These days, many Window Treats customers want to move away from heavy fabrics or aluminum at their windows and instead want to bring in a more natural look. And why not? Here in Middletown, New Jersey, it’s great to bring a sense of the outdoors in. One way to do that is with Provenance® woven wood shades by Hunter Douglas. [Read more…]
For years, Window Treats customers here in New Jersey have loved the vast selection of window fashions that Hunter Douglas offers. With numerous colors, fabrics, and styles to choose from, there’s a window treatment to fit any décor and any home. And Hunter Douglas continues to produce new options, including their new Sonnette™ cellular roller shades. To see this or any other Hunter Douglas option in person, speak with a trained specialist today. [Read more…]
Durability and ease of maintenance are sometimes the most important factors people are looking for with new window treatments. While style and beauty are always important, some rooms in your house need the most practical window treatments. High traffic areas such as kid’s rooms, laundry rooms, mud rooms and garages are great examples of areas where practicality is more important than style. It may be tempting to simply order some blinds online and hope for the best. You’ll pay less, for sure, but you’ll likely end up spending more in the long run. Here at Window Treats, serving New Jersey and New York, we carry a wide variety of durable window treatments. [Read more…]
A homeowner in Colts Neck, NJ, along with her designer Sura Malaga, had a vision of a beautiful window treatment. Sura designed and created a design for the window treatments, and then called on Window Treats Inc. to help with implementing her vision.
During the initial design consultation, the client had two distinctive rooms they wanted assistance with.
Foyer – The windows are very tall and narrow. They wanted to keep the view, but wanted to filter the light entering the room.
Great Room – They wanted something spectacular with old world charm for the triple story windows, but they didn’t want to obscure the view of the river and pool in the backyard. However, in the late afternoon, they wanted to block out the heat and protect their furniture and carpets.