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October is National Window Covering Safety Month.
Hunter Douglas takes the safety of children very seriously and have developed and improved their products to be as safe as possible for homes with children and pets.
As babies grow, so does their curiosity with the world around
them. Basic household items, including window coverings, can
turn into potential hazards. Making our window fashions safer
for homes with infants, young children, and pets is a top priority.
As a result, we have developed a wide range of products that
can reduce the risk of accidents.
Our window fashions, designed with safety in mind, are also
a beautiful addition to your home’s décor. Choose from an
abundant array of fabrics and colors that complement current
trends, yet are versatile enough to carry a child’s room from
nursery to toddler to teen.
With our extensive selection of contemporary styles, you’re
sure to find the perfect choice for every room in your home.
From cordless lifting systems to powerise options, there are a large variety of options and products that can work well to make the blinds and shades in home as safe as possible.
In honor of Child Safety month, you can save on free upgrade on popular child safe lifting systems on select Hunter Douglas products from September 15-October 31st.
Free Literise cordless lifting system on the following:
-Duette Architella honeycomb shades
-Silhouette window shades
-Vignette Tiered Modern Roman shades
Or Free Ultraglide lifting system on Duette Architella Honeycomb shades.
Continuing on with even more specialty shapes and design challenges with hard to cover windows:
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 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.
This has been one of the most popular posts, so I'm updating it and publishing it again. If you need help with ideas for sliding glass doors, or want to see any of these options in person, please contact us, we would love to help.
I get asked constantly from clients how to cover sliding glass doors. There are actually a lot of options...
There is the standard go-to of vertical blinds, which work really well for sliding glass doors. You can tilt the vanes as well as draw them open.
But I must admit, when my clients ask the question it is usually, "What is there to cover a sliding glass door besides the typical vertical blinds?" So... I thought I would show you all some different options.
If you want a more modern look to the vertical blind. There are the Skyline gliding panels. I must say these are really cool. They traverse back and forth, but don't tilt open like standard vertical blinds. They are available in many different fabrics and screen shades depending on…
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 other hues get all the attention.…