Blackout Liner
These customers in Lighthouse Point wanted a contemporary treatment that would reduce the light coming through the French doors into their bedroom. They got just what they were looking for with a grommet top drapery with a blackout liner. To complete the look, the customers selected a brushed black nickel pole with ball finials.
Double Drapery with a Wood Cornice
To create a formal, elegant look in her dining room, this Boca Raton customer chose a double drapery with a wood cornice. The layered drapery gives a variety of options as both draperies can be opened or closed, allowing the customer to change the look of the drapery as she wishes. The decorative wood cornice is a fantastic finishing touch to this window treatment.
Wood Shutters with 3-1/2" Louvers
This customer in Boca Raton chose a wood shutter with 3-1/2" louvers for her home in Boca Pointe. The large louvers not only give her a fantastic view, but also allow ample sunlight in during the day. She chose a beautiful wood stain that matches her decor perfectly.
Roller Shade with a Fabric-Covered Cassette Valance and Sliding Panels
This Parkland customer wanted a similar look for the window treatments on the window and the sliding glass door in her bedroom. She decided on a roller shade with a fabric-covered cassette valance for the window and sliding panels for the sliding glass door. Both window treatments use the same light-filtering material to create a uniform look. The roller shade's cassette valance provides a finished look to the shade and can be used to house the entire shade to completely clear the window.
Woven Wood Shades with Privacy Liners
This customer in Lighthouse Point decided to cover her French doors (and the windows next to them) with woven wood shades with privacy liners. The natural woven wood shades give her the warm look she wanted, and the privacy liners let light come through the shades while providing complete privacy.
Vertical Blinds with Fabric Vanes
This customer in Boca Raton wanted privacy in her dining room without making the room too dark. She decided on vertical blinds with fabric vanes for her sliding glass door. The fabric vanes are decorative, provide privacy, and filter the incoming sunlight (unlike vinyl vanes, which block out the majority of sunlight).
Woven Wood Sliding Panels
To cover a sliding glass door in the front of her home, this customer chose woven wood sliding panels. Sliding panels give a modern look and are a great alternative to vertical blinds. The light-filtering woven wood gently filters incoming light and provides privacy.
Prominence Roman Pleat Shades
This Boca Raton customer wanted a window covering that would give her an elegant look in her living room while controlling the harsh afternoon sun. She chose these Prominence Roman pleat shades to meet her needs. The large cell design of the Prominence shades provide excellent light control and privacy. Other benefits of these non-woven shades are that they're light, making them easy to lift and lower, and they won't fray.
This Pompano Beach customer wanted a window treatment that would reduce the glare from the sun and its reflection from the water. He chose solar shades which solve the glare problem and give the added benefits of decreasing the temperature in his home and blocking out 95% of the sun's harmful UV rays. Keeping out UV rays will limit damage to his furniture and floors. Solar shades are available with various levels of "openness" - some can block 99% of UV rays.
Blackout Honeycomb Shades with Cordless Lift
To cover this large window in their bedroom, these customers in Lighthouse Point decided on blackout honeycomb shades with cordless lift. The cordless lift option make a child-friendly alternative to shades with strings or cords. These shades are made of a 100% stain-resistant fabric. The blackout option is great for any bedroom. Honeycomb shades are also energy efficient, and their superior sound absorption is an added bonus
Exterior Solar Shades with Cassette Valances
To minimize the sun's glare and reduce the temperature on her patio, this customer in Boca Raton decided on exterior solar shades with cassette valances. Exterior solar shades are treated with Microban (antimicrobial protection) to resist mold and mildew, and all of the components are made with stainless steel so that they won't rust. The cassette valances provide a clean, finished look and allow the shades to be fully concealed when they're not being used.
This customer in Boca Raton chose Illusion shades which offer a variety of options. Illusion shades use two fabrics that can be adjusted for total privacy or to filter incoming sunlight. The shades can also be completely raised into the headrail to allow the entire window to be uncovered.
This Boca Raton customer wanted a window covering that would give her both a warm look and complete privacy while allowing light to come through. This woven wood Roman shade was the perfect solution. The attached privacy liner gives total privacy but still lets light through.
Here's another look at the woven wood Roman shade with a privacy liner attached. This picture helps illustrate the benefit of the privacy liner - lots of light comes through the shade, but the view (from both the inside and the outside) is completely blocked.
For this home in Boca Raton, our customer chose to cover her sidelight windows with light-filtering window shadings. The sheer fabric helps protect the customer's furniture by filtering UV rays while still allowing the customer to see outside. When the fabric vanes are in a closed position, they still allow some light in while providing complete privacy.
2" Faux Wood Blinds with Cordless Lift and Wand Tilt
For the waiting room of her Boca Raton office, this customer chose 2" faux wood blinds with cordless lift and a wand tilt. The cordless lift and wand tilt options eliminate cords making them fantastic child safety features. The 2" slats on the blinds offer great light control.
"S" Curve Vertical Blinds
The "S" Curve vertical blinds chosen by this Boca customer are pretty unique. "S" Curve blinds are pretty common when it comes to vertical blinds, however, black verticals aren't something you see everyday. The bold color selection works well with the customer's decor, and the shape of the "S" Curve blinds helps block more light than traditional verticals.
These customers chose roller shades with a light filtering fabric for the front room of their home in Lighthouse Point. By using a light filtering fabric, the roller shades will allow ample privacy while still letting sunlight in. These roller shades are easy to clean, energy efficient, and roll up tightly to maximize the view.
Wood Shutters with 4-1/2” Louvers, Invisible Tilt, and Split Tilt
In order for this customer in Lighthouse Point to enjoy the beautiful view behind her home, she decided on wood shutters with 4-1/2” louvers, invisible tilt, and split tilt. The large louvers maximize the view, and the shutters themselves add to the beauty of the room. The invisible tilt option eliminated the need for tilt rods, which are normally located running down the center of each group of louvers. In addition, the split tilt option allows the louvers on the top half and the bottom half of each panel to be operated independently (this is displayed in the next picture). At night, the louvers can be closed to offer complete privacy.
This picture shows the split tilt option for the wood shutters with 4-1/2” louvers, invisible tilt, and split tilt. During the day, this customer can close the lower louvers to ensure maximum privacy while keeping the upper louvers open to let light into the room.
Room-Darkening Window Shadings
This Boca Raton customer chose room-darkening window shadings for her bathroom window for its combination of elegant looks and its ability to filter out harmful UV rays. Window shadings have soft vanes suspended between sheer fabric on the front and the back. The vanes can be closed for complete privacy, opened so that the outside view can be enjoyed, or fully raised into the headrail.
Light-Filtering Window Shadings
For this window, our Boca Raton customer chose a light-filtering window shading. In this picture, the vanes are open so that the outside view can be seen, while the sheer fabric softens the incoming light.
Unison Shade with a Pleated Fabric and Blackout Cellular Fabric
This Boca Raton customer needed a blackout material during the morning to deal with the intense morning sunlight, but he also wanted a window covering that would give him some privacy while letting some light in during the afternoon and early evening. We solved his problem with the unison shade with a pleated fabric and a blackout cellular fabric. This shade combines a pleated fabric on top with a cellular fabric (in this case, we used a blackout cellular fabric) on the bottom of a single headrail. This shade also allows a third option of raising both shades completely. The end result was an extremely happy customer.
Here's a look at the same unison shades (from the previous picture) with the pleated shade covering the entire window.
This picture shows the same windows with the cellular portion of the unison shades covering the windows. Notice how well the blackout cellular material blocks out the light.
Sliding Panels with a Roller Shade Material
This Pompano Beach customer wanted a simple yet elegant look for a sliding glass door in her living room. She wanted some privacy but also wanted a window covering that would allow light to come into her room. These sliding panels with a roller shade material gave her exactly what she was looking for.
Sliding Panels with a Roller Shade Material
This picture shows the sliding panels in a completely open position. The panels stack neatly to provide access to the sliding glass door or if the customer wants to let more light into the room.
Vinyl Shutters with Clearview
For a brand new fraternity house in Gainesville, FL., these vinyl shutters with Clearview (hidden tilt rod) are a perfect choice. The 3-1/2 louvers are great for enjoying the view outside the house. The fact that the vinyl is virtually indestructible and easy to clean makes these shutters ideal for a fraternity setting where the residents may get a bit rowdy every now and then.
Woven Wood Shade with Operable Privacy Liner
This customer in West Palm Beach wanted the natural, warm look of a woven wood shade but was concerned about her privacy at night. The solution was this woven wood shade with an operable privacy lining. During the day, the privacy liner can be raised so that light filters in through the woven wood; at night, the privacy liner can be lowered behind the woven wood shade to give the customer complete privacy. In this picture, the privacy liner is partially lowered.
Vertical Blinds with a Wood Cornice
This Boca Raton couple wanted a combination of function and fashion for their window. What they decided on was vertical blinds with a wood cornice. The verticals offer fantastic light control and are ideal for covering the sliding glass door. The wood cornice dresses up the window for a more elegant look. The decorative keystone in the center of the cornice makes the cornice even more attractive.
Blackout Cellular Shades with a Cordless Lift
This customer in Coconut Creek already had composite shutters installed on two windows in his bedroom, but being very light sensitive, he wanted to block out 100% of the light. We installed blackout cellular shades with a cordless lift in between his shutters and the window. Now, when he wants to block all of the light from outside, he can pull the cellular shades down and block all light from entering the room. When he’s awake and raises the cellular shades, they stack so tightly that they’re completely out of sight behind the shutter’s top rail.
Blackout Cellular Shade
This is the same window from the previous picture – even with the shutter’s louvers open, the blackout cellular shade blocks 100% of the light.
Woven Reed Horizontal Blinds
This Pompano Beach customer's choice of woven reed horizontal blinds gives him an ideal combination of style and functionality. The ebony, woven bamboo slats combined with the wood valance give the room a warm, natural look. The design of the blinds' trapezoid bottom rail helps maintain excellent light control.
Cordless Lift Cellular Shade
This Lighthouse Point customer wanted to keep the intensity of the setting sun off of her family during dinners. The cordless lift cellular shade solved her problem – cellular shades are excellent in dealing with light control – allowing her to cover both her French doors when the sunlight becomes too overbearing. Since the customer wanted to reduce the intensity of the sun without blacking out the room, she decided on a light-filtering fabric. The cordless option is perfect for homes with children or pets.
Composite Shutter Style Horizontal Blinds with 2 ½ “ Slats
In order to update the look of his bedroom, this customer in Coconut Creek chose composite shutter style horizontal blinds with 2 ½ “ slats. These blinds provide the look of wood without any chance of warping or chipping. Also, from the outside, these blinds offer the look of wood shutters at a fraction of the cost
Aluminum Blinds with 1" Slats
The owner of MotionPoint Corporation, located in Coconut Creek, chose aluminum blinds with 1" slats to cover the windows of his company's office space. Aluminum blinds are the most economical way to cover windows, which makes them very popular in commercial settings. These blinds come in a wide variety of colors, making them suitable for practically any decor.
This picture shows the same Coconut Creek office of MotionPoint Corporation - here, the aluminum blinds are open to allow light in and to give the employees a clear view. The slats on aluminum blinds can be tilted, allowing both light control and privacy.
Sliding Panels with a Roman Shade Material
To cover this extra-wide window in their front room, this Boca Raton couple went with sliding panels with a Roman shade material - a fantastic alternative to vertical blinds. The material used is light filtering and offers ample privacy, too. During the day, these sliding panels can be traversed to the right to allow the view outside to be appreciated. Sliding panels can also be made from woven woods, roller shade material, and solar shade material.
Faux Wood Horizontal Blinds with 2-inch Slats with a Stately Valance
This customer in Pompano Beach wanted a window covering in her bedroom that would offer great light control and privacy while adding a touch of fashion. She decided on faux wood horizontal blinds with 2-inch slats with a Stately valance. These vinyl blinds is extremely durable and a breeze to clean.
Vinyl Vertical Blinds with S-shaped Vanes
We covered this large sliding glass door in Boca Raton with vinyl vertical blinds with S-shaped vanes. S-shaped vanes give the vertical blinds more of a drapery-like look and close more tightly than regular vinyl verticals, providing better light control.
Cellular Blackout Shade
This Boca Raton customer works at night and sleeps during the day, so she needed to keep the sunlight from coming in through a high window in her bedroom. She chose a cellular blackout shade, which blocks all light from entering the room. Another benefit is that cellular shades are great insulators.
"S" Curve Vinyl Vertical Blinds
Vertical blinds work well on windows of all sizes. This customer in Pompano Beach decided on "S" Curve vinyl vertical blinds which are easy to care for while providing the attractive look of drapery. Also, "S" Curve vinyl vertical blinds close more tightly than standard vinyl vertical blinds which means less light will get through when the blinds are closed.
2" Vinyl Horizontal Blinds
For this combination of a sliding glass door with a tall window on each side, this customer in Boca Raton decided on 2” vinyl horizontal blinds. Instead of having one large horizontal blind, we installed three blinds. This will allow the customer to operate the blind covering each window independently. Not only do these blinds offer outstanding light control and privacy, but this customer was able to choose a style that matched the vinyl vertical blinds she had on the opposite side of her room.
2-1/2” Shutter Style Composite Blind with a Stately Valance
This customer in Boca Raton wanted something other than verticals in her bedroom; she wanted style along with a covering that was easy to maintain. We decided on a 2-1/2” shutter style composite blind with a stately valance. As you can see in the picture, we covered the large window with three composite blinds, all sharing one valance. The 2-1/2” composite blind offers the look of a shutter at a much lower price, and these blinds are very easy to clean.
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