Everhem Window Treatments

The two questions I get most about our home are what paint color we used and where we found our window treatments. The paint is Benjamin Moore Classic Grey. Finding quality blinds and curtains is hard and expensive, but in my opinion such a worthwhile investment because you use them every day and they can completely change a room. We went with Everhem for almost all of the window treatments in our home. The company was founded by an interior designer and everything is made in Los Angeles. They gave me a code for you guys to get 10% off! Use LAUREN10 if you shop – it’s valid from June 21-June 28. And if you aren’t sure where to start, here are all of the details of the window treatments we chose, broken down by room.

Master Bathroom: 

The perfect amount of privacy while also letting in plenty of natural light. If you are looking for bathroom blinds I would highly recommend this style, it’s functional and still really pretty.

  • Shades: Woven Woods in Chestnut with Privacy Lining
  • Style: Top Down Bottom Up. This style isn’t on their website yet, but it will be soon! You can email hello@everhem.com to inquire.

Dining & Living Room: 

  • Fabric: Magnolia 100% Linen
  • Lining: Privacy
  • Pleat: Tailored
  • Shades: Woven Woods in Chestnut with Privacy Lining
  • Hardware: Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • Hardware Style: Flat End Caps (Custom)



The shades are motorized which adds to the cost but in a room like a bedroom or nursery where you are drawing the blinds every single day I think it’s totally worth the price to be able to control them with a remote. Everhem doesn’t have motorized shades on their website yet but they can do them so if you are interested you can email hello@everhem.com.

  • Fabric: Cloud 100% Linen
  • Lining: Privacy
  • Pleat: Tailored
  • Shades: Woven Woods in Seashell with Blackout Lining
  • Hardware Finish: Matte Black
  • Hardware Style: Right Angle Return

Use my code LAUREN20 for 20% off!

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