Client Work: Britt’s Custom Vignette Roman Shades – Allen, TX
Britt and her family bought a new home in Allen, Texas. Most of her windows are covered with wood blinds, but for her family room, she wanted something different. Something that would make a statement and shout elegance.
We choose to start the design with Hunter Douglas Vignette Modern Roman Shades. The Earth-toned, textured fabric with the soft folds create a crisp, clean look. And because she has two small children, we added the LiteRise (cordless) lift system because of Child Safety. The shades were installed on the French Doors and on the two narrow windows beside the doors. They were the perfect solution because when lifted they give a great view to the backyard letting her to easily watch the children play and they stack elegantly at the top. And when they are closed they cut the glare on the TV and offer privacy and light control.
Then we went on and added drapery panels to the sides to soften the wall of windows and to add color. Come in to Read Design located in Plano, Texas and Southlake, TX to see our working samples of our Hunter Douglas Vignette Modern Roman Shades. They are offered in semi-sheer, translucent and room darkening fabrics, the two styles and three-fold sizes help you create warm, inviting, and beautiful windows!
Providing Hunter Douglas Vignettes to all of these areas: Dallas, North Dallas, Plano, Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Addison, Coppell, Southlake, Denton, Keller, Roanoke, Benbrook, Westlake, Fort Worth, Lewisville, Grapevine, Trophy Club, The Colony, Frisco, Prosper, Celina, Savannah, Aubrey, McKinney, Allen, St. Paul, Wylie, Sachse, Rockwall, Rowlett, Lucas, Parker, Melissa, Anna, Fairview, Heath, Garland, Richardson, Irving, Las Colinas, University Park, Highland Park, Kessler Park, Euless, North Richland Hills, Colleyville, Flower Mound, Corinth, Arlington, Little Elm, Hurst, Saginaw, Haltom City, Bedford, Watauga, Haslet and many more!
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