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Enjoy more style, warmth, and savings this season

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This is the newest article written by Sally Morse, Director of Creative Services for Hunter Douglas. For more on Sally, visit her column here: http://www.hunterdouglas.com/design-trends.jsp

Promises, promises: Every year as the days get shorter and the temperatures start to drop, we vow to make our homes warmer and cozier. Increasingly, we're also looking for ways to do that while lowering our heating needs, as rising energy costs are affecting everyone's pocketbook!

To me, a cozy room is synonymous with a stylish room, an inviting place where I want to relax and entertain family and friends. And few things instantly transform a room with style like the just-right window fashion. You'll not only find that perfect window fashion at Hunter Douglas, you'll find highly energy-efficient products. In fact, Hunter Douglas window fashions are an extremely effective way to conserve energy at the window. Not only do their insulating qualities help to keep rooms warmer in the wi…

Fall Rebate Sale

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I love fall, for many reasons, but one of them is the great rebates Hunter Douglas always offers for the Fall Promotion. Fall is the time everyone is starting to gear up and get there homes beautified (is that a word?) for the upcoming holiday season, therefore it is also the time Hunter Douglas offers the best rebates of the year. As well as some free upgrades!


Along with the great rebates, fall is also the time to focus on child safety throughout the home, and with doing so, Hunter Douglas is offering free upgrades to the most child safe lifting systems, so in addition to the great rebates being offered, you can also receive free LiteRise® cordless system, or Ultraglide® retractable on select products for a limited time. Call us for more information, and definitely don't hesitate to take advantage of these savings!

Covering odd shaped windows in Salt Lake City, Utah (2 of 2)

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Continuing on with even more specialty shapes and design challenges with hard to cover windows:

French Doors:



French doors are distinguishable because both sides open as opposed to only one. While virtually any Hunter Douglas window fashion can be outfitted for French doors, keep in mind that they are typically mounted "outside" of the opening (beyond the glass frame), which may require the use of extension brackets or spacer blocks for proper handle clearance. Regardless of which product you choose, you'll enjoy a beautiful look and greater lighting control and energy efficiency.

Cut-outs:



Cut-outs provide on opportunity to cover windows with unique architectural elements and are suggested for clearance around obstructions such as door handles, window cranks and levers on operable windows. Creating a truly customized look, many Hunter Douglas window fashions are available in a variety of cut-out shapes, including bottom side, center and even headrail cut-outs.

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