Customer Issue: This customer’s tall windows and glass sliding doors needed a more suitable covering so they could shine in all their glory.
Our Solution: In order to accentuate Ms. Jackson’s tall windows as well as the room’s aesthetic, we suggested installing vertical blinds. The customer loved the idea of her being able to easily control both her privacy and the sunlight entering her living room! We custom made the blinds in a color that matched the colors of Ms. Jackson’s furnishings and returned to complete the installation a few days later.
Customer Issue: Ms. Bagun favored darker indoor environments, and ordered blackout curtains for her living room windows and balcony sliding door.
Our Solution: The team prepared three sheets of half-pleated blackout fabric and fitted them to curtain poles sized for the windows and door. When it came time for installation, the blackout curtains went onto the poles with standard plastic hooks, and then we locked the poles into place over the apertures.
Blinds For Sliding Doors
Customer Issue: Dr. West wanted to put a window treatment on the glass sliding door of his office’s little balcony.
Our Solution: A sheet of hanging Venetian blinds made extra wide to fit the balcony door and its adjacent window panels fit the customer’s needs. Thirty slats, some cord work, and a pair of drawstrings transformed the office and balcony as desired. The sliding door blinds added décor to the room and allowed Dr. West to completely close the window off for privacy when needed.
Motorized Roman Shades
Customer Issue: Motorized Roman Shades combine beauty, class, and convenience. So, the customer wanted some.
Our Solution: The crafting team embroidered the requested stellar design in white and gold cloth into the black velvet fabric, and corded it into collapsible pleats. Connected to a remote controlled opener and installed with a lighter colored valence, these motorized Roman shades pleased the customer.