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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.
Decorating in Pairs Two of almost any home furnishings adds soothing symmetry and balance. It’s easy. Just add one home furnishing element, such as a throw pillow, picture or chair; then repeat. Interior design elements that lend themselves to pairing include: - Furniture, such as chairs, ottomans, end tables, even sofas - Throw pillows and decorative towels - Artwork hanging on walls or standing on tables - Mirrors, lamps and light fixtures Pairs add flexibility too. You can easily move them to change the function of a room for a party or other event. And if you buy new furniture, a pair of items is easier to re-arrange in the same room or settle harmoniously into another room. Even when you move, pairs of home elements are more flexible to fit into a new house and new decor. The pairing concept can be applied to colors too. Selecting a color palette for your home with two complementary colors is an effective decorating strategy. For example: - Brown and Ivory
This is HGTV's color of the month for May: It is a very bright cheerful color. I think to do this color you really have to love blue. This color would be great for a bathroom, or of course in a little boys bedroom. It is also a really great color to use as an accent, not necessarily for the whole room, and I love this color paired with the crisp brightness of white. Here are a few ideas on how to do it in a room: We can do odd shaped windows like these! Photo source
HGTV'S color of the month for August is Chrome Yellow. While a very bright cheerful color, it can be very overwhelming. I like it as an accent to add a pop of color in a room. Here are some ideas of how to use yellow in your decor.
Yellow walls really make these black pleated shades from Hunter Douglas pop.
A very warm room with the yellow walls and the warm tones of the wood blinds
Yellow and Grey together is a very popular choice in home decor these days, and while I don't necessarily love yellow, I do love grey, and I really like the two together.
I love this idea! So fun! (photo source)