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Window Treatments for Historic Homes

Many dedicated DIYers and history lovers around the country are nursing historical homes back to health. In order to meet the requirements of local historical societies, or just to maintain the old world feel of your abode, you may want to find window treatments that accurately reflect the original decor of the home. Today we’re bringing you window treatments for historic homes that have today’s technology and durability, but will still speak to the period look of your home. Take a walk through the major eras of American architectural with us and find the historical window treatment that’s right for your old house Colonial Colonial style houses were built from 1600 to the 19th century, although this school of design…

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Window FAQ: How to clean cellular shades

r June 14, 2012 | B DIY Projects, FAQ Customer Service

As a Customer Service Representative here at Blinds.com, I love answering all the various questions that come my way – especially when the answers turn out to be surprisingly easy! Here’s one of the most frequently asked questions I get about window covering care: How do I clean my honeycomb cell shades? Depending on the spill or stain, cleaning your cellular shades can be a fast and easy task! Steps to follow to spot clean your cell window shades: Grab a plain white wash cloth to clean with – colors on the towel might bleed onto the shade Dampen the towel with warm water Sprinkle a gentle detergent (same used on clothes is fine) on the towel – no colored…

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Blinds.com Corporate Culture and Why This is a Weird, Wonderful Place to Work

r November 13, 2009 | B Blinds.com Culture

Company culture is critical to your organization’s success. A workplace that reflects the attitudes and ideas of the company collectively makes for happy, energetic, proactive employees. Read how the new Blinds.Complex transformed our team.

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