Child safety blinds for children’s bedrooms Bringing home your baby to the nursery room that you created is one of life’s most beautiful moments! Did you know, though, that your window coverings have the potential to cause serious injury or even death? Children love to explore their surroundings, and what could be more enticing than dangling cords to grab with their little hands. Children and cords simply do not mix. We at Supershade offer .
With its sheer soft vanes, the Hunter Douglas sheer blind the silhouette is still the one of the most versatile blinds in the industry. Each year Hunter Douglas finds more creative ways to create a Silhouette suited to your home and lifestyle. The lifting systems are continuously evolving to increase ease of operation and safety for children. In 2012, Hunter Douglas introduced the LITERISE lifting system for the Silhouette. This easy to use system .
Skylights offer beautiful natural light to filter into the room. However, with the summer fast approaching that can mean harsh sunlight and extra heat. Sun exposure and heat damage to your furniture and flooring is detrimental and usually irreversible. Luckily Hunter Douglas offers great skylight blinds to protect your home. Both of Hunter Douglas’ innovative cellular blinds, Applause and Duette have two convenient options. Manually Operated Skylight Blinds First is the Simplicity skylight system. .
With a multitude of fabrics and colours available from Hunter Douglas, choosing the right one can be overwhelming. At Supershade, with our years of experience, we have become colour experts! Although the most common colour purchased is white, there’s no need to fear a splash of colour on your windows. The first matter to determine is what type of look for your home you would like to achieve. Are you looking for a colour that .
49% of condos and apartments in Toronto are rentals! Just because you are only renting your home, doesn’t make it any less important to decorate. There are many different options in window coverings that look great but aren’t too costly. In Canada, we have long, cold winters. Most of the heat in your home is actually lost through the glass of those big condo windows. Even if you’re lucky enough to have one of .