The season has changed from “keep the heat in” to “let the light in!” During those cold winter months, I like to keep as much heat in as possible, sometimes leaving the shades and shutters closed for warmth, sometimes letting the sun and the light in. What’s your preference?

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Joan Miller

Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the cooler temperatures, the changing leaves, everything pumpkin, and most of all, I love Thanksgiving! I love Thanksgiving because it makes me realize that there is so much to be thankful for, especially my family, my friends, and my loyal customers.

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Joan Miller

It is October already! In addition to pumpkins, Halloween, and apple cider, it is time once again to remind you of the importance of checking the safety of your window coverings.

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Joan Miller

A few options when looking for Window Treatments you might not have considered: Woven Wood Shades and Roller Shades. These two types of Shades are timeless, classic, and complement just about any décor.

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Joan Miller

When it comes to window treatments, they should be a focal point in any room. If you don’t want bare or uninteresting, add a layer over your blinds, shades, or shutters. Layering can be done in a variety of ways.

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Joan Miller

Last month I talked about cleaning blinds. What about shades? Shades are a bit trickier because there are so many different fabrics or materials used. What works for one type of shade fabric may damage another.

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