When You Install Elegant Window Treatments In Your Concord NH Home, You Can Count On Enjoying Many Years Of Dependability, Functionality, And Beauty. Guaranteed!
Are you looking for Window Treatments for your Concord, NH home? How about Blinds?, Drapes?, Shades?, Plantation Shutters? Look no further, our window design company is based in central NH and sells, installs, and repairs any kind of custom window decor (and has been doing so for more than 40 years). Owner Rod Ladman has extensive experience installing high quality window treatments and takes absolute pride in making sure the customer gets exactly what they are looking for- and guarantees that result 100% of the time- When you need advice, he is always there. His suggestions to homeowners have resulted in many magnificent window displays.
Over the many years, Rod has owned his own window treatment stores and worked with dozens of designers, not only in the greater Concord NH area, but 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 professional 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
Looking primarily for custom Draperies, Curtains, Valances, etc?, please see our soft furnishings sister site Draperies NH
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
For a photo gallery and more information on many of these products, see Our Hunter Douglas products page.
Swags Made Simple
Using individual swags in creative ways brings custom style to the kitchen sink windows at right. This is a great way to decorate transom windows in any room – it provides just a touch of fabric over each window while still allowing daylight in.
Find a sewing pattern for the swag style you desire. Sometimes commercial patterns show individual swags hanging on top of drapery panels.
To ensure that the swag fits your window properly, cut a sample swag from an old sheet or piece of scrap fabric and tape or thumbtack the swag over the window. The swag can be made larger or smaller by adding to or decreasing the size in the center of the swag pattern.
QUICK TIP: Machine-stitch a hair elastic to the top of swag on both sides. Loop elastics over installed hooks or knobs, tightening elastic by tying a knot in the excess. Arrange swag folds and enjoy!
Changing the Window’s Shape
When windows appear ordinary, a simple trick designers use is to alter the shape of the window by elevating the center of a treatment onto the wall above. This provides the illusion of a different shape breaking the repetitive pattern of straight lines in the room. Raising the treatment once in the center works well for single and double windows, but for triple windows you may want to raise the treatment twice along the top edge to keep it in scale with the wider width. Adding decorative details such as covered buttons on a trumpet swag draws the eye upward, especially when they’re made from contrasting fabric.
Windows that are positioned in corners pose special challenges due their close proximity to each other and to the corner. These windows can be treated in two ways; separately or as one window. If the windows stand alone with space between the molding and corner, you may choose two separate window treatments, but plan to have the sides of each treatment touch in the corner. Treating the windows as one unit is often a pleasing solution as the continuous appearance of the treatment makes the window appear larger than they actually are.
Decorative Knobs and Holders
Common hardware such as doorknobs, cabinet pulls, and tieback holders can be used to hold a valance in place while providing accents to a window. Knobs and pulls are available in a variety of sizes and materials, such as wrought iron, polished nickel, copper, glass, and wood. Installing them is easy with special screws threaded at both ends so the screw can be secured into the wall and the knob. Tieback holders, designed to secure draperies at the side of a window, also can be used at the top of a window and are often larger, providing a more substantial look.
Striped fabrics are especially well-suited for Roman Shades, since the stripes can be fully extended down or across the shade to provide an interesting linear influence in a room. The bolder the stripe and the more it contrasts with the walls, the more stunning the effect. Placing stripes vertically along the length of a shade makes the window appear taller, as your eye sweep across a room and will give the window the illusion of being wider than actually is. Be sure to plan for a pleasing stripe to be featured in the center of vertical shades or at the top edge of the horizontal stripes.