Covering triangular (rake) windows can be a challenge because of their irregular shape. Most window treatments such as blinds, shades, or draperies come in a standard rectangular shape that don’t match the shape of rake windows. So your window’s unique angles remain hidden.
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When a customer in Las Vegas wanted her plantation shutters painted blue, we went out of our way to meet her request. Her favorite bird was the robin. So we bought robin egg blue paint, applied it to the shutters, and installed them in her living room. This experience gave Sunburst Shutters & Window Fashions the idea to create a custom paint program for Polywood shutters for all of our customers from Boston to Sacramento.
5/20/2016 10:45 am
When it's spring, you want your home to feel as fresh and bright as the outdoors. One way to give your home a new beginning this season is by enhancing your windows with new window treatments. Here are three ways to freshen up your home with spring window treatments.
5/16/2016 8:00 am
Sidelights are the tall, narrow windows beside your front door. They brighten and cheer up your entryway and add curb appeal. Yet their open glass also means doorstep visitors can peek into your home. So how do you let light in while controlling privacy? And have your windows match the elegance of the rest of your home? You give your sidelights the perfect window treatment solution: entry door sidelight shutters.
5/5/2016 10:45 am
If your basement windows are uncovered, you're not alone. It’s hard to find a window treatment that brings in the natural light this part of your house desperately needs, while providing privacy. And if you have small windows, covering them and incorporating them into your décor becomes an even bigger challenge. Not to mention, basements are notorious for higher than average humidity. That greatly affects the type of window treatment you buy.