Practicing What We Preach

 

Blinds.com is located in Houston, Texas.For those of you familiar with the soggiest, most humid city in the northern hemisphere (yes, I’m prone to exaggeration), we get a lot of sun. A LOT of sun. And we have a lot of windows around here. One
guess what the best way to insulate and prevent energy loss in an office
building…

At Blinds.com, we use a variety of window treatments around
the office. They look awesome, but they’re also great for our Design
Consultants to use when they’re explaining products to customers. Blinds.com
Design Consultants are well-versed in every product, and because we have them
installed around the office, they can tell customers the intimate details of
each.

A few examples:

Office_valancehoneycomb

This is what I look at every day, though if the weather is nice, this light filtering honeycomb shade is often up. This shade doesn’t block light completely; it lets light filter in gently. Even on the sunniest, hottest day, I can lower this shade and let a little sunshine in without walking out of here with a sunburn on my back and shoulders. The valance above the shade is a box-pleat valance.

Office_aluminum

Welcome to Customer Service. In this department, they hung aluminum blinds.

Office_drapery

A few of our windows have drapery panels instead of blinds and shades. This is a contempo-pleat drapery panel.

Office_vertiglide

The ever-popular Vertical cell shade hangs on the large window outside of my office. This is an awesome alternative to vertical blinds, as it covers a large amount of window, if necessary. Some also find it more attractive than a vertical blind.

Office_motorizedwood

Our CEO hung a motorized wood blind on the window looking out of his office. He can open and close this blind with the touch of a button. Here he is, pretending he doesn’t want me to take a picture.

Happy decorating,

Esther

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