Imagine moving into your 14,000 square foot home with absolutely no coverings on the many windows. Debbie Snider, our design consultant, was brought onto this project and worked over the Christmas break to help these new home owners add a clean, minimalist feel with slight beachy vibes that let in natural light and air, but still maintained their privacy.
Debbie was able to customize shutters and shades perfectly for the purpose and needs of the client. He’d actually worked in the window coverings industry earlier in life, so he certainly kept an eye on things, but was incredibly pleased with Debbie’s knowledge and work.
Modern Shutters Allow Creative Solutions
Modern shutters have a hidden tilt so you don’t see a rod upfront for a clean look, and split the shutters to allow the tops to open and the bottoms to stay closed (or any combination) to allow for fresh air, light and privacy all at once.
“You fit the window coverings to the client’s lifestyle as much as their home.”
The guest bedroom’s shutters look beautiful and clean while still allowing plenty of natural light and complementing the arched tops.
In the dining room, the clients wanted to soften and give finishing touches to the beautiful, large windows. Debbie not only put in luxurious fabric panels, but took it further and used a brushed chrome rod, rings, and ball finials that matched the existing, beautiful chandelier to tie the whole room together.
Matching Roman shades, customized to individual windows.
Roman shades in the bedroom were layered with blackout materials for higher quality sleep. In other parts of the home, the same Roman shades were used, but with light-filtering materials in order to give the clients the natural light and privacy they required.
The cohesive look from room-to-room even meant when you looked at the front of the home, the window coverings were coordinated. Attention to detail makes for beautiful home design!
Matching roller shades over the windows and doors give this nook in the master bedroom a finished and beautiful look.
Blackout backing on roller shades in the master bedroom allow full darkness for a better night’s sleep.
The end result was sheer perfection!
We hope you’ve enjoyed taking a little deeper look into this project. We’re proud of Debbie and the beautiful job she did on this home, and we’re so pleased to be able to showcase how she make an enormous project cohesive across the board, as well as highlight the finite detail that goes into choosing window coverings. When done professionally, they tie the room and entire home together with unique features for your lifestyle as well as your needs.
Window Coverings Design Consultant
Debbie Snider has been working in the design and window covering industry for 18 years. She handles every job with the goal of making her clients happy and fulfilling not only their spoken wants and needs, but figuring out exactly what will make them in love with her work when she’s finished. When Debbie isn’t putting together beautiful designs, she’s an avid cyclist. She’s trained for and completed some major 100-mile rides along the beach and all over.