This installation is of a client in Alpharetta, GA, Doss and Kamakshi, that was referred to me from a client in Smyrna. Doss saw the installation that I had done for Sri in Smyrna while visiting, and called me to install their drapery. Their plan included sheer fabric arches as well as a 2 story drapery, layered with a sheer panel behind it. A valance was added to…Details
Today I repaired a cellular honeycomb shade repair in Atlanta near Emory University. I received a call from Renee yesterday and scheduled the shade repair for this afternoon. After speaking to her on the phone, I new which cell shade parts would be needed for the repair. The shade was a top down bottom up single cell honeycomb shade made by…Details
Here’s a little something different. Most window blinds and shades are in the white or “neutral” color group, but there are of course many different fabrics, patterns and colors to choose from when choosing a blind or shade for your window. In this case, Suzanne from Marietta, GA called me to get her pleated shade repaired. The only trick was, it was…Details
This is a quick repair that I had recently done for Elizabeth in Atlanta, GA. Throughout her home, she has the traditional 2 inch blinds that were at least 8 years old (from previous homeowner). I was unable to determine who the original blind dealer and fabricator were, but I was able to identify the…Details
I recently had a client from Mableton, GA, who called us to do some repairs on several tilter mechanisms for some fauxwood blinds in her home. The blinds were about 8 or 9 years old and we were unable to determine who the original manufacturer was. Unfortunately, many companies fail to put their names on their products and thus miss out…Details
After 14 years you would think a cell shade would find itself in the can, but not for Mike in Smyrna, GA. He called us to come out to repair a shade for him that had a broken string. We came out the next day to repair the Levolor cellular shade and now it functions like new at about 25% of the cost of a new shade…Details
Today I installed several 2″ Plantation Basswood blinds for a client in Waleska, GA. She has a beautiful home and the typical white wood blinds just didn’t fit with the decor. The dealer and the designer worked together to come up with a perfect color match with the stained wood trim in…Details
Here you can see the grey Hunter Douglas ladder drum with the broken parts on the left and the replacement drum on the right.
In this picture you can see how to blind on the right has been repaired and how the blind on the left has not.
Removing old Graber crystal pleats honeycomb shades and replacing with 2 1/2 inch faux wood plantation window blinds by Norman Window Fashions.