The blinds or curtains that the homeowner chooses can make or break the whole decorative theme of a room. While the local department store or online shop may have a variety of options for one’s window draping needs, there really is nothing like a custom pair of window fixtures. Framing the room, the decor that is placed on the window plays a big part in the entire interior decorative theme.
The Blind Gallery is an online shop that offers the consumer the ability to completely customize his or her window draping.
Types of Window Fixtures
Gone are the days of just curtains and here we are in the world of modern interior decoration. There are so many options for how to dress the windows. Here are a few of my favorite picks for window decor:
- Wooden Shutters
- Fabric Shutters
- Classic curtains
These are just some of many different ways to outfit one’s windows. At The Blind Gallery, window dressing professionals help the customer to decide on exactly which choice is best. These professionals are trained in interior decoration, customer service, and the ins and outs of window fixtures.
Blinds are one of the most classic and elegant options for windows. The Blind Gallery has the best blinds in the Philadelphia area, often equipped with window darkening features to ensure the soundest of sleep in your bedroom. Thicker blinds can be used in regions where temperatures drop, in order to help insulate heat. These thicker fabric blinds can also be used in any room of the house wherein there are very valuable furniture pieces or art pieces. Light can naturally degrade the quality of upholstery, as well as that of fine art paintings or sculptures. These aforementioned items should be shielded from bright light with proper blind outfittings.
Shutters are another beautiful way to frame the interior of a window. Our shutters offer a refined look to the room, especially when in the form of wood or metal. These types of window outfitting also offer the consumer the ability to make very careful changes to the amount of light entering the room, since there are such small spaces between each shutter. They are ideal for protecting valuables from excessive light and also offer privacy when tilted in the proper direction. Shutters require careful care with wood polish and frequent dusting.
Contact us today, and see how we can transform the look of your home!