Faux Wood Blinds
Customer Issue: Wanted to maintain the natural woody style of the room in question.
Our Solution: With the assistance of our team, the customer chose faux wood blinds, offering the look of wood with the advantages of PVC, such as scratch and moisture resistance, durability and easy maintenance. Cloth tape in a coordinated color was added to hide the slat holes.
Customer Issue: Proper light control and glare reduction are important for a computer lab, but difficult to manage without making it claustrophobic and stifling. Solar shades are a handy workaround.
Our Solution: Black polyester basket-weave shades, fitted for all four windows, hit the spot perfectly. These glare-reflecting solar shades each received a roller-style mounting and drawcord, and our team set them in-frame to prevent them from hanging onto the computer monitors under some of the windows.
Customer Issue: After some home redecorating, Mrs. Farenzen realized that her new carpet needed a different style of window treatment to go with it.
Our Solution: Our crafting team made the new drapes in the same style as the previous pair, but in a better matching crimson brown and with a more elaborate, ribboned valance. The new pair were installed on the same housing rod, and matched the revamped room much better.
Motorized Roller Shades
Customer Issue: The customer wanted a sleek modern control scheme and window protections set up in his new residence.
Our Solution: Four windows, three different sizes, and two colors of polyester fabric went into our calculations for this set. During the installation process, our team synced all four motors to the same remote, which included a smartphone uplink that lets Mr. Bark adjust them at will.