Experience Floor to Ceiling Blinds…
Gorgeous landscape views with comfortable interiors. That’s what floor to ceiling blinds, shades and shutters can do for your home. It’s all about balance. And, if you’ve been living with bare windows, or the wrong window treatments for your large windows, you’re probably looking for answers!
- Reduce the glare
- Enhance the view
- Control the light
- Maintain the temperature
- Add dramatic style
Large windows can bring in a ridiculous amount of sunlight, glare, uncomfortable temps and damaging UV rays. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t experience beautiful natural light and landscape views! Let us help you select floor to ceiling window treatments for the ideal balance of beautiful light, stunning views and comfort inside your home. Find more inspiration.
Available product solutions
- Designer Roller Shades
- Designer Screen Shades
- Duette® & Applause® Honeycomb Shades
- Pirouette® Window Shadings
- Provenance® Woven Woods Shades
- Silhouette® & Nantucket™ Shades
- Vignette® Modern Roman Shades
- Skyline® Gliding Window Panels
- Luminette® Privacy Sheers
- Duette® with Vertiglide™
- Cadence® Soft & Somner® Custom Vertical Blinds
5 Things to Consider when Covering Large Windows
It’s no secret that large windows are a big bonus in a house. They are beautiful, let the sunshine in, and act as the perfect artwork. However, sometimes there can be too much of a good thing. Covering large windows helps to have the benefits of them when you want, but also have the control and privacy you desire as well.
When Windows Become Tricky Windows
Windows with shape, character and charm can add a lot to the look and feel of your home. Beauty, light & an airy, open vibe are the positives. And, until you live with them for awhile, you won’t understand how uncontrolled light, heat, glare and lack of privacy affects you. That’s when they become tricky windows. There are a variety of reasons why coverage is necessary. Let’s evaluate the tricky windows in your home, and then discover ways to cover them.
Balanced Light: Making Your Home Your Haven
We know with certainty the sun rises in the East and sets in the West. And, more than likely, you have already added window treatments to achieve balanced light in the East & West facing rooms in your home. Bravo! But what about the other rooms? Do you have windows that are facing in other directions or a combo of both? In these cases, we’ll need to get creative. Let’s discover how to attain balanced light in any scenario and create the ideal atmosphere in your home.