When choosing the
right window dressing for your home or office, Hunter Douglas provides the
When we talk about space we mean the space of a room. Whether you're outfitting
every room in a new home with window coverings or just a single window,
our advice is to consider your options within the context of a single room.
That's because a room-more than the window itself-is really the frame for
the window covering. The room's dimensions, colors, its exposure to natural
lighting, and, of course, what you use it for, all impact the type of covering
that works best in the space.
Photo Gallery for information about how different spaces demand different
window treatments, as well as for images showing a range of Hunter Douglas
window fashions in these spaces. Also, take a moment to acquaint yourself
with practical considerations with regard to color, room dimensions and
natural lighting by selecting the links below.
Style is elusive. Fashions change. Your likes and dislikes change. Even
the language used to define style is unreliably subjective (what's contemporary
to some may be high-tech, industrial or post-modern to others). To help
you define, refine, confirm or otherwise illuminate your style-as well as
to ensure that we're all using the same language-we've assembled some popular
Whereas style is about form, need is about function. Whereas style is right
brain (subjective and intuitive), need is left brain (objective and logical).
Need is what most people think of first when they consider a window fashion.
Does it provide privacy? Will it prevent heat from escaping during the cold
months and retain cool air during the warm ones? What degree of light control
does it offer?
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