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A sunny balcony with an awning, outdoor furniture, and a mountain view.

Installing the right patio shades is essential in transforming your patio into a comfortable, year-round haven for relaxation and entertainment. And achieving this vision without breaking the bank can be a real challenge.

Follow along as we show how to transform your outdoor space with 6 affordable patio shade options.

3D rendering of arched windows.

Arched windows are architectural gems.

They’re also an architectural nuisance if you can’t find the right window treatments.

No one wants an uncovered eye-level window, but so many coverings detract from that graceful arched form. What’s a homeowner to do?

A bay window in a living room with flowers and a book.
Bay windows are architectural gems that open a room to the outdoors. Like any gem, they need a great setting to truly shine. Many standard window treatments don’t do bay windows justice. They can’t fit the angles and curves of these convex creations, or they block too much natural light....
A sun room with hardwood floors and a window.
Many homeowners use sunrooms for entertaining guests. Their open atmosphere makes them a natural gathering place. That said, too much bright sun is a problem, even in a room designed for it. Plus, you may not enjoy the fishbowl effect of windows on three sides, presenting your neighbors with a...
A kitchen with blue cabinets and wooden stools.
On today’s menu are new window treatments to replace the drab curtains in your kitchen. Kitchens come with window treatment baggage. They’re hot, high-humidity areas where grease can also be a problem. Any covering should be easy to clean and moisture-resistant, but that doesn’t mean you have to compromise on...
A child's room with a crib and a teddy bear.
Few things are more exciting than bringing a new baby into your home. New blinds are exciting, too, and there’s no reason you can’t have both. Not all window treatments work well in a nursery. Corded blinds aren’t the best choice for the room you’re busy decorating with kiddie decals....
A woman sitting at a desk with a cat looking out the window.
Congrats! You landed that remote work position you’ve been bucking for all these years. No more traffic snarls or 90-minute commutes to the office, where you’ll be chained to a cubicle until it’s time to catch the 5:30 traffic jam home. You’re a free person! Now you can pretend to...
A white washing machine in a white room.

When we consider home decor, the laundry room gets overlooked. It’s obvious why — it’s a place for dirty clothes and cleaning supplies, not hosting guests.

However, with the right approach, your laundry room can become a beautiful and inviting space, making cleaning seem like less of a chore.

A white bathroom with wooden floors and shutters.
When selecting shades for your home, it is essential to consider style, aesthetics, and durability. Some areas in your home will require window treatments that can withstand the test of time and use. Deciding on the right shades necessitates understanding the specific requirements of each room and then picking one...
A white bathroom with plantation shutters and a bathtub.
Bathrooms are the red-headed stepchild of window treatments. No one considers them until the neglect becomes too obvious to ignore. You step out of the warm glow of your living room (with brand-new Hunter Douglas woven shades) into the strictly utilitarian and somewhat industrial lavatory, and it’s like finding yourself...
A view of a window with blinds on it.
Choosing the right shades for your child’s room can be challenging. So many options are available on the market, but not all are right for a kids’ bedroom. You need to find the right balance between form and function while being easy to clean for those days when your child...