Blinds and Window Treatment Design Company Opens New Store in Old City

Allure Window Treatments is proud to announce that we now have two stores serving the greater metropolitan area of Philadelphia and other surrounding areas. In addition to our showroom in Washington Ave, we have recently opened Hunter Douglas Gallery store in Old City last June 21st. As the premiere home automation and custom window design studio that creates and installs some of the best draperies, blinds, shutters and wallcovering, we believe that this recent development will only help us cater to our clientele’s specific needs.

 

Since being established by Roi Albo and Victor Agiv, our company’s goal has been to provide an unparalleled degree of service and top-of-the-line design excellence. This is what we hope to uphold with this latest addition of a new location

Visitors can expect the same level of quality workmanship and reliable products from our Old City store. By touring our new showroom, clients will get a better idea of the window fashions that are currently trending. Feel free to browse through the extensive displays of window treatments, motorized shades, sheers and more. Check out our vast libraries for sample fabric for custom treatments or large to-the-trade textile and wallcovering. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2tbaNL6

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Signs that You Need to Say Goodbye to Your Old, Worn-Out Window Blinds

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The average lifespan of window treatments is seven to eight years but homeowners may want to replace their blinds even before then. Otherwise, old and worn-out blinds in your Philadelphia home might become unsafe and unsightly. There are several signs that can tell you that it’s time to let your blinds rest and to get new ones.

Warped or Misshapen Slats

Heat and humidity can damage slats. For instance, faux wood blinds get warped due to too much heat while wood blinds might be damaged due to humidity. Pets and kids can also damage aluminum mini blinds, bending the slats. If many of the slats are misshapen, it’s time to get a replacement. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2t1tftb

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Using Blinds in Combination with Other Design Features in Your Home

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Blinds can be a very functional addition to your windows. They allow you to control the amount of natural light that enters a room, and can help you control temperatures or maintain privacy in your Philadelphia home too.

If you’re planning to have blinds installed in your property, you need to consider how they’ll work in combination with other design aspects to look aesthetically pleasing. Here are some ideas on how to have your blinds blend seamlessly with the rest of your decor.

Color Complementing

Blinds are available in a range of colors and materials, which means you can choose some that complement the color and style of your current decor. You may choose a wooden blind to suit a rustic or classic room, or aluminum blinds for a more modern look. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2tAAKEI

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