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How you dress your windows creates ambiance and establishes mood in your room. Whether simple or ornate, contemporary or traditional, window treatments are ideal for tying together various elements of a room with texture, color, and design.
First, determine whether you want your windows to serve as a subtle accent to complement other room features, or assume front-and-center billing. Do you have narrow windows? A well-designed treatment can create a wider, fuller appearance. Windows too high? The right treatment can level that problem as well.
Windows wear disguises well. And like an evening at the opera, they’re supposed to be dressed up.
Contact us to help determine the best window treatments for you.
Horizontal blinds are available in varying slat widths and can be installed on most window openings. The latest trend in blind width is the 2″ blind that gives the appearance of plantation shutters.
Horizontal blinds can be constructed of aluminum, vinyl, wood or other synthetic materials made to look like real wood. Vertical blinds are a contemporary alternative to draperies. A main benefit of vertical blinds is that they will cover/accommodate the largest of windows. Vertical blinds are manufactured from PVC, fabric, and wood.
Draperies can help complete any room. They are custom made from various fabrics and typically feature decorative headings and/or hardware. J.R. McDade offers a variety of fabrics, linings, headings, widths and fullness options.
Specialty shading systems are made of fabric material and are available in various styles, textures and colors. These coverings are generally thought of to be more decorative then other products. The latest trend in specialty shades is the Silhouette and the Luminette products by Hunter Douglas. We also offer vignette, pleated, and honeycomb shades.
Shutters & Tableauxs
The plantation shutters have an enduring quality that is traditional yet sophisticated. Providing your home with privacy and thermal comfort, whether you select wood or composite, shades of white or stained, even a custom color to compliment your home décor. Shutters can be combined with Tableaux, a faux iron motif that has the look and feel of wrought iron but light enough for suspended ceiling applications. The Tableaux has unlimited designs and many colors for adding a unique look to your window or door just by itself.