Lori Auguste, Window Covering Specialist and Designer
When you choose Saddleback Design, you’re teaming with a family owned business that has provided design and installation of flooring, countertops and window covering products for more than 20 years. By providing an abundance of sound advice, quality choices and personal attention, our staff excels at exceeding expectations and satisfying customers.
CUSTOMIZE YOUR NEW HOME
Saddleback Design offers a large selection of custom Hunter Douglas window treatments, including sheers and shadings, honeycomb shades, shutters, horizontal blinds, vertical blinds, Roman shades, roller shades, and woven wood shades. Saddleback has window packages with options for all price points for your customers' new homes.
VISIT OUR SHOWROOM
We can make all of your interior finishes and window covering selections here at our showroom during your design appointments.
WE MAKE IT SIMPLE
Saddleback has a schedule of your home as the construction process progresses. This ensures that we're able to get your window coverings selected, measured and ordered on time so that they are able to be installed directly after closing.
MAKE YOUR GUESTS FEEL AT HOME
Some guest rooms seem like an afterthought, with a mishmash of furniture and linens and a closet full of stuff, while others are carefully planned to help visitors feel pampered and comfortable. Think your guest room could use some TLC? Don’t worry, it’s easy to make a guest room more inviting, and it doesn’t have to do with the size of the room or the cost of the elements in it. It’s much more about the details you include to add comfort and function.
A WARM AND NATURAL LOOK
Earth tones are comfortable, rich looking and warm, adding harmony and coziness to a home environment. An earth tone palette can go with almost any decorating style – smooth and sophisticated, rough and rustic, or dainty and feminine. It all depends on the specific hues you select and the style of the home elements you purchase. Using lighter versions of earth tones will create a more lustrous, natural look.
PUT A NEW SLANT ON YOUR DÉCOR
Most structural components of a house are organized on a horizontal and vertical grid, including floors, walls, ceilings, windows and doors. In addition, most furniture and home design elements are square or horizontal. Why not think creatively and introduce an item or two on the diagonal?
In the architecture of your home, diagonals can be planned in:
– Angled top windows
– Angled mullions in windows
– The design of beams in the ceiling
– Angled walls, creating a non-rectangular room