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Curtains, Blinds & Shades
Install curtains, blinds, and shades throughout your home for privacy and control over the amount of light in any room. Companies such as Fauxwood Impressions and Karen Rhodes offer many styles and designs to choose from, and there are a variety of colors and patterns to complement any room.
Horizontal blinds easily open and close with a wand tilt. They lift and close just as easily with the pull or a cord. Made with embossed and faux wood finishes, blind slats blend well with a wide array of decor styles and color schemes. Choose from a selection of lengths and widths to accommodate any size window opening. Many blinds include matching wood or metal crown top molding for an extra boost of style.
Telescoping Curtain Rods
The hardware included with curtains, blinds, and shades makes them simple to install. Made with sturdy and durable wood or steel materials, most available curtain rods can hold even the heaviest curtain fabric. Hang them on a wide selection of brackets for added stability. Artistic finials at the ends of the rods range from flower designs to colorful shapes, providing a beautiful finishing touch. Their telescoping design allows them to be used for long as well as short window expanses.
Simple to install and use, roller blinds come in simple and clean white as well as various colors to match your office furniture and elegant Oriental designs with bamboo construction. Made with materials like wood and rice paper, these blinds both block excess light and harmful UV rays while allowing some radiant light to brighten up your room.
Mayer Mill Brass is a small family owned company starting out 35 years ago with one item
We have grown with an inventory now exceeding 600 pieces
We distribute this unique collection of fine gifts and accessories to over 2,000 stores worldwide while still maintaining our high standard of quality and service which may explain why we are still standing while so many other brass companies have floundered