Archive for the Natural Woods Category

The Windows of Onslow County

The Windows of Onslow County

We know what you’re thinking: what’s up with Onslow County? It doesn’t often get a lot of press because it’s not a major filming location, but it has character all its own. Mostly, Onslow County is known for the military base in Jacksonville, fishing, and, of course,

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Love Bald Head Island? Follow Their Lead with Eco-Friendly Window Treatments

Love Bald Head Island? Follow Their Lead with Eco-Friendly Window Treatments

Bald Head Island, just a short hop from popular Southport, NC, contains one of southeastern North Carolina’s most beautiful nature areas. It’s nationally known for its sea turtle nesting activity, as well as its varied bird population. Considered a sanctuary for coastal ecology, its landscape includes maritime

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Eco-Friendly Facts About Bamboo Shades

Eco-Friendly Facts About Bamboo Shades

On the hunt for a shade option that is stylish, affordable, and made from one of the planet’s most fascinating renewable resources? Step into the Strickland’s Blinds, Shades & Shutters showroom in Wilmington, NC, for a look at our bamboo shades and window coverings. Did you know

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Natural Wood Shades

Natural Wood Shades Over the years, natural woods window coverings have been known by many different names as they have evolved and adapted to blend perfectly with design trends. In the seventies, for example, they were known as woven wood shades or woven woods because they were

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