Whether you’re taking on a renovation or just tired of the same old walls, U.S.-made window systems, shades, and wallpaper will improve your view.

Kolbe has updated one of its most popular window lines to include a huge 120-by-96-inch system. Manufactured in Wausau, Wisconsin, it goes big on views without com-promising on energy efficiency.
The recent wallpaper line from California-based Astek, inspired by vintage pottery, lets you add a look of three-dimensional texture to your walls. The Hourglass pattern, shown here in Blush, gives the illusion of incised clay.

The recent wallpaper line from California-based Astek, inspired by vintage pottery and designed by Jeff Andrews, lets you add a look of three-dimensional texture to your walls. The Hourglass pattern, shown here in Blush, gives the illusion of incised clay.  

Photo courtesy of Aste

These shades from New York–based Hunter Douglas combine a light-filtering fabric and a black-out liner for varied levels of brightness. The shades’ motorized system integrates with smart-home devices.

These shades from New York–based Hunter Douglas combine a light-filtering fabric and a black-out liner for varied levels of brightness. The shades’ motorized system integrates with smart-home devices. 

Photo courtesy of Hunter Douglas

If you want to change up the look of a room without losing your security deposit or your mind, Tempaper’s peel-and-stick wallpaper, made in New Jersey and Florida, goes up as easily as it comes down.

If you want to change up the look of a room without losing your security deposit or your mind, Tempaper’s peel-and-stick wallpaper, made in New Jersey and Florida, goes up as easily as it comes down. 

Photo courtesy of Tempaper

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