We just moved into a new house in Oklahoma City and my bedroom window is the kind that opens up by sliding it to the right or left. So, There isn’t a space or gap at the top where blinds usually go. Is there a way to put blinds on the window by hanging it above the window? If so, where can I get these and what kind?
OKC Blinds Cleaning Tips
Clean wood blinds without taking them down with a window blinds duster or a brush attachment for the vacuum. Same for shades, verticals and shutters. You can also use a damp dust cloth to clean window treatmetns. Bottom line, all the methods are pretty tedious due to the strings in the middle of the blinds.
Just would like to know as I have previously owned both plastic and wooden window blinds and they have both snapped over the years. I am thinking that metal (I think they are aluminium) would be the answer to everything. Does anyone know a windot treatment store in Oklahoma City that has a large selection of metal window blinds?
Why shorten them? They’re meant to be extra long so that the folds develop in them. Just use the cord to pull them up to the length you want.
I have roman shades in my dining and living rooms. The windows look a bit unfinished although the blinds are really nice. Do you think installing a decorative molding right over the window would make the window look more finished?
I love the look of wooden blinds and shades, and they would look great in our living room. Thing is, the windows (a bank of 3 standard size) face the street, and it looks really bad to have an expanse of brown in the windows. The other windows that face the street have white blinds. I was wondering if I could somehow line the wooded Roman shade with white fabric so the brown wouldn’t show. I’ve looked, and can’t find any made this way. Here are the ones I’m interested in: http://www4.jcpenney.com/jcp/ProductsHOM…
I don’t quite know how I would go about this, so if anyone has any ideas, I’d appreciate hearing them. Thanks!
Last thing left in my new home. I like Faux wood blinds but I do not like white. Getting them in any other color will cost a couple hundred more. Over $550. Getting them in white will cost around $350. Roller shades will cost around $150.
So roller shades are cheaper but I have never had them in a home so I don’t know too much about them.
I think roller shades are easier to install and maintain? Any truth to that?
i have 9 windows, 2 bay windows , some of them has to be custom made since the sizes are weird. i searched a lot of places online the prices are very high.
I am looking for this online or in any store in Cincinnati, Ohio.
I am also looking for a REASONABLE PRICE.
Just wondering if anyone out there has attempted to make Roman Shades, and how difficult they were to make/sew? If so, were you pleased with the results? Thanks for the help!