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Roman Shades are an Affordable and Versatile Way to Enhance Your Windows

By | October 26th, 2016|Our Blog, Uncategorized|

Roman shades offer some of the most versatile pieces that can make your windows look effortlessly beautiful. Functional and stylish, these window dressings not only make great focal points when incorporating designs around your home, but they are also inexpensive and easy to obtain. What kinds of Roman shades are the most affordable and expensive [...]

Increase Privacy and Reduce Interior Sun Glare with Window Tinting

By | October 3rd, 2016|Our Blog, Uncategorized|

Your home should be your sanctuary. Not only should it protect you from too much sun, it should also provide privacy. Shades and blinds can help you do this, but another option is window tinting. Window tinting is the simple process of bonding a thin sheet of film in the inside surface of a window [...]

Care Tips for Vertical Wood Blinds to Maintain Long-Lasting Beauty

By | September 8th, 2016|Our Blog, Uncategorized|

Wooden blinds are wonderful. They add a natural, organic touch to any space, making it feel richer and warmer. But when it comes to caring for them, you may need to take some extra steps to ensure they look great well into the future. Step One: Is it Real Wood? The first thing you need [...]

Why Awnings Never Go Out of Style

By | June 15th, 2016|Our Blog, Uncategorized|

Awnings have been a valuable tool used by humans since the dawn of civilization. They have protected us from sunburn, rain, and oppressive temperatures. There is no need to worry about awnings ever going out of style for a variety of reasons, namely that they can be as attractive as they are functional. Here at [...]

How Shutters Can Match Southern California Home Design

By | May 13th, 2016|Our Blog, Uncategorized|

Southern California home design is known for its open spaces and light, airy rooms.  A true marriage of indoors and outdoors, Southern California homes are known for blurring the lines of what’s in the open air and what’s confined by walls.  Moving in new directions, home design in this area has moved away from formal [...]

Which Material to Choose for Blinds – Metal, Wood, Cloth, or Synthetic?

By | April 22nd, 2016|Our Blog, Uncategorized|

A lovely, cool space in your home can be created while simultaneously enhancing your decoration style by adding a quality set of blinds. Versatile for allowing sunlight in or creating shade, blinds not only control temperature and lighting, but can also increase privacy when desired. There are many materials from which blinds can be made: [...]

How to Shade Your Backyard with Awnings

By | April 8th, 2016|Our Blog, Uncategorized|

A backyard can be a wonderful space to relax and enjoy nature. However, too much sun can ruin the fun! Whether creating a nice area to eat, lounge, or relax outdoors, shade is the key to a comfortable outdoor space. Awnings are the solution to making a space where children can play outdoors without getting [...]

Laminated Glass provides Security and Privacy

By | March 25th, 2016|Our Blog, Uncategorized|

Laminates Can Make Your Home More Private And Secure When you are designing a security strategy for your home, the first element you need to consider is your windows. Windows need to be durable and difficult to gain entry into, without depriving you of the visibility and look that you want them to provide you. [...]

How to Match your Window Shades To Your Design

By | March 11th, 2016|Our Blog, Uncategorized|

Match Window Shades to your Room’s Design When you want your home interior to be warm, welcoming to guests, and functional, it needs an overall design scheme that matches your personality as well as the purpose of each room. A bedroom in which a married couple sleep and a dining room that sometimes hosts business contacts [...]

Asian Influence On California Home Décor

By | February 26th, 2016|Our Blog, Uncategorized|

When we talk about Asian influence in design, we are really talking about some very specific parts of Asia. Probably few people, unless they happen to be Tibetan or Burmese, plan a home in the style of Tibet or Myanmar – not because there’s anything unpleasant about house design in those countries, but because it [...]