You probably remember trips to your grandmother’s home over the years. You may still visit your grandmother in her home. You probably have observed one or more of the following related to her décor plans:
If you are tired of the full drapery “look,” not to mention the dry cleaning bills every year, the taking down and the re-hanging, then perhaps you are ready for something “cleaner” looking in window treatments. Perhaps you are ready to consider window shades!
We all have ideas about the “look” we are trying to achieve in decorating any room of our house; we have scoured magazines, visited showrooms and websites for ideas; we have color schemes in mind; we certainly have preferences for style – traditional, European, contemporary, etc. The issue becomes one of pulling everything together to…Details
St. Louis has experienced one of the harshest winters in a long time. Lots of rain, snow and wind created a grimy film on your windows that actually made the rooms in your home appear darker because less natural light could pass through. And inside the story isn’t much better. Everything from dust to kitchen…Details
Formerly, shutters were considered rather “old-fashioned” and typical of colonial-style décor. Traditional maple-toned shutters adorned windows that looked upon rooms with cute maple tables and captain chairs, colonially-upholstered furniture, and maple-toned picture frames embracing landscapes. The shutters covered all or half of the window and folded in and out on hinges. Most did not have…Details