Mixed-Window To Cover in a Room

Duette® Honeycomb Shades & Duette Honecyomb Shades with Vertiglide™

Duette® Honeycomb Shades & Duette Honecyomb Shades with Vertiglide™

Some rooms have windows that call for vertical treatments while also having windows that call for horizontal treatments. For example, a living room with a regular window and a sliding glass door. Luckily, Hunter Douglas has a selection that makes it easy to take care of both needs. Speak to a trained consultant at Windo VanGo here in Baltimore. We’ll be happy to show you some options for your home!

Matching Horizontal and Vertical Blinds and Shades

Not everyone has a flair for interior design. Let’s be honest, it can be a challenge coordinating colors, fabrics, furniture, flooring, and so on. When it comes to selecting window treatments for a room that requires both vertical and horizontal blind, it can be confusing. Today you have an easy and convenient way to make fashionable decorating choices, with The Whole House Solution™ from Hunter Douglas. This program coordinates a number of Hunter Douglas vertical window treatments with their horizontal counterparts. In fact, select fabrics even share the same names and colors. Basically, Hunter Douglas has designed this program to take the guesswork out of selecting the products for your windows. Keep in mind, with The Whole House Solution™, the products do not “match,” but they do coordinate.Continue Reading

Vertical Window Treatment Options

Window Fashions for Doors

Duette® Vertiglide™ Honeycomb Shades in the Den

At Windo VanGo serving the greater Baltimore area, our clients often ask us about how to handle large windows like sliding glass doors. We’re always pleased to point them to the Hunter Douglas line of vertical solutions. If you would like to know if they’ll work for your home, please feel free to speak with one of our trained consultants.Continue Reading

What Is the Focal Point in The Room?

Provenance® Woven Wood Shades

Provenance® Woven Wood Shades

When you walk into a room, your eyes automatically go to a certain item or area in the room. In your room, what are your eyes drawn to first?

  • A window
  • Piano
  • Fireplace or TV or both
  • Art collection

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