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Levolor Cellular Shades- See Insulating Shades In A New Light

r December 13, 2012 | B Seasonal Trends, Solving Design Problems

As Winter approaches, Martha Stewart is telling us to winterize our gardens, but why not winterize our windows too? It’s just as important to keep your family and pets protected from the cold as it is your begonias. 10 to 20 percent of your home’s heating and cooling costs can be attributed to loss of energy through windows. Levolor Cellular Shades act as a thermal barrier for your windows by trapping air in their honeycomb shaped pockets. Bundle up your windows for winter and you could save you a ton of money! Levolor Cellular Shades are made of soft, durable fabric that is easy to clean and comes in over 80 colors, so it’s sure to match your existing decor….

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Fresh Color Palettes for Holiday Decorating

Were you a little weary pulling out the same old Christmas decorations this year? It may be time to find some fresh holiday colors to liven up the look of your home this season. We love that this dining room maintains a modern black and white palette while splashes of traditional holiday crimson add a festive feel. Many of us deck our halls (and mantles and trees) with decorations that have been passed down from parents and grandparents. The heart of the holiday season is tradition, so we’re bringing you Christmas decor palettes that will blend heirloom decor with new bright-hued treasures for a chic contemporary look.   Dusty Berry Hues Add holiday cheer to a neutral year round porch…

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Order Now to Get Your Blinds by Christmas!

Starting to get RSVPs from holiday party guests, but still haven’t gotten around to ordering new blinds? It’s not too late! Order by December 9th and we’ll have your windows covered in time for Christmas, or your order is on us! Holiday prep can drive even the best of us to our wit’s end, so we want to make this to do list item completely stress free. We’ll have your home looking great in time for eggnog, caroling, and chats by the fire, all you have to do is play the host. Click here to see what products are eligible for guaranteed delivery by Christmas. Get These Top Products by Christmas!   Winterize Your Windows with Cellular Shades – On…

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Blinds.com December Sale! – Winterize your Windows

Did you know: 18-20% of your homes heat loss occurs through windows? For many of us around the country, as temperatures drop, the heating bill starts to climb. We have a wide selection of cutting edge insulating window coverings that will keep your family comfortable and make your house more efficient, so you’ll be sending less cash to the energy company. Insulating cell shades not only block drafts, but they trap air in fabric pockets to prevent heat transfer through the panes of your windows. We know this is the time when you need to bundle up your windows, so we’re giving you savings on insulating cellular shades from all of our major brands during December!   Shop Cellular Shades on Sale…

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Thanksgiving Clean-Up Tips

r November 22, 2012 | B DIY Projects, Home Decor, Seasonal Trends

The Thanksgiving meal is through and all the rest of the family’s snoozing in front of the game, but the battle’s not over yet. You still have to figure out how to get all that food in the fridge and tackle the mountain of dishes before you. We’ve got a few helpful hints to get you through the biggest clean-up of the year.   Scrub-a-dub-dub! If you pulled out the fine china this year, or are just overloaded with dirty dishes, you’ll probably have to do some hand washing. Here’s how to get through it as efficiently as possible: Save water by using a dish tub or filling up the sink instead of running each dish under the faucet. Wash…

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Angry Birds for Thanksgiving? Why not!?

Happy Thanksgiving, friends! From the Blinds.com team to you, we wish you a beautiful day of family, food and fun! We had a great time prepping for our own Thanksgiving festivities with a rousing ‘Canstruction’ of donated food for the Houston Food Bank – Angry Birds style, of course. We’re grateful for YOU! Every day we are honored to have the opportunity to serve you and your family.  Thank you for welcoming us into your home! If you are itching for some Thanksgiving shopping without the annoying lines, we’ve got some great blinds Cyber Shopping Deals and are always here to help. Check out our Facebook fanpage and Twitter for even more top secret deals – saving and looking great…

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Cyber Week Sales on Blinds.com

We’re bringing you big savings just in time for Thanksgiving! To show how thankful we are for our amazingly loyal customers we’re giving you 10% off ALL Blinds.com Brand products. Just use the code: Thanksgiving Because these products carry our name, we go out of our way to make sure that the Blinds.com Brand gives you top quality at the best value. Our brand has a more extensive range of products than any other name brand we carry. No matter what you’re looking for, The Blinds.com Brand will be sure to give you savings on a high quality product that meets your needs during the Blinds.com Cyber Week Sale. With this large number of products discounted in our Thanksgiving Sale we’re…

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How to Decorate for Thanksgiving Guests!

r November 19, 2012 | B Home Decor, Seasonal Trends

If you’ll be playing host to Thanksgiving guests soon it’s important to make your house look beautiful and comfortable for out-of-towners. Many of us save holiday prep until the last minute, so we’re bringing you seasonal ideas that serve double duty- They’ll add festive holiday cheer while making guests feel welcome and special. Get the Guest Room(s) in Ship Shape First thing’s first- make sure that beds are made, bathrooms are clean, and junk is stowed elsewhere. A sparse guest room is better than one that’s morphed into a storage room over the last few months. It’s ok to stash stuff under beds and in closets, guests won’t notice and will appreciate having room to move around. Go the extra…

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How to Simplify Holiday Window Shopping

As Black Friday approaches, the repressed memories of crazed holiday shoppers are resurfacing. We want to cut through all the madness so you can get your holiday decorating done without the stress. We have two great services to share that will make holiday window shopping a cinch: our video chat design consultations, and mobile shopping app. Read on to learn more!   Video chat with a designer on Face2Face (for free!)   If you know your windows need an update before the holidays, but don’t know where to start, get design advice from a pro with our new service –  Face2Face. Schedule a free video design consultation with an expert, and they’ll give you personalized advice to find blinds, shades…

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Bring Something New to the Table This Thanksgiving: Pinterest Fab 4

r November 9, 2012 | B Pinterest Faves, Seasonal Trends

With Thanksgiving just a  few weeks away, it’s time to start preparing your home for the year’s biggest meal.  Whether it’s a yummy recipe or a beautiful centerpiece, start a new tradition for this year’s family gathering from our favorite holiday Pinterest finds. 1. A luxe, nature-inspired tablescape - Although you likely won’t be hosting your Thanksgiving meal in the great outdoors, you can still take inspiration from this incredible forest scene. Let the kids help make an organic table runner from moss. You can by some from a local garden store or let the little ones hunt and gather in the backyard. Finish off the look by incorporating metallic accents of varying heights. Bring inrich pops of plumb, royal blue…

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