There are a few things you need to know when starting your shopping experience. First, every home is different – the amount of light it gets (direction the front of the house faces), size of home, size of room, and individual style. Kanter's Carpet & Design Center provides custom blinds and window coverings so no matter your home's specific needs, we have the perfect option for you. Everyone wants a product to fit their budget, décor and lighting needs, which is why our team is more than capable of explaining the differences and benefits of each product in our showroom.
Here are a few things to check:
- Locate the sources of light in your home: Knowing what direction the front of your house faces will help a lot in this process. Figuring out if the morning or afternoon sun is more intense on your home is the first step. Knowing where your windows are and how much (if any) tree cover your property has will affect how quick a room will heat up on you. The more sun your flooring and furniture is exposed to, the higher chance the pigments will bleach or fade over time.
- Know your budget: There’s always a cap on how much you want or would like to spend on a home renovation. Going into this process with a clear price range will help us steer you to the best window treatment for your home based on your décor, need and budget.
Our team has years of experience with window treatments and custom blinds, so
don’t hesitate to give us a call or email us any questions you have. Kanter’s
Carpet & Design Center is a full-service design center helping many
interior designers find the perfect blinds, window treatments, and flooring
they need. Our family-owned showroom has been proud to serve homeowners and
businesses throughout Westchester County and Beyond. We serve Greenwich and
Westport, CT; White Plains, Armonk, Bedford Hills, Briarcliff, Chappaqua,
Tarrytown, Larchmont, Rye, Scarsdale, Bronxville, Harrison, Irvington, Dobbs
Ferry, Eastchester, Mamaroneck, New Rochelle, Pleasantville, NY, and the
surrounding Westchester County communities.