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Real Homes & Projects: Roller Shade Install in San Rafael

Window-ology recently installed three roller shades and a slide-vue at this beautiful home in San Rafael. The shades were a great choice because they provided both privacy and light filtering without interfering with the sweeping views of San Pablo Bay. The beige shades also matched the tones of the walls and floors for one streamlined look.

A large arched window provides a sweeping view of the San Pablo Bay in San Rafael, California. The window sits in a bathroom wall, over a white oval tub. A painting of the Golden Gate Bridge hangs on the right wall, while a wrought-iron towel rack sits on the left, piled high with fluffy towels.

A ladder stands next to a window, with an electric drill perched on top. Window-ology installer, Ed, fiddles with brackets before mounting them to the wall.
A small, overweight Yorkshire terrier with a braid puts her nose into a sweatshirt, which is stuffed in a bright red tool bag that sits on the cream-colored carpet among scatter tools.
Window-ology installer, Ed, perches on a short blue ladder to measure a beige window roller shade. His drill is balanced on top of his ladder, and there is a queen bed to his left, covered in orange-accented bedsheets and pillows.
Left: A white bathroom door with a gold handle opens into a beige-walled bedroom. The slide-vue shade is pulled back from the sliding glass door, allowing light to spill into the room. A nightstand sits next to the bed, with a sea-green lamp and white lampshade. Right: A trim-color yellow, black, and red hammer sits on a short blue ladder in a beige-walled bedroom next to the stairs.
Window-ology installer, Ed, sits on the floor assembling the slide-vue shade. The shade lays on the floor, cutting the frame diagonally. Brackets are scattered around.
Left: A drill sits upright on a cream-colored carpet with a nail attached to the bit. Around the drill are scattered a partially-extended measuring tape, brackets, and other parts. Right: In a tiled, fawn-colored bathroom, light pours in through the window and spills onto the large oval built-in tub and towels sitting on a wrought-iron rack.
A large arched window provides a sweeping view of the San Pablo Bay in San Rafael, California. A white, sheer roller shade is partially extended over the top. The window sits in a bathroom wall, over a white oval tub. A painting of the Golden Gate Bridge hangs on the right wall, while a wrought-iron towel rack sits on the left, piled high with fluffy towels.
The camera faces a sliding glass door straight on. A tan slide-vue shade covers the right half of the door, which leads to a balcony overlooking the San Pablo Bay in San Rafael, California. A queen bed is in the right foreground, covered with a fuzzy orange bedspread.
Two beige roller shades cover a bedroom window looking out into a garden. A queen bed sits to the left, decorated in deep orange and white bedding. On either side of the bed are two wood nightstands, with a sea-green lamp atop each. A painting of a beach sunset hangs above the headboard.
The camera faces a sliding glass door straight on. A tan slide-vue shade covers the door, extended like an accordian. A queen bed is in the right foreground, covered with a fuzzy orange bedspread.

Window-ology is a local, Diamond Certified business in downtown Pleasanton, CA. We specialize in custom blinds, shades, shutters, drapery, and motorized, retractable awnings. Contact us for a complimentary consultation.


We are the exclusive Northern California dealer for SunSetter Awnings, the number one manufacturer in the United States. We are an authorized dealer for Hunter Douglas, Norman Window Fashions, KE, and others.

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