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Finding Window Treatments To Match Your Carpeting

Posted: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 | Filed under: Interior Decorating, interior design, window treatments
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Matching Shades and CarpetsMatching your window treatments to your carpeting has been a long-time home design tradition. For the past two decades or so, this ‘rule’ had fallen out of favor, with many homeowner opting to instead contrast their flooring or window treatments to make the room pop. Now, however, more and more home designers are calling back to this rule, as it brings a stylistic uniformity to the room and brings everything together! Here are a few tips and tricks to matching your window treatments to your carpeting, without it coming off too over-the-top.
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Best 2019 Summer Window Treatments

Posted: Friday, June 7th, 2019 | Filed under: Summer Window Treatments, Window Treatment Styles, Window Treatment Trends
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Summer Windows
Summer is the time to relax from all the stresses of work and life. It’s the perfect time to kick back with some friends, enjoy the warm weather, and even finish up some remodeling around the house, specifically your window treatments. Some updated summer window treatments can help increase privacy and even help you save money on your monthly cooling bill.

Now comes the difficult part – which summer window treatments should you install into your house? Don’t worry; Shading Systems has all the juicy details on this season’s most popular window treatments. Here are a few of the best summer window treatments that you need to try this year!
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Fresh & Beautiful Kitchen Window Treatments

Posted: Friday, April 12th, 2019 | Filed under: Kitchen Window Treatments, Roman shades, Solar Shades, Woven Wood Shades
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fresh-kitchen-window-treatmentsWhether you’re looking for a complete kitchen remodel or to give your kitchen a fresh look, you cannot ignore those windows! The perfect window treatment can separate ordinary rooms from beautiful rooms because they tie in colors and upholstery to create a cohesive design. Moreover, window treatments can give your kitchen a polished look while adding some extra flair.

So what are some of the best window treatments to consider installing when remodeling your kitchen? Having helped countless homeowners design their dream kitchens, we’ve compiled some of our favorite kitchen window treatments that you can add into your own kitchen’s aesthetic.
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Pet Friendly Window Treatments

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Cat By WindowHave you ever tried to Google the words “pets” and “blinds”? If so, you have probably seen countless images of cats clawing blinds and dogs destroying other window treatments. While some may find this amusing, this can be a real nightmare for homeowners. You may not even consider purchasing shades or blinds if they cannot stand up to your pets. After all, what is the point of having a nice custom window treatment if your furry friend is going to destroy it in a matter of seconds?

You may question whether or not you will ever be able to own nice things. Luckily, pet owners have many options available. Consider these window treatments when attempting to pet-proof your home.
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Retro Style Treatments for your Space

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Retro Window TreatmentsFor 2016, the term Retro Tech is bringing it back as an interior design trend to watch. Similar to domestic tech from the 1960’s the newest technology is created to seamlessly fit in with the furniture of the 1950’s and 1960’s eras. The term “retro” is a reference to any decor of decades past, but more than 20 to 30 years old can be considered vintage. Retro now very much on the rise again, is associated to reflect the designs from 1950’s, 60’s, and 70’s. The mid-1900s having produced some of the most iconic pieces in modern design materials like molded plastic, plywood, and aluminum in industrial design. For that you can credit designers from Saarinen, Niemeyer, Eames, Noguchi, Jacobsen to name a few. Retro style can be characterized typically by refined lines, minimalist silhouettes, and natural shapes.
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