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Kris StuartAuthor Bio

Kris has been a window covering expert in the industry since 2001. He has expertise in a wide range of window covering matters, including repairs, installations, sales, and administration. In his free time, Kris loves to spend time with his wife and kids, making them laugh, travel together, and trying new hobbies.

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  • Single Cell vs. Double Cell Single Cell vs Double Cell Shades As one of the most popular window treatment choices around, cellular shades offer a number of benefits and customization options. One of those options includes single cell versus double cell construction. What does this mean and which option is best for you? Let Bloomin' ... Continue Reading
  • Blinds vs. Shades Blinds vs. Shades Are you better off with blinds, or are shades a smarter choice for window coverings? When it comes to window treatments, many homeowners aren’t sure whether to pick blinds or shades—or whether there’s even a difference! Bloomin' Blinds can help you decide. Difference between ... Continue Reading
  • Solar Shades vs. Roller Shades Solar Shades vs. Roller Shades To the untrained eye, roller shades and solar shades may not seem that different. After all, both cover a window in a single, simple sheet of material and operate with a roller and tube function, so many people assume they are different, interchangeable names for the same ... Continue Reading
  • The Difference Between Light Filtering and Room Darkening Shades grey and white bathroom At first glance, the terms “light filtering” and “room darkening” can seem like the same thing — as their names imply, they both block out light, right? While they may seem similar, each one accomplishes a very different function. If you choose one over the other without ... Continue Reading
  • How Motorized Window Treatments Can Reduce Sun Glare Motorized Window Treatments Long days are arguably most people’s favorite thing about spring and summer — that is until the sun casts a glare across their living room. Whether you’re watching TV in the den or sitting down for dinner, no one wants the sun shining in their face. Thankfully, window ... Continue Reading
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