Classic Window Coverings for Today’s Homes

Classic Window Treatments in BaltimoreWhile innovation in window treatments brings exciting new styles we love to show to clients, we still have a lot of homeowners interested in classic window treatments, such as drapery, shutters, Roman shades, and venetian blinds. Many of these tried-and-true window coverings have been reinvented with new looks and functionality, but have stayed true to their roots. As a Hunter Douglas Gallery serving the Baltimore area, we carry a wide range of window treatments — stop by our showroom or schedule an in-home consultation to see what styles would work best in your home!

Classic Yet Beautiful Draperies

Curtains and draperies have a long history as a popular window covering. Today, custom curtains and draperies have evolved with easy to care for fabrics that come in endless colors, patterns and textures ranging from sheer to opaque. The addition of distinctive drapery hardware, trims, fringes, borders, cornices and valances finish the look. Curtain and draperies add interest to the window and either alone or paired with a blind or shade, they will showcase your decorating style.

The Evolution of Shutters

Shutters date back to the 1500s. Today’s shutters are so well manufactured and stylish that they’re often referred to as “furniture for your windows.” Hunter Douglas offers an extensive line of shutters to meet today’s demands from tilt-bar, no tilt bar systems, hinged, bi-fold, and bypass track systems to motorization. Shutters are also available for specialty shaped windows and are an excellent choice for child and pet safety.

Roman Shades Never Go Out of Style

A classic Roman shade is made with panels of horizontally seamed fabric about 8-10 inches apart that allows the pleats to stack concisely. Made from a single piece of fabric, these shades fold up accordion style when raised, creating a valance look at the window. From the outside, the cords and cord rings are visible. Hunter Douglas offers the classic Roman shades, as well as a revolutionary twist on how Roman shades operate. Add motorization and you can control your Roman shades with a remote control or mobile device.

Timeless Style of Venetian Blinds

The mini-blind — or venetian blind — started in the 1930s as an alternative to drapes. Today’s horizontal blinds are made from durable material that is stylish, too. Motorization options make these blinds the perfect window covering for hard to reach windows, and specialty shapes, too.

Window Treatments in Baltimore

Windo VanGo is the premier Hunter Douglas Gallery in the Baltimore, MD, area, with a gallery showroom in Marriottsville and serving residential and commercial clients throughout the counties of Baltimore, Baltimore City, Howard, Carroll, Hartford, and Anne Arundel. Contact us today for a design consultation!