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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...

The Ultimate Guide to Blinds for Bay Windows

Bay Window Blog Post

Bay windows can be beautiful. Challenging. Lovely. Difficult. Ordering blinds for these angular spaces can be a bit intimidating. But few things make a room look polished as much as a well dressed bay window.Today, we’re going to walk...

How Blinds.com Changed My Life – Meet Uche from Blinds.com

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We’d like to share one of the most unique stories here at Blinds.com. After moving to the United States from Nigeria, Uche has grown tremendously, personally and professionally. She is a part of the Blinds.com live chat team, and has soared...

What are Faux Wood Blinds Made Of?

What are faux wood blinds made of

Faux Wood Blinds (pronounced like “throw”) are Blinds.com’s most popular window treatments. Our customers love them because they’re cost efficient, easy to clean and durable. The manmade materials make these blinds safe for areas like the kitchen and bathroom which have...

Why Choose Bali Blinds? – Top of the Line Blind Design

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Bali Blinds has always been a company for innovation, currently holding at least 66 patents on their in house designs. They are one of very few window treatment companies with a dedicated staff of engineers whose sole purpose is...

Reinventing Roman Shades

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We knew you missed them, so Soft Roman Shades are back! These shades have tons of options you can customize to exactly to fit your needs. Bali Soft Roman Shades are available in 90 quality fabrics to match any...

Featured on: Cedar Hill Farmhouse

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Do you have a friend who you always turn to for design advice? Some people are born with the style bug, and Anita of Cedar Hill Farmhouse is certainly one of them. She writes about french country style on...