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Window Blinds – Which White is Right?

October 10, 2012

Are you sitting and looking at a multitude of window blinds that are all labeled a different color, but all look white do you? You are definitely not alone! Choosing the right blinds is an important decision, but it is made quite complicated because there are so many options. This is especially true if you know you want something white, or a little off-white, but then you are faced with a ton of options like Cloud Nine, Sandstone, Sand Castle, Patagonian Glacier and Snow. Is there really a difference?

Choose the Right Shade for Your Window Blinds

Although most people look at a few swatches and do not see the difference between colors, a professional can definitely tell. Believe it or not, a very small shade variation can make a dramatic difference in a room. Rather than simply choose a hue so you can get the shade made, why not have a design expert help you?

Here at Danmer, we provide a free consultation, because we want you to be truly happy with your blinds. Rather than stare at blind swatches and guess which white shade will look best, let one of our experts come analyze your space and help you make the right decision. They will take measurements for you while they are there, too, so you can get the perfect fit.

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