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Real customer photos: Vertical blinds for great light

Katie Laird
By | r November 12, 2012
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customerpic Real customer photos: Vertical blinds for great light

We love a nice set of custom window draperies, but sometimes your windows (and sliding glass doors) need a window treatment that gives you more light control AND a great look.

Lighting and looks with Vertical S Blinds

Meet customer ‘Cornwell’ from Indiana (and their dining room above!) who fought back against annoying, sunny glares to reclaim their space:

We bought the vertical Levolor “S” blinds for our Dining Room because:

1. We were tired of the affect our heavy drapes were having on room appearance, and

2. Tired of the necessary upkeep required for the heavy material used in the drapery.

The Levolor Blinds exceeded our expectations in several areas. Not only did the blinds improve the visual aspect of the area in appearance but the blinds afforded a greater lighting affect never before available!

If we closed the draperies, the room darkened too much. If we closed the drapes partially, the room brightened more but the glare was unacceptable. The Levolor corrected the situation beautifully.

Installation was a breeze! It took longer to read the instructions, than to do the job!

Vertical ‘S’ blinds on sale this month!

Want to re-create this look in your own home?  Check out our November blinds, shades and shutters deals for great online discounts and deals.

Do you have a window covering story that you’d like to share with us? ┬áBe sure to leave a review and share a photo with us for a chance to get featured (and win a goodie from the Blinds.com team!).

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Katie Laird

About Katie Laird

Katie Laird (aka: happykatie) is the Blinds.com 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.

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