Everyone should have a little fun with their products.
(Vocus) March 29, 2010
Blinds Chalet is stepping away from the traditional into a more artistic realm. The new line of art guild rods include hand blown glass and ceramic designs. “It’s a new arena for us,” says Chris Stanley of Blinds Chalet. “Everyone should have a little fun with their products.”
Blinds Chalet recently added a drapery hardware line to their standard offerings of window treatments and blinds. However, the art guild rods are by far the most extravagant of the new drapery rods. From tulips to glass blocks to ceramic vase endings, Blinds Chalet is putting a little flavor back into home decorating.
The Cherry Glass and Turquoise Glass Tulip 1” Drapery Rods are made from natural materials such as recycled metals, glass, ceramics, low V.O.C water based paints and stains for finishing. They are packaged with papers and cardboard to eliminate plastics, as is the entire line of art guild rods.
The clear glass block is also eco-friendly and adds a contemporary modern flair to window treatments and blinds. A cappuccino ceramic vase looks as if it could have washed up on the beach. With a smooth matte finish and copper edging, this product works well with natural tones, adding just a hint of flair. The blue ceramic fluted vase ending softens a window treatment with a bit of femininity. Lastly, the Monaco ceramic vase is a glazed finish that can work with both traditional rooms filled with antiques, or beach houses.
A 30% off discount makes this line of drapery rods even more appealing to consumers. “We’re excited about this new line,” says Stanley. “We’ve had fun choosing the products and we hope our customers are as satisfied as we are.”
For more information on Blinds Chalet or current trends in the industry:
Contact: Chris Stanley
Company: Blinds Chalet
Phone: 1-888-633-7840 or 480-633-7840
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