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Decorating with Custom Blinds

Tips
Before installing custom blinds, accurately measure the height and width of your window space. 
Consider specially-made blinds with a combination of vinyl/wood, faux wood, or aluminum. These durable materials are ideal for playrooms or kids' bedroom. 
Invest in custom skylight or arch-top shades for those hard-to-reach windows. For convenience, operating options include manual or by remote control. 
Create depth and visual interest by adding a decorative valance to the top of your blind. 
Do you have windows that are extra high and wide? Try vertical blinds for a floor to ceiling window in a living room, dining room, or even a sunroom.

Custom blinds and shades are here to the rescue!
Whether you have oddly shaped windows or need to coordinate with your existing window treatments, specially made blinds and shades are your best bet. While their simple, clean lined design filters light and maintains privacy, it's their range of decorative styles (various sizes, colors, finishes, hardwares, and fabrics) that will give your home a tailored look.
 
It's all about personal preference when it comes to choosing a custom styled blind. From wooden blinds to aluminum blinds to pleated shades, find out how you can add customized blinds and shades into your unique space by reading our five helpful tips.

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