Faux Wood Blinds
Customer Issue: This customer’s curtains didn’t control sunlight exposure very well.
Our Solution: We decided the curtains should stay because they looked charming. We felt that faux wood blinds would meet Mr. Braun’s requirements while adding even more style to his home. Once Mr. Brown chose the stain that matched that of his woodwork, we measured everything and were on our way. We returned as soon as the blinds were custom made and installed them in no time at all.
Customer Issue: Mrs. Daly wanted the best possible sunlight protection for her bedroom window.
Our Solution: Our team made a set of external, synthetic blackout blinds with interlocking panels, and installed them with a hand-drawn revolving belt. The customer can let in any amount of light now, including none at all when the blinds are at complete rest and the panels overlap.
Cordless Roman Shades
Customer Issue: The customers wanted their new house looking spectacular without creating risks for their coming child.
Our Solution: White satin held in folded pleats by a pair of hidden cords formed the main body of these cordless Roman shades. Add some lace trim to the bottom and some black embroidery along each pleat, and install with a cordless opening mechanism, and the child-proof shading product was ready. The customer was very satisfied with the results.
Motorized Roller Shades
Customer Issue: Mrs. Bel ordered three automatic roller shade systems for her office suite.
Our Solution: Our team made all three motorized roller shades out of fitted cotton fabric. Two in pale yellow for the waiting room, and one in purple for the office window itself. All three got matching automatic rollers, synced to the same remote control handset. We ran several tests before leaving, to make sure the motorized shades moved with no issues whatsoever.