Vertical blinds are dated, right?
We recently had new windows put in our home and now we need new window coverings.
I didn't realize how much depth we'd lose. We had 2" faux wood blinds throughout the second level of the house and they just will not fit as an inside mount anymore.
I know this is so superficial but I'm more concerned about how the windows look from the outside. I took a walk around my neighborhood and the houses which looked 'clean cut' to me still have vertical blinds. I couldn't believe there were so many.
Vertical blinds are dated, right? I don't like the look of them inside but they looked so uniform from the outside.
Here's my dilemma. We had a window covering company to come out and they wanted $2200 for fabric roller shades; We have 12 windows and maybe 2 of those windows are a standard size. I didn't want to spend nearly that much but is that pricing reasonable?
My husband told me that roller blinds were dated but I thought they were making a comeback.
Can anyone help? We have a colonial style home. The picture I included is NOT my home but the set up is virtually identical. This is a home that was for sale.