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Window treatments can be practical and beautiful. There are many unique styles to choose from. Following are some popular window treatment terms to help you start decorating.

  • Roman Blinds – Roman blinds are horizontal blinds. They are made of a thicker fabric, similar to fabric that is used for curtains. They can be drawn up using a cord. Roller blinds are a similar, though often less decorative, option.
  • Shades – Shades are thicker pieces of fabric that pull down to cover a window. These window treatments are mostly there for function rather than appearance, though they do come in a variety of materials and patterns.
  • Sheers – Sheer or lace curtains or shades are present only to add to a room’s appearance. They can offer a bit of coverage for privacy, but do little to block out light. This makes them unpopular in bedrooms. Many catalogs offer fun ideas for these window treatments.
  • Valances – A valance is a small piece of fabric suspended above a window. While they do not provide window coverage, valances can offer a unique touch to a room. A swag is a similar window treatment that is often accompanied by jabots. A jabot is a piece of fabric that extends down from the swag on either side of the window. Many catalogs offer fun ideas for these window treatments.
  • Vertical Blinds – These window treatments hang vertically, but the slats can still be opened and closed like traditional blinds. Vertical blinds are drawn aside rather than up. Catalogs provide a variety of vertical blinds, though some windows may require custom ones to ensure a proper fit.
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    Automated Shade
    23519 Saxon Way, Hockley, TX 77447
    Custom Window Treatments, Motorized Shades, Solar Shades, Blackout Shades, Roman Shades, Faux and Wood Blinds, Custom Drapery, Motorized Drapery Systems, Graphic Shades, Exterior Shades.
    (281) 252-5141
    Bottom Dollar Blinds
    10919 Creek Mist Drive, Cypress, TX 77433
    Bottom Dollar Blinds is a Texas based window treatment company that focuses in installations, measurements, and consultations. Our window blinds services are affordable and always accurate.
    (281) 758-5650
    Window Treatments Houston
    870 S Mason Rd. Suite 140 Katy, Tx 77450, Katy, TX 77450
    At Elite Window Coverings in Houston, we offer a large selection of quality curtains, drapes and blinds.
    (281) 644-0140
    Custom Shoppe The
    808 Front St, Columbus, TX 78934
    (979) 732-5254
    Betty's Interiors
    5 Jackson Sq, Weimar, TX 78962
    (979) 725-6512
    Budget Blinds of College Station
    1000 Woodhaven Cir, College Station, TX 77840
    (979) 268-4000
    Luna Piena Inc
    8212 Bagby Dr, Austin, TX 78724
    (512) 926-6346
    Best Interior Shutters & Blinds Inc
    6218 Fourwinds Dr, Bryan, TX 77808
    (979) 778-0611
    Katy Blinds & Shutters
    6819 Highway Blvd, Katy, TX 77494
    (281) 391-1339
    3 Day Blinds
    6825 S Fry Rd Ste 600, Katy, TX 77494
    (281) 574-4523
    Blind Expo Inc
    26218 Cross Hollow Ln, Cypress, TX 77433
    (281) 550-7711
    Ace Fast Blinds
    15202 Mesa Red Ct, Cypress, TX 77433
    (281) 373-9003
    Budget Blinds
    802 House Wren Loop, Pflugerville, TX 78660
    (512) 670-2222
    Action Drapery Inc
    14695 Brown Rd, Tomball, TX 77377
    (281) 351-5553
    Modern Shade LLC
    4213 Felter Ln, Austin, TX 78744
    (512) 385-4100


    Window treatments are used in residential homes, commercial businesses, apartments, lodging facilities, and condominiums all over the world. These decorative drapes, blinds, curtains, and shutters assist in different ways. While some valances are simply added to windows for décor purposes, many drapes and shades are used to block out the sun's bright rays. It all depends on what the home or building owner's preferences are. One thing is for certain; there are many different types, styles and colors of window treatments available today. The first thing many people think of when they imagine window treatments is a valance or curtain. These are often made from a pleated fabric, and can even be custom designed. They are useful for shading the interior of a home or building. Simple vertical blinds or roller shades also block out sunlight. However, many window treatments like this also help maintain a room's temperature. In fact, some honeycomb blinds are insulating. These often function like an accordion device. While many vertical blinds for sliding doors have long and large slats, horizontal metal blinds of shades typically have small slats. There are also wooden plantation shutters that can be added to windows on the building or home's exterior. These common or custom shutters help prevent windows from being damaged during storms. One way to get more information on window treatments like curtains, valances, blinds, shades, and drapes is by visiting a local home improvement store. This way you can see some of them in person and ask any desired questions.
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