Tudor style homes might be the most easily recognizable of all the different home styles across America. Though originating in England some hundreds of years ago, the style was adopted by American builders in the late 19th century, and saw a resurgence in the late 20th century as well. With their unique style and history, picking furnishings and window treatments for Tudor homes can be a challenge.
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Drive through any suburbs that popped up during the 1950’s or 60’s and you’ll notice a very distinct style of home–the ranch home. Though first appearing on the west coast in the early 20th century, these simple but exceedingly charming houses had their heyday in later decades and are still common all across America.
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For some homeowners, one window treatment on certain windows might not cut it. Whether it’s to achieve a particular look, double down on blocking light and heat, or any of a variety of other reasons, combining window treatments has become fairly commonplace.
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Whether you’re taking a shower at night or washing your face in the morning, bathroom privacy is important - especially when there’s a window in the room. For those of us living close to neighbors, there are a couple of options in bathroom window treatments to keep peeping eyes away.
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Mid-century modern homes (sometimes just called modern homes) are some of the most visually interesting houses found in America. They’re almost a snapshot of a particular time and place in American history, preserved in place and still turning heads today. While not as popular as they once were, mid-century modern homes are still very much alive and in style.