Looking For High Quality Window Treatments For Your Bow, NH Residence?. The Experienced Professionals At Rod Ladman’s Window Designs Can Help You With Whatever You Need!

As an authorized dealer, we sell and service the full Hunter Douglas line. We proudly sell, install and repair these high quality window treatments, Not only in Bow, New Hampshire, but anywhere in Carroll, Strafford, Merrimack, Grafton, Belknap counties.

Interior shutters in a living room

We have also partnered with a skilled artisan and fabricator who can create exquisite custom-made soft furnishings in her workroom. This gives our customers the unique ability to choose from either the standard catalog of Hunter Douglas products, or opt for unique, one of a kind treatments that are created from your vision.

If you are interested in draperies, curtains, and other soft furnishings, please see our sister site Draperies NH

40 years in the windows industryWe’re in the window treatment business for over 40 years, and we still love meeting new clients. We would like to come out to your Bow NH home and talk about your window decor needs. Our consultation and measuring services are always completely free with absolutely no obligation-
We know window treatments, and we can help you get the layout you want

Oh, and let’s not leave out the many kinds of complimentary bedding accents we can make for you including Duvet Covers, Shams, Tufted Coverlets, Bed Skirts, Pillowcases, et al. AND… Table accessories like Table Cloths, Runners, Placemats, etc. Whatever you need, we can do it.

Here’s a quick list of some of the window treatments we can help you with:

    • Window Blinds
    • Vertical Blinds
    • Venetian Blinds
    • Wooden Blinds
    • Window Shades
    • Roller Shades
    • Custom-Made Drapery
    • Faux Wood Blinds
    • Pleated Shades
    • Roman Shades
    • Solar Shades
    • Room-Darkening Shades
    • Custom-Made Valances
    • Custom-Made Cornices
    • Cellular Shades
    • Woven Wood Shades
    • Plantation Shutters
    • Custom-Made Curtains
    • Custom-Made Sheers
    • Custom-Made Roman Shades
    • Drapery Hardware

When You Decorate Standard Windows

Decorating standard-style windows is relatively easy since they are rectangular and there are no curves to navigate. However, it’s important to begin by assessing all of the windows within the room. While some rooms contain identical windows, it’s more common for rooms to feature a variety of types and sizes. For example, a room may include a picture window at one end, multiple double-hung windows, and a sliding door, all on different walls. Special considerations may affect the style of treatment you choose, such as windows in corners or installed at differing heights on the wall. Your goal is to unify the room with the same fabric on each window and door unit, and to mount treatments at the same heights, if possible, to create consistency and balance throughout the setting.

Designing with Borders on a Drapery Panel

Designing with Borders
There are many ways to create an interesting border effect on a panel. Border print fabrics, where the print runs along the lengthwise edge of the fabric, can be positioned so that the decorative edge is highlighted across a valance or down the length of a drapery panel. If you go this route, select a border print featuring an all-over design that looks the same when viewed from all directions to ensure that the print looks the same whether it’s placed horizontally or vertically. Another way to create a border effect is to stitch bands of contrast fabric along the edges of a window treatment. Be sure the finished bands are at least 2 in. wide so they will be noticeable from across the room.

Arch-Top and Transform Windows
If you have recently completed a renovation or purchased a new home, chances are you have a few specialty windows that give a unique architectural element to your home. While striking to look at, the arch-top and transom windows provide a challenge in selecting the right window treatment that offers both beauty and function. Arch-top windows, with their sweeping curves, and transom windows let in excessive light, causing glare and possible harm to textiles, artwork, and wood furnishings in the room. In addition, a large window can create black hole effect when the sun goes down. All of these things should be considered when selecting a proper window treatment.