Glass door makeover + giveaway with Chris Loves Julia!

Sometimes it’s easy to fall in love with a blog – funny posts, great photos, interesting tips and fabulous sounding people.  And then sometimes those bloggers email you and you love them more!


That’s how we felt when the great folks behind the Chris Loves Julia blog (Chris and Julia, of course) wrote us to help with covering a challenging glass door in their family room.

And boy did they do it right!  They selected our great woven wood shades in Jamaica Walnut to great effect.  The natural-looking shades add warmth to those pretty gray walls and white trim – all while blocking out the glaring sun.

The team is now helping this fab blogging duo give away a $100 gift card and one of the cool home design mood boards.

Leave them a comment by  4/12/2012 about a room that you’re finding to be a challenge to decorate for a chance to win!

Who are your favorite home design bloggers?  Share some links in the comments below!

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Katie Laird

Katie Laird (aka: happykatie) is the PR and Social Media Marketing Manager. But, more importantly, she's a home design obsessed Web geek with a love for Mid-Century Modern furniture, stained glass and DIY / crafty projects she can work on with her family over a bottle of homemade root beer. Find her Tweeting at @BlindsDotCom + @happykatie -- and pinning like nobody's business at @BlindsDotCom + @happykatie.


  1. Hi there! The folks at can absolutely help – we do nothing but custom blinds and large windows are no problem!

    We've got a great selection of faux wood blinds (,5) and can help as much or as little as you need.

    If you'd like a friendly design consultant to chat with – feel free to reach out to Lauren at Or chat with us here too 🙂 We're easy…

  2. Bjorn Button Reply

    We are currently redoing our blinds around the house. We had old lead covered blinds in the past and now want to switch to either Faux wood blinds or some other material of blinds. The are for very large windows so they will have to be custom made. Any recommendation on where to get custom blind sizes? Cost isn't a factor in the decision.

  3. Hi

    Nice blog keep it on.

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