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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 Bedroom Curtains

A Complete Guide to Choosing the Right Bedroom…

The right type of curtains helps set the ambience of a room by filtering light while offering insulation and privacy. They also contribute to the overall room ...

1:15 pm, June 6, 2018

3 Essential Tips to Choose the Right Curtains for White Walls

3 Essential Tips to Choose the Right Curtains…

White walls are a popular trend these days in modern homes with sleek decor styles. They offer a clean background to experiment with different colours, texture...

4:54 am, May 6, 2018

How-to-Choose-the-Right-Blinds-for-a-Sunroom

How to Choose the Right Blinds for a…

A sunroom is an ideal place to enjoy great outdoor views and the sun while being sheltered from extreme weather conditions. It’s typically a room that’s attach...

4:53 am, May 4, 2018

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A sunroom is an ideal place to enjoy great outdoor views and the sun while being sheltered from extreme weather conditions. It’s typically a room that’s attached to a wall that leads to the home’s exterior and is surrounded by three glass walls or extra-large windows which let in a lot of light.

Even when you’ve designed a perfect custom sunroom, you need the right window treatments to control the light and privacy of your space. The final look that you create for your sunroom should also fit the style of the rest of your home decor. Blinds make an excellent choice as a window treatment for sunrooms in terms of style and performance. They come in various materials, colours, textures, and patterns to transform the look and feel of your space instantly.

In today’s blog post, we’ll give you some useful tips on choosing the right blinds for your sunroom that serve both aesthetic and functional purposes.

Factors to Consider Before Making a Purchase Decision

There are certain important factors that you need to focus on before making an investment.

  • Sun Exposure: Depending on the location or region you live in, you should consider the amount of sun exposure your sunroom has to endure. Also, focus on the direction of the windows of your sunroom when calculating the duration of sun exposure. This will help you to determine a suitable material for your blinds which can withstand the effects of harsh sunlight and keep the space cooler.

  • Size and Shape of Sunroom Windows: Note if you have small windows or uniquely shaped windows in your sunroom. You should choose the style of your blinds accordingly to enhance the look of your overall space.

  • Privacy: If your sunroom is located in a busy area, you require a variety of blinds that can provide enhanced privacy without obstructing light.

Different Types of Blinds for Sunrooms

  • Mini Blinds: Ideal for small windows, the slats of mini blinds can be opened at various angles. This lets you take control of how much light you want to allow into your space. It’s also a good way to protect your furniture from too much sun exposure.

  • Vertical Blinds: As the name suggests, these blinds come with vertical slats offering excellent light control. You can open them wide to get maximum light and outdoor view and create a focal point in your sunroom. UV coated vertical blinds are also a great choice for large window panes as they protect your furniture and your skin from the harmful UV rays by serving as a barrier. These blinds can also help you visually elongate the room if you have a low ceiling.

  • Cellular Blinds: If your sunroom is exposed to the sun for most of the time, cellular blinds are an ideal choice. Also known as honeycomb blinds, they’re made of two pieces of fabric which makes them the most energy efficient window treatment. They can block maximum light and keep the heat out of the room because of their insulating properties. Cellular blinds can also block noise to some extent and provide enhanced privacy.

Follow these tips and guidelines to select the right blinds for your sunroom. For high-quality custom-made blinds in Toronto from top brands, contact Centurian Window Fashions.

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A Complete Guide to Choosing the Right Bedroom Curtains

The right type of curtains helps set the ambience of a room by filtering light while offering insulation and privacy. They also contribute to the overall room decor by adding colour, texture, patterns, and a sense of dimension to the space. But there’s more functionality to consider other than aesthetics, privacy, and insulation when it comes to choosing curtains for a bedroom. This is because a wrong curtain choice can leave you waking up due to slight changes in light reception from external sources, and therefore, affect the quality of your sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, a nerve pathway from the eye’s retina to the hypothalamus area of the brain gets stimulated through exposure to light. The hypothalamus has a special centre known as the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) which functions like an internal clock. When SCN is stimulated, it affects the entire body by releasing stimulating hormones like cortisol and suppressing the sleep hormone, melatonin. It starts off regulated pattern of activities in the body as a result, waking you up in the middle of your sleep. This is why you need to choose your bedroom curtains carefully, so that they effectively block headlights, streetlights, and other sources of light filtering through your windows. In this guide, we’ve put together essential information to help you choose the right curtains for your bedroom so that it suits your needs. Choosing the Right Bedroom Curtain Material Home designers and window experts suggest using heavy fabrics for bedroom curtains as they provide enhanced light filtering, insulation, and privacy. Some of the common bedroom curtain fabrics considered by homeowners are silk, velvet, and lined fabric. Silk Curtains Silk is a good choice if you want to create a luxurious or formal look in your bedroom. This heavy fabric offers a rich texture and depth to your room. It also drapes well to accentuate your windows and complement your furnishings, thereby providing a very refined look to your space. Hang silk curtains using unique vintage or modern style hardware that suits the overall interior decor of your room. However, silk curtains are prone to sunlight damage. Make sure that your bedroom windows aren’t located in a direction that attracts too much sunlight if you want to opt for silk curtains. An alternative way to extend the life of silk curtains is to pair them with other window treatments like roman shades, roller shades or blinds. Velvet Curtains Velvet is a woven and tufted fabric. Its thick and dense fibres block light more efficiently than silk and provide enhanced insulation from cold and moisture. This fabric also helps to block dust and pollutants from entering the room, making it a healthier option for people who are allergic to such external elements. Another advantage of velvet curtains is their soundproofing characteristic, which is conducive to a quiet atmosphere in a bedroom. But a major disadvantage of this fabric is that though it blocks dust and microorganisms from entering your room, it’s susceptible to the accumulation …

3 Essential Tips to Choose the Right Curtains for White Walls

White walls are a popular trend these days in modern homes with sleek decor styles. They offer a clean background to experiment with different colours, textures, and patterns. However, pairing the right colours against a white background can be tricky, be it your window treatments, furnishing or accessories. Window treatments form a major part of the large accessories of your interiors as they add a secondary colour scheme to your room. In today’s post, we’ll provide you with some essential tips on how to choose the right curtain colours to coordinate with white walls. All White If you believe in ‘less is more’, choose white curtains for your white walls. To achieve the perfect styling, keep it simple, clean, and light.  Opt for a lightweight fabric like cotton, polyester, voile, wool, linen, faux silk, or organza. For a natural look and feel, cotton, wool, and linen are a good choice as the rough fibres provide a soft texture to the curtains. White curtains with patterns such as herringbone or chevron can be layered with neutrals to match the colour scheme of your room and add visual interest. Sheer curtains are the ideal choice if you want to keep your room bright and airy. Dark Colours It’s a growing trend to pair dark colours with white interiors. Dark colours like blue, charcoal or grey will help provide contrast and create a centre of attraction in your room. If you’re not afraid of experimenting with timeless styles, you can opt for black curtains to create a unique black and white colour scheme. Make your window treatment suitable for all seasons by layering it with sheers. During the summer season, you can simply draw open the dark curtains and control the light and privacy with the sheers. On the other hand, you can bring warmth to your interiors during the winter season as the dark curtains will provide insulation when drawn close. Interesting Patterns Colour block fabric or some interesting bright coloured patterns are a good way to spruce up an all-white room. Orange, aqua, red, lime, and lemon yellow are some refreshing colours you can consider for the patterns or colour blocks, complementing the furniture, upholstery, and other accessories of your home decor. Some More Tips Before choosing a colour for your curtains, always consider the different practical aspects of your window. If you want to block light and get enhanced privacy, choose dark colours. But for small or dark rooms, opt for light colours and sheers. Choose the length of the curtains depending on your aesthetic and functional preferences. Consider the window size, the width of the wall, and furniture style. If you choose solid colours, go for some textures to add more visual interest against the white wall. Try out different swatches of fabric to find what suits your interior style before making a purchase. Follow these tips and transform the look of your room with white walls. Make sure to purchase top quality fabric from reputed dealers in your …

How to Choose the Right Blinds for a Sunroom

A sunroom is an ideal place to enjoy great outdoor views and the sun while being sheltered from extreme weather conditions. It’s typically a room that’s attached to a wall that leads to the home’s exterior and is surrounded by three glass walls or extra-large windows which let in a lot of light. Even when you’ve designed a perfect custom sunroom, you need the right window treatments to control the light and privacy of your space. The final look that you create for your sunroom should also fit the style of the rest of your home decor. Blinds make an excellent choice as a window treatment for sunrooms in terms of style and performance. They come in various materials, colours, textures, and patterns to transform the look and feel of your space instantly. In today’s blog post, we’ll give you some useful tips on choosing the right blinds for your sunroom that serve both aesthetic and functional purposes. Factors to Consider Before Making a Purchase Decision There are certain important factors that you need to focus on before making an investment. Sun Exposure: Depending on the location or region you live in, you should consider the amount of sun exposure your sunroom has to endure. Also, focus on the direction of the windows of your sunroom when calculating the duration of sun exposure. This will help you to determine a suitable material for your blinds which can withstand the effects of harsh sunlight and keep the space cooler. Size and Shape of Sunroom Windows: Note if you have small windows or uniquely shaped windows in your sunroom. You should choose the style of your blinds accordingly to enhance the look of your overall space. Privacy: If your sunroom is located in a busy area, you require a variety of blinds that can provide enhanced privacy without obstructing light. Different Types of Blinds for Sunrooms Mini Blinds: Ideal for small windows, the slats of mini blinds can be opened at various angles. This lets you take control of how much light you want to allow into your space. It’s also a good way to protect your furniture from too much sun exposure. Vertical Blinds: As the name suggests, these blinds come with vertical slats offering excellent light control. You can open them wide to get maximum light and outdoor view and create a focal point in your sunroom. UV coated vertical blinds are also a great choice for large window panes as they protect your furniture and your skin from the harmful UV rays by serving as a barrier. These blinds can also help you visually elongate the room if you have a low ceiling. Cellular Blinds: If your sunroom is exposed to the sun for most of the time, cellular blinds are an ideal choice. Also known as honeycomb blinds, they’re made of two pieces of fabric which makes them the most energy efficient window treatment. They can block maximum light and keep the heat out of the room because …

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