NOVEMBER 26, 2020 - COVID-19 Update - Learn More

We are experiencing high call volumes and longer than normal wait times due to COVID-19. Skip the wait and check your order status online.

We are Committed to You, Our Customers

While all of us; our customers, our families and our loved ones, navigate the day by day changes that sweep the daily news regarding Covid-19, we want to assure you that we are open and adhering to all guidelines and best practices set by the CDC and with our local government.

Our Design Experts and Customer Service associates are prepared, knowledgeable and fully able to work remotely and carry out the same remarkable product guidance and service you've known for years.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I order Samples?

We are now able to fulfill a limited selection of free sample requests and plan to expand this assortment as soon as we can. You can view sample availability on each product page. In order to ensure the safety of our employees, we have reduced the number of people allowed in our warehouse to guarantee appropriate social distancing. This may mean that you may experience slower delivery than normal, and we appreciate your patience.

If you would like help, have questions, or even have pics of your space, our design experts can totally work with that.

Will Product Orders be Delayed?

We are closely communicating with all of our providers and facilities to provide our customers the most up-to-date information on all of our window treatments. You can look at your product's page to get an estimate of current production times (as you normally would).

Our Commitment to Safety

We are in this together and we take the health and safety of our employees and our customers seriously. With that, we will let you know that in following the directive of our local government, we are complying with a Stay Home — Work Safe order as well as with best practices provided by the CDC. To accomplish this, we are working safely and remotely to get you decorating advice, step-by-step measuring and installation instructions and assistance with orders.

Traditional Interior Design Style

Traditional open floor plan living room and office with a gray sofa facing a wall with abstract art above a wood desk flanked by two large windows with white wood blinds and orange barrel chairs in front of each window.

The traditional style of decorating is a timeless statement. Traditional decorating style is comfortable, taking inspiration from the past. Furniture placement is predictable and follows the axis of the room. For example, the living room sofa will either face the fireplace or be perpendicular to the fireplace, facing another seating arrangement. Furniture is placed in groupings to initiate conversation. Pillows and traditional furnishings with rounded edges emphasize a cozy feeling with classic lines and understated details.

Colors in a traditional room are subdued. Deeper hues are found near the floor, with lighter colors featured as the eye travels upward — think creams and beiges with hints of muted blues and greens. The more formal a space, the richer the hue in both the furniture and wall color. Another popular choice in traditional design is crisp white or ivory trim, which works in the form of crown moldings or baseboards. Formal spaces may feature a chair rail, picture molding, or wainscoting as a statement design element.

Dark wood tones are also common in traditional design. Mahogany, maple, cherry, and walnut are prevalent in this style. Anchor a room with a beautiful rug — just make sure it's correctly scaled for your space!

Traditional window treatments are refined and elegant. Plantation shutters work beautifully in this type of space, and other popular styles include layering natural woven wood shades or roman shades with draperies. A quick tip: don't "match" the roman shade fabric to your upholstery — it should complement the color palette, not copy it.

Hardware details in traditional design feature oil-rubbed bronze or pewter tones. Choose metals with texture, tarnish, or patina to complement a traditional design style. Accessories are selected in pairs and placed around the room. Artwork should be displayed at eye level and smaller pieces can be arranged in groupings in similar frames. Mirrors will be a statement piece in a focal area and foliage will be simple and sculptural.