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Centurian Window Fashions – Toronto’s Blinds and Window Coverings

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Centurian Window Fashions brings together an exclusive selection of custom shutters, blinds and drapes in a wide range of colour choices. Our showroom provides an extensive selection so you can pick the perfect decor fit for your home. Our one stop shop location is made so you don’t have to go shopping around for different brands at different places. Our collection lines consist of the top of the line window covering brands like Hunter Douglas, Shade O Matic, Levolor, Graber, Maxxmar, Robert Allen and many more.

Our wide range of branded window coverings, drapes, blinds and shutters can transform your home based on your tastes and style. We work hard to bring a repertoire of delicate designs in dignified shades under one roof so you can choose comfortably at the best prices.

Our experienced, trained and professional technicians stand by you to offer valuable advice during the entire process of consultation and installation. It starts from the time you give us a call or walk into our Vaughan showroom. Tell us your requirements and we will guide you through the journey of altering your home window fashions. From free in-home consultations to installation services, we offer the best in professional services in the entire Greater Toronto Area.

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Our window coverings and blinds are of the highest quality and durability. We ensure 100% satisfaction when it comes to our installation services. Our courteous after-sales services guarantee you’re enjoying your new chic window decors.

Without compromising on quality, we have put in hard work to bring you the best products at the best prices. Our products and services are cost effective, which makes us the top choice when it comes to your window fashions.

At Centurian, our aim is to provide you the best in terms of products and services. This is our unique selling feature that sets us apart and makes us different from the competition.

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Vaughan Showroom

3737 Major Mackenzie, Vaughan, ONL4H 0A2

Phone: 416-998-9993

Fax: 905-266-0677

STORE HOURS:

Monday to Friday: 10 AM to 5 PM

Saturday:10 AM to 4 PM

Private evening and weekend store/showroom appointments available upon request.

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6900 Airport Rd.Suite 203C Mississauga, ON L4V 1 E8

Phone: 647-668-2948

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Monday to Friday: 10 AM to 5 PM

Saturday: By Appointment Only

Private evening and weekend store/showroom appointments available upon request.

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Choosing the Right Window Shades to Prevent Sun…

Many glass windows are larger and wider than they have been in the past. This is a problem because windows are notorious heat reflectors and absorbents. A high...

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A Quick Guide to Selecting Window Treatments for…

When it comes to covering your kitchen windows, there are several choices available. A beautiful window over the kitchen sink is aesthetically delightful as it...

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4 Reasons You Should Consider Installing Stationary Curtains

If you’ve decided to opt for curtains or draperies to treat your windows, then you need to evaluate each window to find its ideal solution. A single type of cu...

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If you’ve decided to opt for curtains or draperies to treat your windows, then you need to evaluate each window to find its ideal solution. A single type of curtain style doesn’t work well for all kinds of windows. Depending on your needs (light and privacy), convenience and budget, you can choose between an operable or a stationary curtain style.

Stationary curtains are an excellent way to decorate your windows and accentuate your room. As the name suggests, these curtains are not operable which means they can’t be drawn open or closed. They are mainly decorative window treatments with fixed side panels that flank each side of the windows.

They can elevate the appearance of your home decor in several ways. In this blog post, we’ll discuss a few reasons why you should consider installing stationary curtains for specific windows.

  1. Make Windows Look Wider

Stationary curtains can make your narrow and oddly shaped windows appear wider. The trick is to extend the length of your curtain hardware beyond the width of your window and hang these curtains on each side. The curtains should provide framing on both sides of the window in such a way that the window glass is entirely exposed. A good wall space on each side of your window is ideal in creating the desired look.

You can either use a full-length rod or two short stationary rods or panels on both sides of the window. Choose a standard metal rod if your stationary curtains come with rod pockets or hooks; a thin pole rod if the curtains have rings sewn on the curtain header. Elbow rods with small finials on each end make a better choice for these curtains than thick pole rings with big finials.

  1. Frame Amazing Outside Views

If you have large windows or ceiling height windows that give you stunning outside view, stationary curtains make an ideal choice. Opt for sheer panels as the fabric won’t hinder the view. However, this is only a good choice if you live in a quiet area, nestled in a protective courtyard where privacy isn’t a big concern.

  1. Frame Radiators Beneath Windows

Treating windows with radiators is tricky. One of the best ways to do it is to cover the windows with a shade and hang stationary curtains from a rod on each side. While the shade will provide privacy and light control, the curtains will add a frame to the radiator without interfering with its functioning. They’ll also provide a soft texture and interest to the adjacent walls and the room overall. To discover more ways to cover windows with radiators below, read our previous post.

  1. Balance the Colour Scheme of Your Room

This is an often unrealized advantage of stationary panels. They can be used to lend an accent colour to your room and/or to soften the bold colours of walls or other window treatments. For example, you can beautifully design a cohesive look in your living room with large windows by pairing up a shade with stationary curtains. Choose a bright colour for the shade that matches or has the accent colours of your cushions, throw pillows, table cloths, etc. For the stationary curtains, select a colour that matches that of your furniture and upholstery items.

When decorating your windows, always consider the aspects of your windows first. In case you’re not sure how and where you should use stationary curtains for your home, write to us for free in-home consultation.

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Choosing the Right Window Shades to Prevent Sun Damage Indoors

Many glass windows are larger and wider than they have been in the past. This is a problem because windows are notorious heat reflectors and absorbents. A high-performance window absorbs ten times the heat during summer and loses ten times the heat during winter compared to a wall of equal dimensions. However, sunlight has its own downsides and dealing with UV rays is tricky as they’re present even when the sun isn’t shining on cloudy days. The harmful UV rays are responsible for discolouration and fading of your flooring, furniture, artwork, fabric, and paint. To combat the ruination of your valuables, proper window treatments are the only solution. In this blog post, we’ll guide you to finding the right window shades based on seasonal needs to protect your indoors from sun damage. Window Shade Options for Sunny Summers During the scorching heat of the summer months, it’s suggested to choose window shades that help shield the interiors and keep it cooler. Here are some of the ideal shades for summer. Exterior Solar Shades: Made from high-quality sun control fabrics, they’re the best window solution for extreme sun exposure. Exterior solar shades reduce heat absorption, blocks up to 97% UV rays and heat before light enters your space. The shade absorbs the heat and then dissipates it. They also look very stylish and elegant from the inside of the room. Solar Shades: They function as a protector against solar heat by diffusing the sunlight and blocking the harmful UV rays. Solar shades are energy-efficient and reduce glare. Skylight Shades: They block UV rays, reduce heat and control glare. Skylight shades are an economical window treatment that allows outward visibility while making your home more comfortable during the summer heat. Window Shade Options for the Winters With low temperatures during the winter months, you need to let in maximum sunlight to brighten up the indoors and save energy. It’s therefore essential to choose window treatments that help insulating the windows, keeping the room warm and preventing sun damage indoors. The following window shades are the best solutions during winter. Cellular Shades: Available in an interesting collection of fabric, they’re flexible window treatments to block sunlight. Also known as honeycomb shades, you can control the amount of light coming inside your room using these shades. They come with a cell size structure that helps prevent heat loss and maintain an ideal indoor temperature. Roman Shades: Available in several styles such as relaxed, tear drops, balloon, and cascading fold options, they provide a modern touch to your space. They adjust the temperature with the environment thereby helping you on your energy bills. If you’re still indecisive about which window shade option will best suit your home, consult professional window treatment experts. To shop for high-quality materials and the latest window shades from popular brands, visit our showrooms in Vaughan or Mississauga. Call us at 416-489-9990 to make an appointment.

A Quick Guide to Selecting Window Treatments for Kitchen Sink Window

When it comes to covering your kitchen windows, there are several choices available. A beautiful window over the kitchen sink is aesthetically delightful as it allows the warm daylight inside your space and brightens it up. But choosing the right window treatment for a kitchen sink window is often tricky because of its location. You need to choose your kitchen window treatments carefully so that they’re fashionable yet durable, easy-to-clean, and resistant to moisture and heat. In this blog post, we’ll guide you through the suitable solutions so that you make the right purchasing decision for your kitchen sink windows. Blinds They’re a flexible window treatment and are available in various styles and varieties. Since the area in and around the kitchen sink sees a significant amount of splashes, faux wood and vinyl blinds make a better choice than real wood blinds. If you’re fond of wood textures, you can select faux wood blinds that mimic wood grain patterns. They’re durable and can be easily cleaned. They can also complement your kitchen cabinetry, furniture and interior decor well. Depending on the size and shape of your window, you can opt for horizontal or vertical blinds. Shades There are different types of shades available and you need to consider a few things to find the right covering that suits your kitchen window. For Street-Facing Kitchen Window: Privacy is a concern when your kitchen sink window faces the street or your house is located in a crowded area. Therefore, you need a window treatment that will let in light while providing adequate privacy to your space. Solar shades are an excellent option in this case. These eco-friendly shades are available in various colours, designs, and styles to give your space a contemporary makeover. They provide enhanced privacy while allowing incoming light. They also reduce glare and protect your interior from harmful UV rays. It’s easy to clean these shades and they are resistant to water damage. Some solar shades come with the added advantage of antimicrobial properties to resist the growth of bacteria, and mold. For Window that’s the Only Light Source: If your kitchen sink window is the sole window in your kitchen, it’s important to select a covering that won’t obstruct natural light from coming in. A light-weight window treatment is what you’ll need. If privacy isn’t an issue, opt for sheer shades.  For Kitchen Window with Amazing Outside View: If your kitchen sink window offers a beautiful view of the outside, you can opt for a waterproof roman shade, woven wood shade or a cellular shade. They can be completely pulled or rolled up which makes them convenient when you wash your dishes while enjoying the outside view. These window treatment options are ideal if your house is surrounded by a protective courtyard or is located in an area where privacy isn’t a big concern. Cafe Curtains Cafe curtains are a low-cost solution for your kitchen sink window. To keep your kitchen airy and bright, you can choose cafe …

4 Reasons You Should Consider Installing Stationary Curtains

If you’ve decided to opt for curtains or draperies to treat your windows, then you need to evaluate each window to find its ideal solution. A single type of curtain style doesn’t work well for all kinds of windows. Depending on your needs (light and privacy), convenience and budget, you can choose between an operable or a stationary curtain style. Stationary curtains are an excellent way to decorate your windows and accentuate your room. As the name suggests, these curtains are not operable which means they can’t be drawn open or closed. They are mainly decorative window treatments with fixed side panels that flank each side of the windows. They can elevate the appearance of your home decor in several ways. In this blog post, we’ll discuss a few reasons why you should consider installing stationary curtains for specific windows. Make Windows Look Wider Stationary curtains can make your narrow and oddly shaped windows appear wider. The trick is to extend the length of your curtain hardware beyond the width of your window and hang these curtains on each side. The curtains should provide framing on both sides of the window in such a way that the window glass is entirely exposed. A good wall space on each side of your window is ideal in creating the desired look. You can either use a full-length rod or two short stationary rods or panels on both sides of the window. Choose a standard metal rod if your stationary curtains come with rod pockets or hooks; a thin pole rod if the curtains have rings sewn on the curtain header. Elbow rods with small finials on each end make a better choice for these curtains than thick pole rings with big finials. Frame Amazing Outside Views If you have large windows or ceiling height windows that give you stunning outside view, stationary curtains make an ideal choice. Opt for sheer panels as the fabric won’t hinder the view. However, this is only a good choice if you live in a quiet area, nestled in a protective courtyard where privacy isn’t a big concern. Frame Radiators Beneath Windows Treating windows with radiators is tricky. One of the best ways to do it is to cover the windows with a shade and hang stationary curtains from a rod on each side. While the shade will provide privacy and light control, the curtains will add a frame to the radiator without interfering with its functioning. They’ll also provide a soft texture and interest to the adjacent walls and the room overall. To discover more ways to cover windows with radiators below, read our previous post. Balance the Colour Scheme of Your Room This is an often unrealized advantage of stationary panels. They can be used to lend an accent colour to your room and/or to soften the bold colours of walls or other window treatments. For example, you can beautifully design a cohesive look in your living room with large windows by pairing up a …

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