Why Hire a Decorator

The average women has probably bought lots of pairs of shoes in her life, but how many sofas…maybe two? The shoes can go in the trash and move on, but a sofa is something you will live with for years. It just makes sense to get professional advice before making that purchase and many other home interior purchases. It very well could save you money in the long run or make sure you love the kitchen remodel you spent thousands of dollars on. [Read more…]

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Energy Efficient Window Blinds from Hunter Douglas

 

 

As the weather gets colder here in Massachusetts, heating bills go up. With most families remote learning and working from home, evaluating your home’s energy consumption is more important than ever. As you look for ways to reduce your heating expenses, don’t forget about your window treatments. Windows and doors are the most common sources of heat escape. By upgrading to energy efficient window blinds from Hunter Douglas, you can improve functionality and save money. Here are a few products to consider. [Read more…]

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11 Latest Curtain and Window Treatment Trends for 2021

  1. Embrace minimalism
  2. Use color freely
  3. Use what you’ve got
  4. Enhance your home workspace
  5. Double up
  6. Maximize natural light with sheer curtains
  7. Use blinds and shades for privacy
  8. Get comfortable
  9. Use smart home technology
  10. Go retro with floral and botanical prints
  11. Add fun touches
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5 Ways to Clean Window Blinds

Spring is coming! Well, not quite,… but we’re looking forward to warming days and thinking ahead. As you look forward to Spring cleaning, don’t forget your window treatments. Here are a few ways to clean window blinds using existing supplies in your home. [Read more…]

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Energy Efficient Window Blinds from Hunter Douglas

As the weather gets colder here in Massachusetts, heating bills go up. With most families remote learning and working from home, evaluating your home’s energy consumption is more important than ever. As you look for ways to reduce your heating expenses, don’t forget about your window treatments. Windows and doors are the most common sources of heat escape. By upgrading to energy efficient window blinds from Hunter Douglas, you can improve functionality and save money. Here are a few products to consider. [Read more…]

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Cleaning Tips for Fabric Shades

Cleaning Tips for fabric shades

Fabric shades are a nice alternative to plastic or metal window treatments. The use of fabric instantly adds warmth and texture. It’s important to clean your shades regularly to keep them looking beautiful and new. Here are a few cleaning tips for fabric shades. [Read more…]

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Window Treatments for Remote Learning Spaces

Many schools in Massachusetts are starting off with remote learning or a hybrid model this year. With so many potential distractions at home, it’s especially important to create a comfortable and dedicated learning space for your kids. In addition to a spacious desk and comfy chair, you may want to think about the window treatments for remote learning rooms. [Read more…]

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Improve Productivity with Window Treatments for Home Offices

Working from home has its challenges. Between the dog and the kids, there is always someone needing your help or attention. There are also environmental factors that can impact productivity, such as the location, sounds, and lighting around your workspace. We’ve learned very quickly in our own homes that window treatments are very important when working from home. Here’s how window treatments improve productivity in home offices. [Read more…]

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Installing Roller Shades for Window Treatments

Installing Roller Shades

Roller shades are a popular alternative for window treatments for their clean and modern look. They are available in various materials, colors and patterns to fit your specific needs. Here are some tips on installing roller shades for window treatments. [Read more…]

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Why You Shouldn’t Purchase Blinds from the Hardware Store

If you need new blinds, your first thought may be to walk into your local hardware store and purchase them off the rack. This could be a big mistake. Here are a few reasons why you shouldn’t purchase blinds from the hardware store. [Read more…]

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