Ready to remodel or finish the interior of your newly purchased home? It’s the perfect time to think about how to dress your windows. Coordinating your windows with the colors, textures and look of your room’s furnishings may be an intimidating thought, but working with a trained expert from the beginning will result in a beautifully decorated room. You may also benefit by adding treatments that save you money.
It’s time to turn to the experts at Ethan Allen in Fairlawn. Our design team works together to design, fabricate and install every custom window project. We can select from the best products available to solve each window project. As a Hunter Douglas Showcase dealer, we offer the best in hard treatments like Duette honeycomb and Silhouette shading systems, or accenting windows with well-designed soft drapery treatments made with the latest fabrics and hardware.
Each window project is different. Some people need total blackout for sleeping, while others want to enjoy their beautiful view during the day and need a fabric treatment to dress the window and coordinate it with the room design. Having our designers out to the home to see the windows is the first step for custom windows. We can see exactly what is needed. We take measurements and pictures that help them get a feel for what style would work best. We work together on every project to make sure that each detail in the project is addressed. From the selection of the hand finished drapery hardware, to the certified installer’s final visit, each step is done with great pains to make sure it’s the best solution for the client.
What’s most popular in window fashion? The latest window technology is motorized shading systems, controllable from your smart phone; they will soon make up almost half of our hard window treatment orders. Other trends in window fashion are the incredible fabrics. Large graphic patterns, metallic threads, neutral gray tones are generously available in all fabric types. One of the most popular ways to dress a window is to layer a shading system like Hunter Douglas’ Silhouettes with a pair of stationary drapery panels. You can get energy efficient benefits from the hard treatments and create a fashion statement with the drapery panels.
Stop in to visit with the design team. We can show you how to create that wow factor in your room and even increase the energy efficiency of your window coverings. Don’t let planning a new look for your windows overwhelm you. Stop in and let us do the work for you.
Marty Draime is a soft goods coordinator at Motsinger’s Home Interiors dba Ethan Allen, locally owned and operated by Bill Motsinger and located at 55 Springside Drive, Fairlawn. 330.666.8833 MotsingersHomeInteriorsEthanAllen.com