Creating symmetry where architecturally there is none.
A lack of symmetry in design – It’s a dilemma: A sliding glass door on one side of your focal point and a window on the other. Symmetry does not exist in the room, and so the focal point feels out of place.
SOLUTION! Treat the window the same way you treat the slider. Notice how we stacked the treatment to opposite sides on each to create balance.
These Hunter Douglas Luminettes shades are pretty, filter sunlight and provide privacy, but unlike a traditional vertical slider window treatment, they work well over a window too. You could finish this look off with matching drapery.
You don’t want to spend money heating the outdoors. Keep your heat in and the cold out with Hunter Douglas window products!
Without energy-efficient window treatments, as much as 50% of a home’s heating and cooling energy can be lost through its windows. All Hunter Douglas window fashions provide window insulation, offering your home increased protection against heat loss during the winter, as well as minimizing the sun’s heat or “solar heat” during the summer. More specifically, here’s how Hunter Douglas products help conserve energy at the window in these three significant ways:
Insulation: Our window fashions reduce heat flow (both heat loss and heat gain) through the windows.
Solar Heat Control: Our window fashions help tocontrol solar heat (heat generated from the sun) by allowing it into your home in the winter and minimizing the amount that comes in during the summer.
Daylighting: Our window fashions enhance daylighting (the use ofnatural light) by diffusing
and dispersing sunlight deep into a room, reducing your need for electrical lighting.
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