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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

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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

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

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A Quick Guide to Choosing the Right Fabric…

Roman blinds are a popular window treatment as they enhance the aesthetic appeal of different styles of homes. They’re available in a wide variety of colours, ...

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How to Coordinate Curtains with Your Feature Wall

A feature wall is mostly treated as the focal point in a room and it offers excellent opportunities to liven up your space with colours and patterns. However, ...

7:23 am, April 5, 2018

4 Stylish Ways to Treat Corner Windows

4 Stylish Ways to Treat Corner Windows

Corner windows offer a great source of natural lighting and outdoor views in residential spaces. But these windows can be very tricky to decorate when it comes...

11:07 am, April 2, 2018

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Corner windows offer a great source of natural lighting and outdoor views in residential spaces. But these windows can be very tricky to decorate when it comes to treating them with window coverings. Not every kind of window treatment works with these windows. It’s important to first determine your aesthetic and functional preferences before buying corner window treatments.

In today’s blog post, we’ll guide you through some simple yet stylish ways to treat corner windows in your home.

  1. Hang Semi-Sheer Curtains

Since corner windows allow a lot of light inside a room depending on the location in your home, don’t cut out the natural light by hanging heavy draperies. Treat the corner windows as a single unit to create a unifying look and use semi-sheer or sheer curtains instead to cover them. Sheer curtain panels are airy, decorative and are available in a wide variety of colours and patterns to suit all styles of living areas. They also provide a certain level of privacy without compromising on incoming light intensity.

Use 90-degree adapters with your hanging rods to create the illusion of an ongoing window from one wall to another wall. Hang the sheer curtains and gather one on each side of the unit. When you don’t want to keep the curtains open, say for example at night, you can simply pull them across in the middle for privacy.

  1. Use Valances

If your corner windows are tall and large, window treatments like valances are the right choice when you don’t want to cover their entire height. Choose a heavy fabric valance with loops and tassels. It’ll help create the illusion of a smooth turn at the corner providing a coherent appearance to the whole set of windows. A valance will also help add a visual interest to the room decor.

  1. Install Blinds

Vertical blinds are an excellent solution when you have a small wall gap between your corner windows. Depending on your preference, you can either opt for an inside or an outside mount mechanism. However, if you don’t have a wall gap between the windows, an inside mount roller blind or a Venetian blind is a more suitable choice. Each of these blinds will provide a beautiful streamlined look to your windows and the overall room.

  1. Consider Layered Treatments

To add more style and introduce a designer look to your corner windows, you can pair up two different kinds of window treatments. For example, you can layer blinds with curtains or sheers. The blinds will provide enhanced privacy when pulled down while the sheers or open curtains won’t hinder incoming light or outdoor views. You can also try the stylish combination of draperies with valances or window scarves.

For more corner window treatment ideas, you can check Pinterest. At Centurian Window Fashions, we offer an exclusive selection of branded and custom blinds, shutters, and drapes to fit all window designs and interior styles.

Our experienced team of professionals is always committed to give you the right advice regarding window solutions based on your various needs and budgets.

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A Quick Guide to Choosing the Right Fabric for Roman Blinds

Roman blinds are a popular window treatment as they enhance the aesthetic appeal of different styles of homes. They’re available in a wide variety of colours, patterns, fabrics and can give any drab space an instant makeover. If you’re thinking of having custom-made roman blinds for your windows, the choice of fabric is one of the most critical aspects of the whole process. Although it depends on your personal preference, you should still consider a few factors when choosing fabric for your custom roman blinds. In today’s blog post, we’ll provide a quick guide to choosing the right fabric for roman blinds for your home. Why is Fabric Material Important? Several things depend on the kind of fabric you choose for roman blinds such as translucency, ease of operation, and the finished look in terms of colour and pattern. It’s advisable to avoid choosing very heavy-weight fabrics with embellishments for your blinds because they can make retracting difficult on a regular basis. Also, if you want the folds of the fabric to sit beautifully on top of each other when the blinds are drawn open, heavyweight or thicker fabrics makes for a poor choice. Some of the best and popular fabrics for roman blinds are cotton, polyester, linen, silk, brocade, acrylic, and rayon. Cotton is a versatile choice especially when you’re looking for a traditional look for your home. For a more sophisticated and luxurious appearance, you can opt for silk and brocade fabric. If you want something airy and breathable, then linen (made of natural fibres) and rayon (a blend of natural and synthetic fibres) are good choices. Acrylic is an apt choice if you want to maintain a hypoallergenic environment in your home, while polyester is a durable and affordable fabric that’s easy to care and maintain. Factors to Consider When Buying Fabric Colour: As roman blinds add visual interest to your space, you should be careful when choosing the colour of the fabric. Keep in mind the colour scheme of your room, including the colour of your walls, furniture, and other accessories. Also, note that light colours usually make your room appear more spacious while dark colours make it appear smaller.  Texture: If you want to make a bold statement, you can go for textured fabrics with a robust weave. However, make sure not to invest in a heavily embroidered textured fabric as it can easily get damaged with regular operation. Patterns: Based on the height of your windows, you can choose patterns for your roman blinds. Vertical stripes help create the illusion of an elongated window. For narrow windows, you can opt for horizontal and chequered patterns. You can also select some geometric, botanical themed patterns or abstract patterns. Make sure to take your room and window size into consideration when choosing any patterns. Don’t go for oversized patterns as they can overwhelm the rest of your interior decoration. Lining: This is a secondary fabric that’s sewn to the back of the primary fabric of the …

How to Coordinate Curtains with Your Feature Wall

A feature wall is mostly treated as the focal point in a room and it offers excellent opportunities to liven up your space with colours and patterns. However, if you have a single window or multiple windows right beside your feature wall and you want to cover them with curtains, the task becomes challenging! When selecting curtains to match your feature wall, you need to focus not only on the look you want to create for the overall room but also the purpose they need to serve. In today’s blog post, we’ll share some useful tips to help you to coordinate curtains with your feature wall. Embrace Monochrome Magic If your wall features a solid colour without patterns, opt for curtains in solid colours as well. Choose either a lighter or a darker shade of the same colour that your wall features. For example, if your feature wall is royal blue, you can select powder blue for your curtains. Go for Versatile Neutrals Neutral colours ideally soften the effect of strong colours. If your wall features a very bold and dark colour like purple or plum, neutral coloured curtains are the best pick for coordination. Neutral colours work really well with almost all options, including other neutral tones. There’s a wide variety of neutral colours to choose from depending on the shade of your feature wall. If the wall is painted in a warm shade, the top colour selections for the curtains should be white, beige, ivory, butter cream or champagne. For walls with a cool shade, dove grey, taupe or oyster colours are a perfect match. It’s preferable to choose a solid neutral colour for the curtains when you have patterns designed on your wall. To make the coordination more visually interesting, you can add a band of fabric that matches the colour or shade of the wall on the top or bottom hem. However, if your wall is painted in a solid colour, you can select neutral coloured curtains in fabrics that come with tone-on-tone printed patterns. Choose Contrasting Colours Contrasting colour schemes are classic but you must use them carefully. Note that when using contrasting colours, they can end up looking too stark if you pair a solid coloured feature wall with solid coloured curtains. You should opt for curtains that mix neutrals with fabric patterns in a similar shade as that of the wall to temper the contrast. For example, if you have green walls, choose white or ivory curtains with patterns in shades of complementary green. Similarly, for a blue feature wall, choose an orange curtain with white or ivory patterns. When selecting the fabric for your curtains, make sure you consider the functional aspect based on the amount of light the room receives. If you want to keep your room bright with natural light, choose a lightweight fabric such as cotton, polyester, silk, faux silk or sheers. To block incoming light, opt for heavier fabrics such as velvet, linen or wool. Contact Centurian Window …

4 Stylish Ways to Treat Corner Windows

Corner windows offer a great source of natural lighting and outdoor views in residential spaces. But these windows can be very tricky to decorate when it comes to treating them with window coverings. Not every kind of window treatment works with these windows. It’s important to first determine your aesthetic and functional preferences before buying corner window treatments. In today’s blog post, we’ll guide you through some simple yet stylish ways to treat corner windows in your home. Hang Semi-Sheer Curtains Since corner windows allow a lot of light inside a room depending on the location in your home, don’t cut out the natural light by hanging heavy draperies. Treat the corner windows as a single unit to create a unifying look and use semi-sheer or sheer curtains instead to cover them. Sheer curtain panels are airy, decorative and are available in a wide variety of colours and patterns to suit all styles of living areas. They also provide a certain level of privacy without compromising on incoming light intensity. Use 90-degree adapters with your hanging rods to create the illusion of an ongoing window from one wall to another wall. Hang the sheer curtains and gather one on each side of the unit. When you don’t want to keep the curtains open, say for example at night, you can simply pull them across in the middle for privacy. Use Valances If your corner windows are tall and large, window treatments like valances are the right choice when you don’t want to cover their entire height. Choose a heavy fabric valance with loops and tassels. It’ll help create the illusion of a smooth turn at the corner providing a coherent appearance to the whole set of windows. A valance will also help add a visual interest to the room decor. Install Blinds Vertical blinds are an excellent solution when you have a small wall gap between your corner windows. Depending on your preference, you can either opt for an inside or an outside mount mechanism. However, if you don’t have a wall gap between the windows, an inside mount roller blind or a Venetian blind is a more suitable choice. Each of these blinds will provide a beautiful streamlined look to your windows and the overall room. Consider Layered Treatments To add more style and introduce a designer look to your corner windows, you can pair up two different kinds of window treatments. For example, you can layer blinds with curtains or sheers. The blinds will provide enhanced privacy when pulled down while the sheers or open curtains won’t hinder incoming light or outdoor views. You can also try the stylish combination of draperies with valances or window scarves. For more corner window treatment ideas, you can check Pinterest. At Centurian Window Fashions, we offer an exclusive selection of branded and custom blinds, shutters, and drapes to fit all window designs and interior styles. Our experienced team of professionals is always committed to give you the right advice regarding window …

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