Cellular, or honeycomb shades, add value and beauty to your home for an affordable price.
Plantation shutters come in vinyl, composite and wood. Which is best for your home?
If you’re stumped over picking bedroom curtains, check out these designer tips.
If you’re looking for a modern-style shade for wide windows or patio doors, vertical blinds are a good solution.
Weatherproofing windows yourself can be done quickly and cheaply, but it pays off in cost savings and home comfort.
Our in-house beekeeper interviewed Melissa Elliott of Melissa Bees about her frameless beehives.
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Roman shades come in a variety of styles, including bamboo. Plus, they’re easy to DIY.
Bay windows are one of the most beloved window types – until it’s time to find window treatments. We simplify the process.
Window shades are a great way to provide privacy, room darkening and style.
Are you wondering where to find that elusive cremone bolt (or even what a cremone bolt is)? We’ve got answers.
Whether you love tasseled tiebacks or crystal doorknobs, curtain holdbacks are the way to keep your curtains open, beautifully.
Faux wood blinds have come a long way since the artificial-looking vinyl versions of the 1980s.
Browse beautiful arch window treatments, from curtains to shades.
Single-hung and double-hung windows have pros and cons. Here’s how to know which is right for your home.