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Custom Window Treatments, Blinds and Curtains in Ocean View Delaware

Ocean View, Delaware got its start when W.S. Hall opened a store on some property in Middlesex. The new town, originally called Hall’s Store, started attracting people who discovered they could see the ocean from the upper levels of their homes so it was renamed Ocean View. Once the home of seamen and chicken farmers, it now caters to Baby Boomers with adult communities and beachgoers with resort-style amenities. This small town of about 2,000 year-round residents swells to several thousand during the summer months.

Custom Window Treatments, Blinds and Curtains in Ocean View Delaware

Ocean View, Delaware got its start when W.S. Hall opened a store on some property in Middlesex. The new town, originally called Hall’s Store, started attracting people who discovered they could see the ocean from the upper levels of their homes so it was renamed Ocean View. Once the home of seamen and chicken farmers, it now caters to Baby Boomers with adult communities and beachgoers with resort-style amenities. This small town of about 2,000 year-round residents swells to several thousand during the summer months.

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Give Your Home a Beach-House Feel

With your home being only a couple miles from the beach, it’s logical that you would want it to feel like a beach house. And nothing says “beach” like plantation shutters or sheers.

Hunter Douglas offers plantation shutters in real wood, polymer compound, and a combination of both. Heritance® shutters are made from hardwood and can be finished in a variety of ways, including glazed, distressed, and textured. Palm Beach™ shutters are synthetic and are designed to withstand heat and moisture. The additional warranty on these window treatments guarantee that they will not warp, crack, or discolor. If you have a rental home to decorate, cover the windows with cost-effective NewStyle® hybrid shutters. Made with the same dovetail construction as the other shutter lines, they are durable and easy to clean.

While vertical blinds are a great way to cover the sliding glass doors found on many homes near the beach, there are other unique options available. For a sleek, modern look, use Skyline® gliding window panels. Their wider fabric vanes are available in hundreds of different colors and patterns and are sure to match your contemporary décor. If the look of sheers blowing in the breeze make you think beach, Luminette® sheers combine sheer panels with soft, vertical fabric vanes to give you beautiful coverage and light control.

Create Natural Beauty with Window Treatments in Ocean View, Delaware

If you prefer the natural beauty found when hiking and kayaking around Little Assawoman Bay and want to bring the same look to your home, Hunter Douglas has several options available. Woven wood shades, which can be made to operate like a roller shade or Roman shade, are made of grasses, reeds, and wood. These window treatments can have a lining attached to provide additional light control every time they are closed, or the lining can be made to operate separately.

Another natural option is wood horizontal blinds. Made of real wood, they can be stained rather than painted to allow the beauty of the woodgrain to show through. They offer several privacy options ranging from complete privacy when the slats are closed to partial privacy when the window covering is closed but the slats are open, to no privacy when the blind is raised. They also pair well with custom drapery or valances.

Whether you are settling into a condo in Cedar Bay or redecorating your new vacation home at Ocean View Beach Club, the Dream Team at Dreamweaver Interiors can help you create the perfect custom window treatments for your décor.

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