Douglas Spring Promotions
3 through June 17, 2012 for all offers listed. Offers
are for 2012 aligned dealers only.
Alustra® Collection within these product categories
- $100 for 1 unit
of Luminette® Privacy Sheers or Modern Draperies
- $100 for 2 units
of Silhouette® Window Shadings; $50 for each additional unit purchased
- $100 for 2 units
of Pirouette® Window Shadings; $50 for each additional unit purchased
- $100 for 2 units
of Duette® Architella® Top-Down/Bottom-Up Honeycomb Shades; $50 for each
additional unit purchased
- $50 for each
unit of Duette® Duolite™ Honeycomb Shades purchased
Free Lifting System Upgrade
A free upgrade to the new LiteRise® cordless lifting system for
Silhouette® Window Shadings will be available to all 2012 aligned dealers
A winning ticket is drawn last day of the month. Contact Debbie at (925) 858-0381 for tickets.
As new members of the Danville Chamber of Commerce, the Danville Interior Design Gallery invites you to share in our ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday October 20, 2011 at 5:30 PM!
Immediately following stay to enjoy wine, appetizers, and an exciting presentation by “Walla”! Please RSVP to (925) 858-0381
Thursday August 25, 2011 6PM-9PM
Join Danville Interior Design Gallery for appetizers, desserts, and fine wine!
And enter to win the Spaaahhh Basket designed for your pampering pleasure!
It’s a well known fact that paint is the most economical approach to not only improve the look of practically every surface in our homes but also lifts our spirits and impacts our mood! But what if you desire to use more costly materials like marble for your fireplace surround or dream of wood doors that serve as a warm, inviting, and visually pleasing entryway into each room of your home! You might soon realize it’s not in the budget since an interior wood door could cost $300-$500 each! Faux painting is the answer to creating the look you desire while respecting the budget!
Faux is the french word meaning “false”. This paint technique that is literally thousands of years old, can replicate materials and finishes on walls, ceilings, floors, doors, furniture, even fabrics when applied by a trained and professional faux painter! And instead of having the hassle of removing wallpaper, the faux painted wall is easily painted over!
Seeing is believing sometimes! Trompe l’ oeil means “trick the eye” in french! Other faux paint techniques are marbelizing, graining, venetian plaster, color wash, strie “stripe/streak”, and rag painting.
I work with many qualified individuals of various trade and am eager to share their talents with you! Our goal being the same as yours, to create an experience in your home! Please email for my resource contact information.
Have you thought about layering as a design strategy? It’s a beautiful and practical trend that’s growing in home fashion. Layering brings a mix of colors, textures and styles into perfect harmony and often provides important functionality.
Think soft rugs atop gleaming hardwood or tile floors in the living room and great room. Consider fluffy throws and textured pillows heaped on sleek sofas and, of course, lots of decorative pillows adorning your bed.
At the window, layering is key too, for both fashion and function. The first layer can be a light-filtering one, providing the soft diffusion of light, or it can provide privacy and light control. A myriad of shades or blinds can fill this need. Then add a decorative layer to finish the look, with soft treatments such as valances, draperies or Roman shades.
You’ll like the look when you layer your home fashions!
Excerpted from Hunter Douglas Newsletter
If you would like to know more about how this design strategy can help decorate your home, please feel free to give me a call to discuss,