Plan for Child Safety

Plan for Child Safety

by Sherri Tafoya – Custom Blinds & Design   It’s smart to think about child safety when you select design elements for your home. It’s a good time to focus on this important topic – especially when it comes to selecting design elements for your...
Monochromatic Palette – A Simple Way to Color Your Home

Monochromatic Palette – A Simple Way to Color Your Home

Applying a monochromatic or one-color palette is one of our favorite ways to add style and luxury to any room. It’s also one of the easiest ways to experiment with color and achieve harmony in space. Monochromatic color schemes may use only one color, but in all...
5 Big Impacts for 5 Small Spaces

5 Big Impacts for 5 Small Spaces

Think small, but go big!  These five thoughtful enhancements for the smallest areas of your home will surely give you a great personality! 1.  Empty Corners: Utilize those out-of-traffic areas not being used as a small office hub.  Laptops and iPads are compact enough...
5 Tips to Mix Patterns and Textures Like a Designer

5 Tips to Mix Patterns and Textures Like a Designer

Mixing patterns and textures is a great way to personalize your space and add interest to any room, making your home feel more established and inviting.  Use your upholstery, rugs, pillows, draperies, ottomans, wall papers, and accessories to apply different textures...
Springtime Can Be “Glaring”

Springtime Can Be “Glaring”

by Sherri Tafoya – Custom Blinds & Design This is the time of year where we get a lot of phone calls and questions about glare. You know, when the sun comes through your windows at an angle that can be really bothersome? It makes you squint your eyes and wish you...
Questions from a Home Show…(and throughout the year!)

Questions from a Home Show…(and throughout the year!)

by Susan Hall – Design Consultant, Custom Blinds & Design We’ve just finished a few home shows, and one of the main things people ask us is: “What do I put on a door? Patio doors, sliding doors, French doors…” We can help you think outside of the...