Organic materials are taking center stage with exposed wood grain in blinds and shutters, and natural woven shades are gaining popularity status with bamboo. Our Mahopac NY in-home decorating center reports wood is making a comeback in decorative hardware, with bamboo, maple and birch soliciting capital demand from our customers.
Hunter Douglas Provenance woven wood shades add a warm, rich dimension to any room, according to our Mahopac NY in-home decorating center consultants. These woven shades come in bamboo, reeds or grasses that age beautifully in the home. They let in diffused light so you can see what’s going on outside while maintaining privacy. Although Provenance woven wood shades work in so many different environments, our Mahopac NY in-home decorating center team will come to your home or meet with you at one of our locations to demonstrate the 77 materials and color options you have with the Hunter Douglas Provenance line.
Over the years, we’ve seen black or blue paired with white in window treatment color and styles, but lately we’ve seen a shift: blue is becoming more popular with our customers. A variety of colors in the blue palette with complementary accents, has even replaced the ever-popular red in the window treatment industry. Blue is becoming the new red, according to industry experts, and a spectrum of ocean hues in teal, aquamarine and green tints are pairing beautifully with dusty lavender and gray tones to crown the soothing elements of this palette. Popular jewel tones trending now include orange, gold and persimmon, with brown continuing as the leading basic hue in trending window treatment colors. Contact our Mahopac NY in-home decorating center for details about our free design consultation.