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Sale on Sun Screen Shades

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Keep The Cold Out/Heat In

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Architella blinds incorporates three pockets to insulate you from the cold. They are very functional yet beautiful.

Pictured is Reception color Willow. Reception is a special product available from Centurian dealers such as ourselves. Duette Architella features at a great price.

Come in today or call us at 360-275-9664

 

Home for the Holidays

Yes, this time comes every year. The countdown to Thanksgiving, Christmas and then New Year’s Eve.

This is a busy time for companies like ours. We are already booked up for hard-flooring jobs through November. We usually always have time to slip in a carpet job but it usually is pretty disruptive at this time of year. Especially if there is a Christmas tree. (That is why we are so busy in January. Many say, ” We will do it after the holidays.”

There is still plenty of time for new window coverings. Hunter Douglas is having a rebate sale on Duette Honeycomb shades, Skyline Gliding Panels, Pirouette, Silhouette and Vignette. Minimums do apply.

If you need blinds that insulate from the cold, consider honeycomb. If you have a view Silhouette gently shades your window while allowing you to see through the fabric.  Vignette offers a Roman Shade look with warm and stylish fabrics. How does one describe a Pirouette? A most unusual shade that squeezes open and closed.

There is something for every room in all price ranges. If the product you want is not on sale then we offer free install on that blind.

Here are some pictures of what is on sale, or go to our website.

http://www.allyninteriorsnw.com

 

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Fresh Ideas for Your Home

 Be brave and energize your interior design plan!

Add bright color to your interior design plan to create excitement in your décor and express your personality!

Bright colors tend to make people feel energetic, so use them in moderation and in the rooms where you want to feel spirited and lively. Be cautious about using too much bright color; it can make a room chaotic, especially when the colors are in bold patterns.

You have so many choices for adding bright colors:

  • The clean primary colors of red, blue and yellow

  • Shocking pink and orange

  • Multiple versions of green, including Kelly green and acid green

  • Passionate purples from dark violet to lighter periwinkle

  • Earthy bright colors like rust, mustard and burnished red tones

  • Splashy spring tones of pink, green and yellow

  • Many hues of brilliant blue including royal blue, French blue and turquoise blue

Adding bright colors is all about being courageous! Here are some ideas to help you get started:

  • Accent paint, such as one wall in a room, the cabinets of a kitchen island, or the back walls of a built-in shelving system

  • The valance or top treatment of a window fashion or the tapes on a horizontal blind

  • Touches of bright color on a printed fabric used for upholstery or draperies

  • The backsplash in your kitchen or bath – or the border on a tile surface

  • One brightly painted accent table in the living room, great room or bedroom

  • Bed or table linens that can easily be changed when you tire of a specific bright hue

Add a touch of bright to your home this season. It will energize your living space.

Bright colors will enliven your home and perk up your life.

 June 2016

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Fresh Ideas by Hunter Douglas

Choosing beautiful fabrics can make a material change in your décor.

Wise fabric choices can inspire your entire decorating plan.

Fabrics are used on so many surfaces in most homes. In fact, fabric is one of the most important elements as you make your interior design plans. Fabrics even set the mood for a room and influence the way you feel.

The sheer number of fabric choices can be intimidating; that’s why it’s helpful to work with a professional.

Natural fabrics include cotton, leather, linen, silk, suede and wool, while synthetics include acetate, acrylic, microfiber, nylon, olefin, polyester, rayon and vinyl. Synthetics tend to be more durable than natural fibers, but not always. A lot depends on the finish applied to a fabric or the weave that’s used, as much as the inherent fabric itself.

The most obvious initial decisions are:

  • Fabric color family

  • Whether fabric is solid color or has a pattern

  • Fabric texture and weave

  • Whether fabric is woven, crocheted, knit or pressed

Select fabric first for beauty since the look of your home is paramount, but also consider how your fabric will be used so you’ll be happy with your decision over the long term. For example, fabrics that are optimal for a heavily-used great room sofa will be quite different than those for a seldom-used decorative chair in your entry. Always think about durability and stain resistance if you have pets or children. Also consider how much damaging sunlight enters a room.

Your fabric choices create the underpinning of your interior design plan and are critical to the beauty of your rooms. Consider fabrics carefully and get professional advice before you buy.

© 2016 Hunter Douglas

Wood Cornice Boards

Sometimes you just need that special crowning touch over your window treatment to send the look “over the top.” These cornice boards fill that need.

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The Parkland Collection comes in 6 different woods. Come in and take a look at our sample book .

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