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Custom Blinds, Roller Shades, and Plantation Shutters in West Jordan, Utah

When thinking about your West Jordan home; would you do blinds, roller shades, honeycomb or plantation shutters?  Most of the time people have already made up their mind on what they want and just need to pick through the options.  There is a rare occasion that I show up and the person doesn't know what they want.

Both situations are my job and I'll take a minute to explain a little about each.

Honeycomb Shades

I have recently fallen in love with honeycomb shades.  There are so many options you have with them.  You have single cell that both sides of the shade are the same color.  Then you can pick double or triple cell and choose to have one color on the interior and a different color on the other side.

There are tons of options and these look amazing as a top down bottom up honeycomb shade.

Roller Shades

Roller shades are by far the most popular right now.  You can choose blackout, room darkening and light filtering.  You can seriously put these in ever room of your house.

With roller shades you can do blackout in bedrooms, room darkening in common areas of the house and light filtering all in the same color scheme.  That is how these are so versatile.  You literally have hundreds of fabrics to choose from.

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Real Wood or Faux Wood Blinds

Everyone knows blinds, but not many people know how many options you have with them.  Just some of them are cordless, route-less, longer cords for harder to reach places and so many more options.  One of my favorite options for blinds is what we call lights out route-less.  This is where there are no holes in the wood slats of your blinds.  You don't get that annoying beam of light through all those tiny holes!

Plantation Shutters

I love the look of plantation shutters.  If you are going for that clean lines look with a crisp color these are the way to go.  With shutters again there are many options to go over.  Splitting your tilt rod to close the bottom 2/3 of the louvres but leaving the top 1/3 open to let the light in.  Best of both worlds when it comes to privacy and sun blockage.

Give me a call, shoot me a text, or fill out the form below.  I would love to help you cover those windows!

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