No matter what types of windows you have in your home, Hunter Douglas has unique solutions to suit your needs. Many homes throughout the Midwest feature geometric or custom windows that require specialty window shades. At Hirshfield’s, we can help you design a unique set of Hunter Douglas specialty window shades. Since our founding in 1894, we have been committed to helping customers find the best solutions for their homes, and we would be happy to help you find the perfect window treatments as well.
Specialty Window Shades That Are Custom-Built
Many different types of windows require unique window treatments, and Hunter Douglas offers a variety of specialty window shades that can be customized to suit your needs. Some windows that may require specialty shades include:
- Geometric windows – Have eyebrow windows, arched windows, or circle windows in your home? These and other geometric-shaped windows can pose a design challenge, but Hunter Douglas window shades can be customized to accommodate just about any window shape and size. For instance, Pirouette® window shadings can offer great continuity for these windows, while Heritance® hardwood shutters feature precisely measured slats to fit any arch, curve, or angle.
- Bay and bow windows – These gorgeous window sets add beauty and dimensionality to your home. But the uniquely angled windows also require special design considerations when it comes to finding window treatments that will enhance their gorgeous aesthetic. Vignette® Modern Roman shades and Provenance®woven wood shades can add a classy look that complements these window styles.
- French doors – French doors with glass windows also require unique window treatments, as specific types and styles of shades are better suited for the dimensions of full-length doors. NewStyle® hybrid shutters can be built to accommodate any door hardware that may be in the way, while Duette® honeycomb shades can be installed without a wide mounting depth.
The experts at Hirshfield’s are ready to help you find the unique window treatments for your Midwest home. For more information and to schedule a free design consultation, contact Hirshfield’s today.