What did Santa leave behind this year — dust and dirt on the curtains? a tear in the drapery? It can always be a little depressing when the holiday decorations are packed and put away. The rooms look bare and now you see your out-of-date drapes for what they really are. Well, it’s a New Year and time for new beginnings. If your window treatments are looking dusty and dull, Spindletop Draperies … [Read more...]
Is buying blinds online the best deal?
You’ve seen the ads for purchasing blinds online. I mean, who can deny the joy of seeing something on your computer screen, and two clicks later, it’s on its way to your doorstep! So easy, right? Well, over the years, Spindletop Draperies has found that you’re best served by making your window treatment purchases locally with a trained expert who can professionally handle: Taking … [Read more...]
Worst Decor of 2017…Looking toward 2018
As we look to 2018, let us take a moment to reflect on the best and worst décor trends of 2017. Some ideas we’ll take with us this year and even improve. Others should be buried in the history books—not to be seen for decades to come! Let’s begin with the Worst so we can fully put them in the past. Open Shelving. Although these trendy shelves look great for the décor magazine photo … [Read more...]
After the Holidays….
The holidays are full of festive parties, rooms filled with friends and decorations, guests visiting and an overall joyful ambiance. But once the final days of December hit, it can bring the decorating blues. As the tree and other decorations are removed, rooms now look dull and sparse. And as you reposition the furniture back into place you notice the window treatments you’ve had for years. The … [Read more...]
Get ready for the Holidays
Summer may have just ended, but the Holidays are right around the corner. Now is the time to get your home ready. Before the parties start and the guests begin to arrive, we have a few suggestions to make sure your living space is looking its best. Declutter living spaces where parties will be hosted and guests will be present. Take ten minutes a day to go through one room at a time … [Read more...]
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