You Know In Your Heart That New Window Treatments From Hunter Douglas Would Beautify Your Danbury, NH Home. Now All You Have To Do Is Contact Rod Ladman’s Window Designs To Make It All Happen!
Rod Ladman’s Window Designs is a central NH based window treatment provider who covers Danbury, NH and all of Carroll county, Belknap county, Grafton county, and Merrimack county.
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. Want other window decor catalogs to peruse? We sell and install other companies products like Graber, J.Geiger, Norman, Alta, Comfortex, and Horizons.
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-time 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 treatments you’ll have in enhancing your Danbury 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!
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.
f 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.
A bay window always provides a unique dimension and added space to a room, whether the window is a walk-in variety adding square footage or features a shelf used to display favorite keepsakes. Technically, a window is considered a bay when three or more windows are placed at angles to one another on an exterior wall. To design treatments for a bay, begin by determining if you want to unite the windows as one by running a continuous valance across all, or whether you want to frame each window individually with valances, shades, or side panels that are cut to fit each unit. Also, consider where to mount the treatment. Installing window décor at ceiling height within the bay or on the outside wall gives the window a sweeping illusion of loftiness.