Control Light in Your Media Room

Media Room Window CoveringsA media room is any room in your home that has been converted into a home theater. People often convert their family room into a media room, or include a media room as part of a basement remodel. One of the keys to a great media room is controlling light. Especially if you’re using a family room, large windows may create a glare on your new TV and ruin the experience. Even in basements, controlling the light that comes in through your windows is important. Here at Windo VanGo, with a new showroom in Marriottsville and serving the Baltimore MD area, we carry a variety of window coverings that work great to control light in your media room.Continue Reading

Honeycomb and Pleated Shades

Duette Honeycomb Shades

We have customers who ask, “What’s the difference between pleated shades and honeycomb shades?” These two window covering options are a lot alike, but do have some key differences. To decide which one is best for your windows, you should consider three factors: budget, energy efficiency, and orientation of your window. Stop by our new […]

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Window Treatment Installation – DIY or Pro?

These days, everyone is looking for ways to save money. Frugality is in, but people have also realized that quality home products are an investment they want to last. Take window treatments, for example. We have more and more customers here in the Baltimore area inquiring about our lifetime warranty and longevity of our window […]

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Try Before You Buy Window Treatments

Hunter Douglas Imagine Design Center

Windo VanGo, serving the greater Baltimore area, offers a way for you to “try on” new window treatments before you buy them. Through our online interactive iMagine Design Center program offered by Hunter Douglas, you can see how a variety of window treatment styles will work in any room in your house.You use your own […]

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The Best Window Coverings for High Traffic Areas

Durable Window Treatments - Faux Wood Blinds

The saying really is true: “You get what you pay for.” This is especially true when you’re shopping for window coverings for high traffic areas in your home. It may be tempting to simply order some blinds online and hope for the best. You’ll pay less, for sure, but you’ll likely end up spending more […]

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Custom Drapery Terms

Are draperies and curtains the same thing? What is a “break”? What should I use for a tieback? These are just a few of the questions we get about custom drapery. We’ve been designing and creating custom drapes in the Baltimore area for years, and we’re happy to answer these questions and more. At Windo […]

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Silhouette® A Deux Window Shadings

If you need the functionality of a room-darkening shade want but want a more sophisticated style, check out Silhouette® A Deux Window Shadings. With this unique system, you have a single head rail with a Silhouette shading in the front with a room darkening roller shade in the back.  You get the best of both […]

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Drapery and Window Treatments Combos

Drapery with Blinds

Hunter Douglas offers superior blinds, shades, sheers and shutters that are beautiful in their own right. Adding custom draperies to your hard window treatments will add warmth and depth to any room. At Windo VanGo serving the Baltimore area, we can help you add custom drapery to your Hunter Douglas window fashions. Not only will […]

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Color Your Home Beautiful

Color in Interior Design

Whether bold or neutral, spots or stripes, speckled or shiny, color sets the tone of the design of any room. Nothing sets the tone of a room more powerfully than the use of color. Personal preference plays a big role in the colors you choose, and how you use color is also very important. Offering […]

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How Do You Like Your Window Treatments?

Blinds and shades serve a common purpose of covering windows, but these two different types of window treatments operate differently. Blinds appeal to people who are “tilters” — people who like to leave the window treatment in place and tilt the slats to see out and let light in. Shades appeal to people who are […]

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