Things to consider…

  • Light & Privacy: Do you want bright & airy or more privacy? 
  • Your Budget: Are you outfitting one window or an entire house? You may consider spending more on certain windows and scaling back on others.
  • Safety: If there are young kids in the house, consider opting for a cordless style.

Blinds are usually made from wood, metal or a composite material. Classic wood blinds offer different hues to suit your style but consider the moisture level of the room; they may not be suitable for bathrooms and kitchens.

Shades are generally fabric-based, giving a room a softer feel. Honeycomb Shades come in sheer all the way to blackout so you control the amount of light allowed through. They offer great insulating qualities that maximizes efficiency.

Shutters are available in a versatile selection from wood to hybrid materials and offer a traditional elegance that transforms ordinary windows into amazing interior highlights. Consider plantation shutters which enhance the beauty of any room and are becoming increasingly popular as they add great value to your home both aesthetically and are energy efficient as they fit tightly within window frames.

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Troy Gardner
(573) 690-1095