Mesa-based interior design company Blinds Chalet is offering an enhanced support system for interior designers, contractors and property management professionals with its free upgraded design education program.
Having worked with industry stakeholders since 2006, Blinds Chalet leaders recognized the need to adapt its resources to accommodate changes in the field over time, according to a press release.
"Interior designers, contractors and property management companies have become an integral part of our business at Blinds Chalet,” CEO Jayson Ellingson said in the release. “We wanted to make our designer and contractor programs even more appealing in order to broaden our reach across the United States."
Blinds Chalet provides one-on-one contact for which big-box stores often lack resources, the release stated. Whenever a business enrolls in the company’s program, it is paired with a design consultant to handle orders, questions and details.
"Interior designers are finding that our products are perfect for their clients, specifically our bamboo shades," Brandon Jolley, Blinds Chalet’s vice president for marketing, said in the release. “Contractors find our faux wood blinds to be durable, less expensive (than) big (box) retailers and able to withstand hotter climates without fading. Offering the best products at the best prices is the key to our programs.”
To enroll in the interior design division, visit https://www.blindschalet.com/interior-designer-window-treatment-program. To sign up for the contractor and property management section, go to https://www.blindschalet.com/contracor-property-management-window-treatment-program.