Monthly Archives: June 2009

  1. How to Restring Bamboo Shades

    Although our bamboo shades are made to last a very long time without any repairs, sometimes things can happen and it may become necessary to restring one of your shades. If you should find your shade’s cord has broken, give us a call and one of our friendly Customer Support Specialists can assist you in obtaining some brand new cords. When you receive these here are a few simple steps that you can follow to put your window treatment back in working order:

     

    Traditional Cords:

    Check out this quick silent video to watch one of our experts:

    1. Cut your cords the correct length. The correct length is the sum of three measurements. a) On the back of the shade the height from the bottom cord ring to the headrail, b) The measurement from the headrail to the middle of the shade (1/2 way), and c) the measurement in width from the cor

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  2. Bamboo Blinds or Bamboo Shades: What is the Difference?

    Many times customers and businesses use the terms blind and shade synonymously. So when it comes to a Bamboo window treatment, this mixing of verbiage can cause confusion. Even we use the term interchangeable ways since and actual shade is usually what customers are looking for even if they search for bamboo blinds. So what is the difference? A shade is usually a piece of fabric or in this case, woven wood (bamboo, grass, reed, fabric, etc) that is raised and lowered in either a roman style, or a roll-up style (the former being more elegant generally). A blind, however, indicates thee are slats that tilt open and closed, like venetian blinds, mini blinds, etc, there are slats, made solely or primarily with bamboo. These slats may have a woven look, or may look very similar to a basswood blind - depending on how they are manufactured. True bamboo window blinds are much more of a niche product, since they are usually a bit more expensive than bass wood blinds, yet look similar (althou

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  3. Summer Window Coverings

    Now that summer is just around the corner and you have finished the spring-cleaning, it is time to start redecorating your home. The best place to start is your windows! Not only do the type of window treatments that you choose influence the look and tone of the room, but also they will help keep out the hot summer rays.Payless D�cor�s coolest looking (and feeling) blinds for summer would have to be our bamboo shades. I would have to recommend that you choose either a privacy or blackout liner to keep the temperature in the house down, but these shades are worth the investment. Despite what you may think, these shades will work with any d�cor from country rustic to sophisticated elegance.Our Premium, Designer, or Signature bamboo shade lines will offer you a choice of either a privacy or blackout liner that is permanently attached to the back of the bamboo (facing street side). By the way, they are attached using staples in the top of the headrail and then plastic anchors and fabric gl

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