Custom Window Treatments From Hunter Douglas In Your Laconia, NH Residence Will Make Your Windows The Showpiece Of Every Room!
Rod Ladman’s Window Designs is a central NH based window treatment provider who covers Laconia, NH and all of Carroll, Belknap, Grafton, and Merrimack counties. We are an authorized Hunter Douglas Dealer with over 40 years in the window treatment and interior decorating business and have filing cabinets full of files on satisfied customers. We sell, install, and repair all Hunter Douglas products, and guarantee a 100% customer satisfaction rate when we do a job.
We carry almost every kind of window decor, both in-stock catalog items and custom-made soft furnishings. We have our own highly talented fabricator with a workroom who can produce any kind of custom made window treatments you might need. she can create whatever you can imagine. Curtains, Drapes, Roman Shades, et al.
Our premium product supplier, Hunter Douglas is a long-timer innovator in the window treatments industry. They are especially safety oriented and sell many products that are cordless and child-proof. Quality and dependability are two of their mantras, and seeing the products in person is really the only way to appreciate these top-notch items Make an appointment for an in-house consultation today, and we can show you the great choice in window dressings you’ll have in beautifying your Laconia, NH home.
Many of the below products can be easily motorized for the ultimate in convenience. Our window treatments include:
- 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
…and let’s not leave out the many kinds of decorative 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. Bottom line: Whatever you need, we can do it!
Dealing With Special Shape Windows
Windows with special shapes, such as oval ellipses, triangles and arches, usually exist because they add architectural interest,both inside and outside the house. sometimes the best solution is no treatment at all. if the like the look of a bare window but sun glare is a problem, investigate professionally applied window film. This transparent covering filter’s out the majority of the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays while minimally darkening the glass.
Circles and Ovals For complete coverage, staionary cellular shades are available in common shapes. If privacy is not an issue a scarf swag draped over a pole or through sconces is a pleasing choice because the curve of the scarf echoes the curve of the window.
Half-rounds and EllipsesHalf-round and elliptical windows can be covered by a sunburst curtain, which is a rod-pocket curtain shirred on an arched rod. The lower edge is gathered into a rosette. Consider custom shutters and cellular shades too
LancetsThese gothic style arches can be difficult to treat. Try a shaped cornice with flanking curtains or specialty shape cellular shade. A bottom hung shade with a shaped hem is a custom item that provides maximum privacy. The shade is pulled up and attached by a tab to a peg or a hook.
Triangular WindowsMost triangular windows are left unadorned because they are usually placed above another window. However, strong sunlight can be a problem. Because of the angled shape,rod-pocket curatins are one of the few styles that work. Custom shutters, cellular shades, and vertical blinds are also attractive solutions. remember that some of these window treatments are stationary.
Arched Windows Youcan either include or ignore the arch. If you leave it untreated, you can hang any curtain, swag, valance, shade or blind on the lower portion of the window. Simply run the top of the treatment under the bottom of the arch. To cover the arch, try a floor-length scarf that is gathered and secured around the curve. Or install a sunburst curtain on the arch with the shirred panels below. The headings of festoon shapes can be shaped to fit, too.
Some Tips About Dormer Windows
With Dormer Windows, you have the option of treating the window itself, or the area outside of the recess- or both.
Swing-out poles work best for hanging curtains or dormer windows because, when light is needed, the poles swivel so that the curtain is against the wall. Use a lightweight fabric so that the hardware isn’t overloaded. If there is enough clearance, consider a roller shade. For a dormer with a sloped ceiling, such as in an attic,there is a theatrical solution: Hang a curtain rod on the wall outside of the reces. Secure the curtain with a second rod placed at the point where the ceiling and the wall meet