June 27, 2019
How to Use Custom Blinds & Shades in your Home Near Tustin, California (CA) like Vignette

How to Use Custom Blinds and Shades in Your Home

If you are seeking a way to infuse a new personality or aesthetic into a specific space, then changing your window treatments may be a great place to start. Windows have the ability to alter the energy of any room and transform it into something new. We at Custom Wood Shutters & Blinds understand that and can help you begin the process… Continue Reading How to Use Custom Blinds and Shades in Your Home
March 13, 2017
Why Shutters?

Why Shutters?

Years ago, shutters for your home were one of the most expensive items on the window covering menu, not anymore! Not only are they more affordable than some other options, they are still viewed as adding value to your home by many. Shutters come in a variety of styles fitting homes from  1950’s ranch, 1920’s bungalow, and ultra-modern high-rise apartment. The slats… Continue Reading Why Shutters?
March 6, 2017
Go Green With The New Revolutionary “Honeycomb” Shade

Go Green With The New Revolutionary “Honeycomb” Shade

A Hunter Douglas original energy-efficient design, the Duette Honeycomb® Honeycomb Shades are the next improvement you didn’t know you need to make for your home. Also sometimes called cellular shades, this addition to your homestead isn’t just more visually enticing, it has practical uses as well. Aside from more effective light blocking and privacy, honeycomb shades have insulation properties as well. The… Continue Reading Go Green With The New Revolutionary “Honeycomb” Shade
February 15, 2017
Shutters, Shades or Blinds?

Shutters, Shades or Blinds?

To make any room feel usable and complete, windows need coverings which can be expensive and hard to decide on. Roman Shades and Roller Shades are always a stylish way to go but sometimes they are not the best option after considering all factors.   Shutters and Blinds give you the most light and privacy control.  If you are not concerned by… Continue Reading Shutters, Shades or Blinds?