Many windows are best with window treatments that are horizontally oriented, while others do better with vertical orientation. Although some people get nervous about finding a good vertical solution, the answer is in Hunter Douglas vertically oriented products. At Bretz Interiors serving the greater Denver area, we carry the full line of Hunter Douglas products, including those that are designed to perfectly work with your vertically oriented window. Read on to learn about one great solution, and be sure to contact one of our specialists for more details. [Read more…]
If you’ve got a slider and a regular window, you need both vertical and horizontal treatments to cover them. But if they’re in the same room, you might be nervous that the two won’t match. Well, don’t worry—you’re in luck because Hunter Douglas has you covered. At Bretz Interiors serving the greater Denver area, we carry the full line of Hunter Douglas window fashions, and we’ll be happy to show you some options that can meet your stylistic, functional, and budgetary goals. Speak with one of our representatives today! [Read more…]
If you have pets, you probably treat them just like another member of the family. Which is why it’s important to take your pet into consideration when you shop for new window treatments—you want to be sure you get it just right. No window covering is completely safe from chewing and scratching, but you can take precautions to minimize the hazards. Please talk to one of the trained consultants at Bretz Interiors in Lakewood to learn more about all the products that are child- and pet-safe. [Read more…]
Buying the right window treatment can be daunting. There’s a lot to choose from, including style, fabric, color, and function. The trained consultants at Bretz Interiors serving the greater Denver area will be happy to help you narrow down your choices; meanwhile, consider some of the following tips to get started.
Do you want your window treatments to diffuse or deflect the light? This can be an important question for those who are light-sensitive in particular. In general, diffused light will be softer, without the intensity or glare of deflected light. However, deflected light can brighten a room and can work well on windows that don’t see direct sunlight. If you think diffused light is the way to go, consider Duette® Honeycomb Shades, Silhouette® Window Shadings, or Luminette® Privacy Sheers. If you want to go with deflected light, remember that you can soften it with draperies. Some product choices include Provenance® Woven Wood Blinds, shutters, and both vertical and [Read more…]