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Light Control
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Blinds, Shades and Shutters

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We’ve seen it all — bay windows, rounded windows, converted church windows, trapezoids, squares, ovals. We’ve also dressed them all.

Ledger Hill

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Through the wide windows of their home, our Lutherville clients have a green, lush, expansive view overlooking what once was horse pastures. We dressed their indoor space with light and sheer fabrics to provide privacy in each room without sparing any of the view.

Beautifully Appointed Cottage in Linstead

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This beautifully appointed cottage is a peaceful refuge for a busy couple. From hosting family to offering a home away from home for Navy Midshipmen, this home is inviting, relaxing and comfortable.

A Masterpiece on the Severn

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A dream comes true — finding the perfect waterfront property! This home was built to capture the breathtaking views overlooking the Severn and our task was simple, design window treatments to frame the gorgeous view! 

Nantucket on the Bay

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From structured top treatments and functional, room-darkening panels to custom bedding and trim accents, no detail was left unaccounted for in this airy space.

Royal Oak on the Eastern Shore

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Thoughtful design addressed the privacy, light control and aesthetic needs of this custom Eastern Shore home designed by a local Annapolis architect. With all windows of the home facing either water or expansive fields, we preserved the view with functional panels.

Solomons Island Retreat

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Hanging panels complimented the height of these expansive windows. The home also presented opportunities for slipcovers, top treatments and Norman shutters.

Challenging Windows

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