Odd Shaped Windows Archive

How to Cover Angle Top, Angle Bottom and Triangle Windows

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Many homes have cathedral-style windows that follow the roof line creating angle bottom, or trapezoid windows that are a challenge to cover. Some choose to leave these unique windows uncovered, but with that much glass – heat, glare and privacy can...

Blinds for Odd Shaped Windows: Circle, Oval, Octagon + Triangles

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Specialty shape windows like circles, ovals and octagons can often be found in upper floors and attics as a decorative element in the roof’s gable. Triangle windows are found in similar spaces and often get their shape by following...

Blinds for Trapezoid Windows

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Trapezoid windows, also called angle-bottom or angle-top windows are often found along the roofline above traditional rectangular windows. Because of their odd shape, they can be a particular challenge to cover, but there are a few options we recommend....

Conceal Laundry Room Clutter with Sliding Panels

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We love that we have so many genius blogger friends in our lives. When Leanne from Rave and Review told us that she wanted to use sliding panels as a makeshift laundry room door, we were skeptical. We couldn’t quite picture...

10 Things You MUST Know When Buying Blinds For Doors

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While doors with windows can be beautiful, they often leave less privacy for our home than we desire. Learn how to choose the perfect blinds for French doors, sliding glass doors, and front doors. Blinds for French Doors A common problem for French...

Window FAQ: How to Measure for Bay Window Blinds

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The home on the show, Full House, was the quintessential Bay Window in my opinion! The beautiful Victorian style home was such an iconic image for all children of the 80’s.  Bay windows add so much character to any home,...