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It is possible to get the designer look that you are looking for without spending top dollar on them. Today’s video will show you a very nice roller shade, though it started quite basic. Simply by sewing on a horizontal banding to the bottom edge with the same material as the drapery that sits to the side of it, we were able to come up with a well-coordinated window treatment without breaking the bank.

In the end, it’s still a roller shade. It acts like a roller shade, just rolling up and down at the customer’s whim, but by adding that banding, it took something that looked “functional” and turned it into something of a conversation piece. The process of deciding how to do this window covering was actually a little complicated. It started as a discussion of valances and ended up as a functioning shade. Sometimes, clients only have an idea of what they are looking for, and a good designer’s job is to probe their minds and help them figure out what will best suit their needs. In order to see the reaction of the homeowner, follow this link.

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