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Window Treatments that Work Well in Offices and Commercial Buildings

Posted: Saturday, March 15th, 2014 | Filed under: commercial window treatments, floor to ceiling windows, window treatments
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Whether you are a small business owner moving into a new space, or a mid-sized business owner who is considering redesigning their office space, choosing window treatments for an office setting can be a challenge.  Design professionals who have an extensive background in office and commercial design will be able to determine what is best for your space from both a functional and a decorative perspective.

Some of the questions that a professional commercial decorator will ask you may include: Read more »

Office Window Treatments

Posted: Thursday, August 25th, 2011 | Filed under: commercial window treatments, Green shading, modern window treatments, natural light
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Taking time to choose the perfect blinds for your office windows will really help make a difference in the work atmosphere. Take the time to learn about your different options for window shades and what would work best for your office. Most likely, you want enough light to enter the room, but don’t want it to be excessive. There are a lot of other concepts to consider too, for example: which floor is your office windows located, which time of the day does the sun hit the hardest?, and so on and so forth.

Your window treatments can really say a lot in terms of your business and how you work. Although you want enough light to enter, it shouldn’t be distracting or cause a glare. Folding shades, or Roman shades are simple and can be adjusted based on the location of the sun. Employees can choose to open or close when they need or keep them open/closed at all times.

Curtains added as window treatments can help make a bold statement and can access the décor in the room. Depending on your type of business or message you’re trying to send, what area you’re located in (NYC: Upper East Side, Manhattan or other surrounding areas), curtains can also be an option. Drapery systems make great solutions and you can even add motorized shading systems as well.

Be sure not to create a dark feel where employees (or even yourself) have a difficult time concentrating. Natural sunlight is important and shouldn’t be hidden by office window treatments. Consider speaking with a professional to discuss these and other options for your office window treatments. You can always explore all different types of shades, from roller to drapery to skylight, in all different colors, fabrics and thicknesses. A great way to express your business is through window treatments!