Home design and decor trends are always evolving and changing just like fashion and food trends. While wrought iron is considered timeless, it’s rise in popularity recently can be seen throughout home decor to achieve multiple styles. Wrought iron can provide a beautiful and traditional old world feel; a clean, modern finish; or even a warm, inviting country style. The processes for making wrought iron were devised during the Industrial Revolution and it’s a great material to work with because it gets stronger the more you heat and shape it.
Roses are red, Violets are blue, Here’s some home improvement gifts, just for you. Every DIYer out there knows that home improvements are gifts that never end. If you’re looking for a creative, fun and inspiring way to show your love for your loved one this Valentine’s Day, then you don’t have to look any further. We’ve compiled a list of 10 home improvement ideas/products that will definitely get your adoration across.
One of the best upgrades you can make to your door is by adding Enclosed Blinds. These blinds are in-between the glass panels which offers many benefits over traditional door blinds. We’ve helped homeowners across the country transform their doors with blinds between glass and the results are amazing. What is even better yet is how easy it is to do this project yourself. We of course offer our world class installation service for installing glass, but if you’re outside the coverage zone or you just love DIY projects, you can tackle this on your own in less than an hour. Take a look at our guide on how easy it is to install Enclosed Blinds from ODL.
Your home’s entryways is like the front cover of a book. It speaks volumes and sets the tone for the experience throughout your home. It’s the first thing people see as they approach and it’s the last moment they have before they leave. The entrance is the focal point for your homes curb appeal. So, we take it pretty serious. That’s why we work hard to make sure your getting the most out of your entryway, and that starts with the door. Specifically, the door glass.
If you have patio doors in your home, you understand what a huge benefit they can be to your home. The most noticeable is all the natural sunlight it lets into your living space. But there is also the benefit of opening up the doors and letting that fresh air flow throughout. However, we want to help you take your patio doors to the next level. We’ve got 2 DIY projects you can knock out in a couple hours that will make you fall in love with your patio doors all over again.
Blinds have become a staple in every household. It’s almost a necessity in order to control your home’s privacy. Blinds are easy to install and come in all sorts of sizes, shapes, colors, and applications for you to get the perfect look depending on the window you’re working on. However, there has been a big miss in the blinds market. The problem with blinds is that they don’t really work on doors. Any door that has a window in it could benefit from blinds, but when you put blinds on a door, you run into all sorts of annoying problems.
That’s why you’ve gotta see how great these Enclosed Blinds are. ODL literally took traditional blinds and built them inside glass panels for your door. The outcome is incredible. Here are the top 7 reasons why you should consider upgrading your door with blinds between glass.
Controlling your homes privacy is important and that’s why patio blinds have become very popular in recent years. We see it very common especially for those that have double doors leading to their patio area. Better yet, getting blinds that are in-between the glass panels gives you a bunch of added benefits that traditional door blinds don’t offer. That’s why we’re going to go through how easy it is to install enclosed blinds on your patio doors by replacing your existing door glass with a glass insert that has blinds in-between the glass. You’re going to love the new look!
There’s a new product making it’s way to homeowners everywhere, and it’s called Blink | Blinds + Glass. This new product is a game changer. It is the next generation of blinds that are in-between the glass panels creating the ultimate blinds solution for all of your glass doors and windows. Blink | Blinds + Glass, Enclosed Blinds, and Add-On Blinds are all blinds that are sealed inside the glass panels. Traditionally, blinds have been on the outside of the glass, usually hung on a door frame or window frame to generate some control on your privacy levels. These blinds are already inside the glass!
Warmer months mean a lot of things for homeowners; outdoor activities, lawn care, home improvement projects, the list goes on. Taking full advantage of the opportunities the fresh air brings is vital to maximizing the use and comfort of your home. And actually, that’s why we love retractable screen doors. Retractable screens are the perfect solution for homeowners looking to maximize the benefits that warm fresh air brings to our daily lives. We love retractable screens so much, that we put together a list of all the great reasons you should get one onto your entryways immediately.