window-blinds

Window Fashion Blinds

The right window coverings set the mood and tone of the room. To get a perfectly coordinated look, you want the latest styles, trends, shapes, and materials at your fingertips. At Interiors & Textiles, we take window coverings seriously and look at window fashion design as one of the most important elements of a well-coordinated home.

At our showroom, you’ll find many different types of blinds to choose from, including:

  • Vertical blinds – which complement many window shapes and add height to a room. Vertical blinds now come in a range of styles with features that allow them to be opened and closed like drapery while delivering excellent light control and privacy. The benefits of vertical blinds: easy to clean, a contemporary alternative or complement to drapes, and excellent light control.
  • Horizontal blinds – the most widely used window treatment available, horizontal blinds can be raised and lowered with the simple pull of a cord. Their sleek design and wide range of colors and styles makes them the perfect choice for many rooms. The benefits of horizontal blinds: great light control, selection of colors and styles, durability.
  • Wood blinds – similar in construction and operation to horizontal blinds, wood blinds offer a warm and natural look as well as being a natural insulator. The benefit of wood blinds: excellent energy efficiency, blends well with traditional or contemporary styles, economical.
  • Hunter Douglas blinds – many believe that Hunter Douglas blinds set the gold standard in quality. They offer maximum viewing when open and optimal privacy when closed. Hunter Douglas blinds are made from premium hardwoods, durable polymers, and versatile aluminum and come in vertical and horizontal configurations.

Choosing Blinds to Complement Your Home’s Style and Function

Selecting the right blinds for your windows can be a challenge because there are so many factors to consider:

  • the size, position, and shape of the windows
  • the style and color of the room
  • your lifestyle and budget
  • the features and functions of the blinds

Choosing the right blinds, however, establishes a level of comfort when you are in the process of pulling together the desired look of the room with a relatively affordable investment. Blinds are also a great way to improve the energy efficiency of a room – allowing in warm sunlight in colder winter months and blocking unwanted heat in the warmer months.

Whether you’re building a new home or redesigning an existing one, you want the look of your windows to be just right. Call 650.493.1700 for an appointment with one of our designers, and visit our showroom in Palo Alto, California to see a range of window covering options and blinds.

 

 

 

  • Hunter Douglas AppHaving trouble visualizing the new look of your windows? Try The Art of Window Dressing App from Hunter Douglas, available free from the Apple App Store. Browse from a wide selection of room photography for great design ideas, or upload your own room photographs and overlay a wide range of Hunter Douglas products to get that perfect style match.
  • Hunter Douglas BlindsWe proudly carry Hunter Douglas Blinds, which offer the industry’s largest selection of blinds made of genuine hardwoods, aluminum, vinyl and fabrics. Hunter Douglas blinds set the gold standard of quality -- offering maximum view-through when opened, and optimal privacy when closed. Hunter Douglas horizontal blinds are ideal for windows that are taller than they are wide. You can choose blinds made from premium hardwoods, durable polymers or versatile aluminum. Hunter Douglas vertical blinds are well suited for windows that are wider than they are tall and slide from side to side. Our selection includes blinds made from sheer, woven and room darkening fabrics, as well as from vinyl, faux wood, genuine wood and aluminum. Skyline® Gliding Window Panels With clean lines and a sleek contemporary look, Skyline Gliding Window Panels offer the perfect sliding window panel solution for both large and small window expanses.