Do You Want To Install Elegant Window Treatments In Your Mirror Lake NH Home? Let Rod Ladman’s Window Designs Be Your One-Stop Shopping For Drapes, Blinds, Shades, Plantation Shutters, Curtains And Much More!
ROD LADMAN’S WINDOW DESIGNS supplies and installs a wide variety of American made window treatments and window coverings to customers throughout New England. The business office is based in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, and he proudly serves his clients’ window treatment projects throughout the state and sometimes out of state as well!
‘Window Design Showcase’ was Rod’s own retail store located in Meredith on Main Street from 1988 until 2002 offering both retail products, custom design fabrication and expert installation along with about 500,000 fabric samples! Rod recalls “the business was just growing hand over fist for many years It was a lot of fun!”
New construction was growing exponentially in the 1980’s, not only in New Hampshire, but all across New England. To meet the tremendous demand for window treatments to be used during this building boom.
Rod was involved in several long term projects while working with other Interior Decorators. This included work in condominiums, single-family homes, Inns, and Timeshare Lodges. He says of that period, “I was hanging draperies 3 or 4 times a week for years in places like Provincetown, Killington, Watervillle Valley, and Lincoln”.
ROD LADMAN’S WINDOW DESIGNS offer only quality products that are built to last and have great warranties. They carry the moderately priced COMFORTEX WINDOW FASHIONS and HORIZONS WINDOW FASHIONS products and are an authorized HUNTER-DOUGLAS dealer. Many products have remote motorization available for convenience and ease of operation, and this is the option of choice for most of our customers. Rod Ladman is a “Somfy expert”, home automation and motorization of window treatments is one of our passions here. Rod Ladman’s Window Designs can pair to your Phone, Nest, Google Home, Alexa, or echo to your new solar screens, Honeycomb blinds or Roman blinds. Rod and his team can seamlessly integrate with other sophisticated whole-home automation systems as well. You will love how fun we can make your home.
There are so many options and colors to choose from, with varying concerns that dictate your choices for window treatments. With Rod’s extensive experience in this area, he can assist you in making selections that will serve you and your family for many years.
Rod offers sales, service, repair (only on products that we installed) and replacement for the entire Hunter Douglas line (which is arguably the highest quality window-covering supplier in the country), as well as products by Comfortex Window Fashions and Horizons Window Fashions.
While some window coverings can present unique challenges, Rods experience and expertise is no substitute! Rod Ladman has seen it all in his 40 years in the business, and he personally guarantees you will be completely satisfied when the project is finished. Rod has been in this in this business since 1976, “I chose to work in this industry because I love helping people, creating beauty, and solving problems”.
Mirror Lake NH, is one of the most scenic areas to install window treatments. Call us for a free consultation and window measurement. Let’s work together to make something beautiful!
Some ideas about panel lengths
Deciding where to end panels is often a matter of personal preference. Different looks can be achieved when fabric is allowed to brush the floor or cascade into graceful folds. Consider these factors to help achieve the look that is right for you:
Sill Length: Plan for shorter panels to fall at the sill or at the bottom of the window molding, not in the middle of the wall space.
Floor Length: Panels should end approximately ¼ in. above the floor for a smooth, custom look. Floor-length panels fall freely yet stay orderly and tidy – a good idea if you have small children.
Break Length: Adding 2 in. to the floor length allows panels to gently sweep the floor, creating a full design effect along the lower portion of the drapes.
Puddle Length: Adding 8 in. to 12 in. to the floor length creates the most relaxed feeling of all as the fabric forms a “puddle” as it fans out on the floor.