Rod Ladman’s Window Designs Can Be A One-Stop Shopping For Your Window Treatments In Jackson NH. Our Experience And Expertise Has Been Honed By Our 40 Years In The Business. We can Install Your Hunter Douglas High Quality Window Coverings In Just A Few Hours. We Are Just One Phone Call Away!

Are you interested in Window Treatments for your Jackson, NH home? How about Shades?, Blinds?, Interior Plantation Shutters? Look no more, Rod Ladman’s Window Designs is based in central NH and sells, installs the superior quality Hunter Douglas custom window decor line (and has been doing so for more than 40 years). Owner Rod Ladman has extensive experience installing state of the art window treatments and takes complete pride in making sure customers get exactly what they are looking for- and Rod guarantees that result 100% of the time- When you need advice, he is always there. His suggestions to homeowners have resulted in many fabulous window displays, and he can do the same for your Jackson home

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

Through the years, Rod has owned his own window treatment stores and worked with dozens of designers all across New England. There is just no substitute for dealing with a service provider who has seen it all and done it all. As an authorized Hunter Douglas dealer, he has access to their whole catalog. If you’re looking for one-of-a kind treatments. Rod has teamed up with designer and fabricator Karin Conn, (who also has decades of experience)and she can make any kind of soft furnishing you can imagine. Between them, they are a decorating powerhouse! To top it off, Rod was also a skilled painter and wall coverings expert, so he has a good eye for tying a “whole room” together – you create the vision – they can make it happen

Here are just 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

Here are pictures of what some of these treatments might look like: HUNTER DOUGLAS NH

A Word About Window Layouts With Poor Proportions

Proportion is a design element that is important to all the components of a room. When a window is too tall, too narrow, too wide, or too short, it throws off the room’s entire design. Fortunately, window treatments are a fabulous way to camouflage any of these flaws without the expense and upheaval of replacing the offending window.

Tall and Narrow – Though tall windows are desirable in most cases, certain styles can run too high and appear too narrow, adding an unwanted element to your room’s design. For windows that are too tall, use a cornice or a valance to visually lower the length
of the opening, If your window is too narrow, extend the curtains past the window frame, covering some of the wall. With shades or blinds, choose an outside mount to make the window even wider.

Short and Wide- Some rooms call for dynamic for instance, a formal dining room may have a group pf small sash windows that seem insignificant in the scheme. To visually enlarge them, run a valance or cornice above the top of the window, and extend the curtains past the window frame, For an an individual window that looks too short, try the same trick – place the cutain high on the wall, and hang floor length panels. Even if you are using tabbed cutains rather than a formal arrangement, the two long cutain panels draw the eye upward, ofsetting the short window. If the rod is visible, make sure the hardware is attractive or the finish ties in with the decor.Wide windows require different measures.To visually reduce the width, consider a a floor-length curtain in a color that matches the walls to play down the horizontal form. Position the the curtain so that it covers part of the window, or consider a series of Roman or cascade shades to break up the horizontal line; the effect is increased if you adjust each shade to a different level