Enhance The Beauty Of Any Room In Your Bristol, NH Home With New Window Treatments From The Hunter Douglas Catalog!
Rod Ladmans Window Designs sells, installs, and repairs not only top-of-the-line Hunter Douglas Window Treatments, but also partners with a soft furnishing workroom that creates beautiful Draperies, Curtains, Valances, Cornices, Sheers, Roman Shades, Bedding, etc. to your exact specifications.
We are based in Central NH, and service Bristol , NH, but also service most parts of the state. We have over 40 years experience in the windows industry/ decor and design field, and go above and beyond to make sure our clients are 100% satisfied with their window covering and installation. We have a huge portfolio of happy customers!
To give our customers a great variety of treatments, we are also authorized dealers for J.Geiger, Alta, Norman, Graber, Horizons, and Comfortex.
Whether you are in the market for Blinds or Shades, Draperies or Curtains, we have a huge selection of both off the shelf products, as well as meticulously customized window treatments available. Call Rod Ladman’s Window Designs at (603) 455-6094 today, and let the fun begin!
If you are interested primarily in custom made soft furnishings like draperies, curtains, valances, etc. for your Bristol, NH home, please visit our sister site Draperies NH
Our window coverings include the following, and most of these products can be easily motorized:
- 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 short synopsis and pictures of some of the above Hunter Douglas product line, please see our Hunter Douglas NH page
Fabric shades offer the most value when it comes to window decorating. Not only can shades be aesthetically pleasing, allowing a radiant print or textured fabric to shine as a major focal point in a room, but they also serve a dual purpose of providing privacy when needed, and shelter from heat or cold. Stylish shades can be easily suited for most room settings, appearing formal or casual depending upon fabric choice. Select a sumptuous silk and add a row of sparkling beaded trim along the bottom edge for a rich, regal look, or choose a cheerful, colorful plaid casual style
If you’re concerned about an expanse of fabric once a shade is lowered, the waterfall, or hobbled shade, is a fitting choice since the folds remain intact whether the shade is up or down. Billowy balloon shades add A touch of romance at the window even when lowered. Adding innovative details such as fabric banding and ribbon trim, will enhance the design effect of basic styles such as Roman shades. Or the shape of the bottom edge can be changed to provide a welcome break to the angular lines of rectangular rooms
The roman shade has become a decorating staple since it is both useful and ornamental, especially when made up of one of the many gorgeous fabrics available today. Neatly stacked folds form at the bottom edge when the shade is raised, and when lowered, the shade lies flat against the window, offering protection from the elements and privacy from the outdoors. Numerous design enhancements can be made to basic Roman shades to provide decorating punch in a room. For example, add trim, a fabric band, or folds and tucks across the shade so it’s interesting to look at when lowered
When looking for softness at the window, balloon shades with fullness provide beauty and functionality. Roman shades are also easily combined with other window treatments such as drapery panels or valances, creating a privacy option with flair
Roman Shades make good companions for long drapery panels. The shade provides an attractive touch in the middle of the window and can be lowered for privacy; the stationary panels serve as decorative columns framing the window. this combination can be used as a decorating trick to camouflage small windows since the drapery panels hide blank wall space, widening and lengthening the look of the window. by selecting coordinating fabrics for the shade and panels, additional design interest is created as a window becomes the focal point Conversely, selecting the same fabric for both treatments provides a continuous luck that helps to unify individual windows
If you’re dealing with a wide expanse of windows, it is possible to use extra wide Roman Shades to unite the span of windows, and pin tucks stitched across the shades can provide horizontal lines to add dimension