Elegant Window Treatments From Hunter Douglas On The Windows Of Your Effingham, NH Home, Will Make Every Room A Showplace!
We are a full service Hunter Douglas dealer that sells, installs and repairs these high quality window treatments, Not only in the greater Effingham New Hampshire area, but anywhere in Grafton, Carroll and Belknap counties. For those folks who would like to explore other window design manufacturers, we are dealers for J.Geiger, Norman, Alta, Graber, Comfortex, and Horizons.
We have partnered with a skilled artisan and fabricator who creates beautiful custom-made soft furnishings in her workroom. This gives our customers the unique ability to choose from either the standard catalog of Hunter Douglas products, or opt for unique, one of a kind treatments that are created from your vision.
We’re in the window treatment business for over 40 years, but still love to meet new clients. We would like to come out to your Effingham, NH home and discuss your window decor needs Our consultation and measuring services are always completely free with absolutely no obligation.
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
…And let’s not leave out the many kinds of complimentary bedding 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. Whatever you need, we can do it
Window Treatments and Texture
Window treatments are a natural outlet for texture. Fabric choices for draperies and curtains, as well as the fabrics and other materials available for blinds and shades, are enormous and varied. Texture can be enhanced by the way fabric is hung. Pleating, for example, creates a play of light and shadow that looks three dimensional. You can combine layers of fabric and blinds to show off different textures
Texture doesn’t have the obvious impact on a window treatment that color and pattern wield, but how a material feels, as well as how it looks, does influence an arrangements design. Incorporating a variety of textures in a room adds to it’s richness. A mixture of textures plays upon the senses and adds another layer of complexity and sophistication a design scheme As with every aspect of decorating, mixing textures involves a balancing act. To give a room a distinctive character you might let one texture predominate the room, but the right contrast can make the scheme intriguing.
Some Thoughts on Fabrics and Texture
The easiest way to incorporate texture into a design is with fabric.Brocades and Damasks, Moires and Chanilles, Tweeds and Chintzes, conjure up different looks and sensations. Coarse and Matte surfaces such as Tweed, Wool, Tapestry and Velvet absorb light and sound. Glossy and smooth surfaces which range from Silk and Satin to Chintz and Taffeta, reflect light.
Texture affects a room spatially, Course or Matte fabrics that on the window will make a room seem smaller and cozier. A living room of only glossy surfaces can appear impersonal and too expansive without tapestry draperies to make the space more snug and and to add textural contrast. Smooth and shiny fabrics do the reverse – they make a room look larger and brighter. a study that feels stuffy, for instance, may benefit from pale- colored Silk curtains. Light reflected off the fabric will make the space seem more open
Keep in mind that texture can either soften or enhance a pattern. For instance, patterns are crisp on glazed Chintz, but are blurred on terry cloth. A coarsely textured surface tones down the intensity of a color and gives the color subtle variations High-glass surfaces increase the intensity of a color. Think of how the gray color of a tweed jacket looks “heathered” and muted. On a Silk shirt, however,the same gray color would look shimmery and more intense intense completely different effect. Of Because the fabrics weave affects the color, always test a sample of the material in the room