window joy

Our new shades are installed and looking mighty fine! Please ignore all the clutter in the rooms in the below photos – I couldn’t wait to show you these shades, so here they are, unstyled.

Die, plastic window blinds. May you burn in hell.

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17 Responses

  1. Holy crap, those are amazing! I’m so jealous. Way jealous!

  2. The mirror, mirror on the wall stands out perfectly with the blinds. What’s the fairest thing in the whole land?

  3. I absolutely LOVE THEM! They look so great with your mirror, And I love the opening btween kitch and d.room. Terrific!

  4. They look amazing and that mirror is stunning. Congrats!

  5. Thanks, guys!!!! 🙂

  6. Yay! They look awesome.

    You have such great style.

  7. Those are fabulous! Great fabric selection! I’m super jealous. Sara from Russet Street Reno referred me to your post because I need some major window treatment inspiration.

    I’m surprised I haven’t come across your blog already! We, too, are the first homeowners of our house and have a lot of blank canvas to fill. I’ll be back! 🙂

  8. Jeez, that’s not a huge difference or anything!

    Great job adding depth to the space, and I love your chandelier, too.

  9. Looking snazzy. You got them from Tonic Living, right? Good price? You just sent them the window measurements and they whipped them up? I need a new window treatment source….

  10. What a difference!! It looks so good! (Yes, I realize I am WAY late on this… just found your blog!)

  11. Love those curtains and that mirror is awesome!

  12. […] by themselves, but they are just meh in our living room. They don’t stand out – the mirror and the window shades steal all the attention. Plus, it kind of annoys me that the shade isn’t as white as the side […]

  13. […] of all, the yellow color is absolutely horrid. It’s the same color that’s in our dining room, but it looked completely different in the tiny bathroom. It makes sense, because there’s no […]

  14. […] all already know, window treatments can be ridiculously expensive. We definitely splurged on our roman shades for our living and dining rooms… but since I love them SO much every time I look at them, they were worth every […]

  15. […] at them mirrors – so beautiful, so unique! We already have some yellow paint from our dining room and lots of gray paint in our little paint collection, so I think this will be a great color […]

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