Architectural details in homes are a HUGE selling point. Windows especially, as they provide natural light, great views, and a connection to the outside. Builders and real estate professionals alike know this. So when you purchased your home, you may have been wooed by wonderful windows, with a view to the backyard of your manicured lawn and a swing set for the kids. Or maybe you were sold on a beautiful bay window with a charming window seat for reading books on a rainy day?
Fast-foward to today, and every morning while fixing your morning coffee, a laser beam of light blinds you through the sliding doors to your deck. Those sliding doors provide easy access for backyard parties, but this is not exactly how you prefer to wake up in the morning (I definitely know about the laser beam from experience!). But how do you add window treatments to your home’s most difficult to cover windows?
We are excited to announce a new series with window treatment ideas for some of the most difficult areas of your home.
Starting next Monday and running all week long, join us for our Successful Solutions Series, showing you what we’ve used for these tough to cover windows and glass doors! We’ll include photos of some of our favorite installations, and even a few bonus home decorating ideas for your living spaces.
Here are links to all our Successful Solutions! We’ll continue adding links as the weeks goes on!
Let us know if you have windows that you just can’t figure out a solution for, and we’d love to include tips in our series.
Can’t wait to see you on Monday!