Carol Korbman

Great windows in your new home?

Renters:
When renting a condo you may expect to have some kind of window treatments. Most landlords put the basic blinds or roller shades which might not be attractive enough for you. You can customize your apartment by adding color with curtains. Simple, inexpensive and easy to install curtains can be found at many different stores like Bed Bath and Beyond, Pottery Barn, West Elm or even on Amazon.

Buyers:
Choosing the right window treatments for your newly purchased condo can be overwhelming.  First, make sure to check with the condo association’s rules to know what are the dos and don’ts. Many managed buildings have scheduled window cleanings during the year. If you are interested in getting as much light as possible, select a window shade that allows light to come through. Being on a lower floor you might want to consider having a top down bottom up shade, so you can cover the bottom of the window for privacy yet allowing light into your place by having the top portion of the window completely open. There are many options, therefore you may want to have a window expert come and explain all the different possibilities; many of them offer a complementary consultation for new home buyers.

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Back Bay Association Annual Breakfast with Mayor Martin J. Walsh

Back Bay Association Annual Breakfast with Mayor Martin J. Walsh at the Fairmont Copley Plaza

The Mayor talked about new developments and businesses, new restaurants opening on Newbury Street, housing for the homeless and Boston springing forwarded.

Pictured left to right: Shelagh Brennan, Robert Weintraub, City of Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh & Josh Zakim (City Councilor for District 8)