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One of my favorite products is the Silhouette. It is so versatile. It goes with any decorating style from contemporary to tradition and everywhere in between. They also work well for any room of the house.
Hunter Douglas created a whole new category of window fashions when launching Silhouette window shadings with the signature S-vane. Silhouette window shadings magically transform the look of a room by changing the harsh quality of exterior light into soft, radiant beauty.
Some of the benefits of Silhouettes are:
Light control and privacy-Silhouette window shadings assure privacy and manage light beautifully. Vanes simply tilt to the precise angle to let in the perfect amount of desired light.
Energy Savings-Nature lights any room! Daylighting efficiency is maximized by diffusing and dispersing sunlight throughout the room, which enables lights to be turned off and energy to be conserved.
UV protection-Silhouette window shadings provide unparalleled protection without compromising views. They provide 88% ultraviolet protection with vanes open and 99% with the vanes closed. Interior furnishings are shielded from direct sunlight preserving their beauty.
Excellent view through-When raised, the shade disappeared completely into the head rail, and when lowered there are no strings or cords to clutter ones view to the outside. The exclusive 4" Quartette 4" vane size is the largest vane size on the market providing an even more spectacular view.
What is the difference between blinds and shades? You may be familiar with the terms blinds or shades but y ou may be wondering what the main differences are between each. What are the pros and cons of each? Here are a few tips to help you narrow down the selection process... Basically, blinds are window coverings made up of individual slats. They can be completely raised for an unobstructed view or, when lowered, the slats can be rotated to let in more or less light. Shades, on the other hand, are made from single panels of fabric or woven wood rather than slats, so they can only be raised or lowered to achieve light control and privacy. Blinds come in both horizontal and vertical slats or louvers and have the primary function of controlling the amount of light coming through. There are many types of shades with unique functional benefits from light diffusion to energy efficiency, along with a variety of design options and much more. So What Do I Choose? Blinds? Shades? Before ma
Decorating with Black Every room needs just a bit of black! Adding a touch of black is a design necessity for almost every room. There’s something about this dark and mysterious shade that enhances other colors and moors a room. Even if it’s a small touch that you and your guests hardly notice, a pinch of black does make a difference. One of the best things about black is that, unlike other colors, it never goes out of style! Adding a touch of black is a design necessity for almost every room. There’s something about this dark and mysterious shade that enhances other colors and moors a room. Even if it’s a small touch that you and your guests hardly notice, a pinch of black does make a difference. One of the best things about black is that, unlike other colors, it never goes out of style! Ideas for adding black accents. Ideas for a dab of black include: – Wrought iron bed frames or stair railings – Upholstery fabric or leather – Flooring – Painted walls or
Decorating in many shades of gray adds layered elegance. Gray is a versatile and sensuous color to include in your home decor. Gray is a very flexible interior design color because it comes in so many variations; in fact, there are probably at least fifty shades of gray! People most often use gray as a neutral, instead of beige, white or cream. You can go cool or warm, depending on the version of gray you select. There are so many shades, and very few of them are simply a mix of black and white. Usually gray includes tones of blue, pink, green, yellow or other colors. Gray can come in varying intensities too, from the lightest dove gray to dark steel gray. And don’t just think of gray as a solid, smooth color when you use it in design. Part of the beauty of gray is in its texture; think wood grain in flooring and furniture, texture in tweed or silk fabrics, and matte or lacquer finish in paint. Gray is subtle and goes well with a lot of colors, letting the oth