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The Best Window Treatments for a Dining Room

Posted: Monday, July 22nd, 2019 | Filed under: interior design, Interior Window Treatments, Types of window treatments
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Dining Room Window TreatmentsDining rooms keep changing since we were younger. What was once a gathering of nightly family meals is now one of the most unused rooms in the house. Kitchens and living rooms stole the title of the “dining area,” leaving the dining room abandoned until you have company during holidays or other special occasions. You may not use this room often, but you don’t want to cheap out on the dining room and leave your guests unimpressed. Instead, you want your company to see your dining room as a casual place, with some elegance and class.

The best way to show off your dining room involves installing window treatments. These new additions will create the atmosphere you crave while bringing the entire room together. Here are our suggestions for the best dining room window treatments. Read more »

Picking A Window Treatment For Your Nursery

Posted: Thursday, November 8th, 2018 | Filed under: blackout shades, Color Design, Nursery Window Treatments
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Nursery WindowsCongratulations, you’re pregnant! In just a few short months, a beautiful baby girl or boy will enter your life, which means you have to start planning for the nursery. Picking the wall color, furniture, and baby tables are a must but don’t forget about picking your window treatments! You’ll need something safe, affordable, durable, and, of course, attractive. Needless to say, you’ll need to think carefully before making a commitment. Let the experts at Shading Systems take a load off with this helpful guide to choosing window treatments for a nursery.
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How to Choose Window Treatments

Posted: Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 | Filed under: Types of window treatments, Window Treatment Styles
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Choosing Window TreatmentsDeciding on window treatments for your home can be challenging. There are so many different windows, so many different shapes, so many different styles and types of window treatments: your options are nearly endless. If you’re redecorating or remodeling your home, think about different types of window treatments available. Also, what type of home do you have: Modern, contemporary, country, etc.? All of these things play in when it comes down to choosing the right window treatment for your home.

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What Are The Best Window Treatments for Nautical Style?

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Nautical ShadesDo you want a window treatment style that can truly bring life to your beach or lake house? If so, then look no further than the popular nautical style window treatment.  Nautical style can emphasize bold stripes, anchors, weathered wood, and a classic red, white, and blue color palette. Nautical design style remains timeless as it provides a relaxed atmosphere associated with the sight, smell, and sounds of the ocean. Our expert designs at Shading Systems will show you how to bring a nautical feel into your home.  Options for you are endless, allowing homeowners to personalize their stripes, natural woods, and nautical accents. Read more »

The Most Durable Material for Window Treatments

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Window Treatment MaterialAre you looking to update your faded, stained, or ripped window treatments? Whether you are selecting window treatments that are child safe, withstand high traffic, block harsh sunlight or minimize pet dander, selecting a durable material is essential. It can pose difficulty for homeowners to find a window treatment that can reflect the architecture of the space and interior design style, all while withstanding the test of wear and tear. The experts at Shading Systems can best advise the most durable material to ensure your window treatments are both decorative and functional.

Start by evaluating your design space. Is it a high traffic flow area such as an entryway or family room? What type of curtain would be best suited for both your window height, wall space and furniture placement?
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