Going Green

By Tiffany H.

In this day and age a lot of focus is set on the conservation of the environment, as well as conserving our expendable funds. So as a top manufacture of the blinds and shades industry we want to keep up with the new and up coming trends, therefore we offer a wide variety of Eco-friendly products.

The Dos and Don’ts of Honeycombs

By Gina G.

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Cellular shades are great options for a wide range of window treatment needs, especially those needing insulation.  Here are some basic dos and don’ts for you if you’re considering cellular or honeycomb shades for your space.

Earth Tones: Outside In!

By Gina G.

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One of my favorite color palettes is earth tone.  I love utilizing the colors we find outside in nature to decorate the insides of homes.  I especially appreciate the contrast that earth tones allow.  In particular, I enjoy contrasting greens, reds, and browns.  For instance, having light colored greens contrasting deep, dark browns with accenting reds, or any combination of this really can bring a relaxing warmth to any room.

One Room’s Trash is Another’s Treasure

By Gina G.

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Have old window treatments that you’re not sure what to do with?  Here are a few tips that can help.  If you are looking to reuse your current shades, here are some ideas. 

Have your friends go “green” with envy while you stay eco-friendly!

By: Sarah B.

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Bamboo is a great way to decorate your home while still being eco-friendly. Most materials such as wood or fabric take time to grow or create. However, bamboo is one of the quickest growing plants on the planet. Within a day if the bamboo is cut it will grow back within only a few hours. Even if the plant is cut from the root it will grow back right where it was making it ideal because it doesn’t need to be replanted each season. Also, bamboo releases oxygen after absorbing greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide so it can also help in having cleaner air within the home.