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8 Ideas for Halloween Window Decor

r October 8, 2013 | B Design Inspiration, Holiday Fun, Home Decor

When you’re pulling out your Halloween decorations, don’t underestimate the potential your windows have to spook and delight trick-or-treaters. Try out these Halloween window decor ideas to make your house the spookiest one on the block! Halloween Window Silhouettes Have a corner house, or one with lots of street facing windows? Fill each window with a hair-raising silhouette like this one to make your house a haunted house. Haunted Windows. Use black posterboard or cardstock to cut out spooky shapes. Windows will have a natural glow with all the lights on, but you can cover windows with orange tissue paper for an even creepier look. Monster Mash. If you have young children, kooky monsters will get your windows in the…

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Fantasy Windows on Display at The International Window Coverings Expo in New Orleans

The International Window Coverings Expo, an annual industry event, took place last week  in New Orleans.  Industry executives, suppliers, designers and retailers from around the world were in attendance.  New products were on display, and experts presented seminars. One of the highlights was the showcase sponsored by the Custom Home Furnishings Academy, where professionals were challenged to design a vignette with none of the real-world constraints such as cost, existing décor, or client preferences… they were even able to sketch their own window!   Take a look at the fantasy window treatments that these creative pros dreamed up when they were told “anything goes”:   Left:  “Black Swan” by Debra Martin of Debra Martin Designs and Sheri Stouffer of Finishing…

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Crisp, Covered and Pulled Together – No Holes Privacy Pleated Shades

As the Duchess of Cambridge demonstrates here, crisp, tailored pleats never fail to make an outfit look upscale and pulled together. The same is true for window fashion. The clean lines of structured knife pleats will give your windows visual interest and a polished feel. No Holes Privacy Pleated Shades These shades are like no other on the market. They are intelligently designed with no lift cord holes that allow light to come through the fabric. Privacy Assured Other pleated shades can let unwanted and inconvenient beams of light into your room. The continuous fabric of the No Holes Privacy Pleated Shade ensures complete privacy to give you more peace of mind at home. Forever Fresh All fabric colors are available as…

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Let Your Windows Play ‘Dress Up’ This Halloween

r October 30, 2012 | B DIY Projects, Home Decor, Seasonal Trends

Don’t let your window fashion miss out on all the fun this Halloween! Read on to learn how to dress up your windows this October 31st for spooky Halloween fun! Add shadowy spiderwebs to your front windows by weaving black ribbon and yarn. Make giant spiders with styrofoam balls, spray paint and pipe cleaners, and let the creepy critters dangle over the side of your house. Aren’t the silhouettes on this house amazing? Make your home look a little haunted from the street side with ghosts and ghouls made from black butcher paper or cardboard. Use a projector to trace the outlines and then start cutting! We also love the matching golden cellular shades throughout this spooky house! Give your home…

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