Window coverings can be transformative for a space. They affect the style, lighting, and temperature of a room, as well as add visual interest to an otherwise underutilized design space. Blinds of All Kinds, located in Rockledge, has fostered a reputation by helping countless customers transform their rooms by choosing the perfect shutters, blinds, shades, or curtains, but there are some projects they have taken on that raise the stakes of a room transformation to new heights.
Sonja Polster, Director of Operations and designer for Blinds of All Kinds, is no stranger to redesigns, but one of the most interesting and creative of these endeavors involve rooms that most never really consider as an opportunity for transformation: In this case, a walk-in closet and a utility room. Starting with the faux wrought-iron pieces that Blinds of All Kinds offers; paint, textures, wallpaper were then brought in to create a fully stocked wine cellar, complete with a mural of a Tuscan countryside.
This unique project is just one example of how these products can be used for any space. Faux iron can be used for a window covering, or placed above a doorway for a creative and transformative focal point. The fabric used for curtains or drapes can then be used for accent pieces around the room, such as on pillows or duvet covers. The team at Blinds of All Kinds proves that inspiration and creativity, combined with the follow through they are known for, can give birth to some truly unique designs.
Blinds of All Kinds in Rockledge has been serving the community since 1983. Offering products and services for every window covering need, from Hunter Douglas blinds, shutters and shades to custom draperies, the dedicated team at Blinds of All Kinds has gained a shining reputation as the go-to store for anyone looking to update their home.