Roger Reid Vanguard House

Color Lux Window Fashions and Roger K. Reid Interior Designs

Revitalize Eleanor Roosevelt’s Suite

Comfortex Window Fashions, in partnership with Roger Reid of Roger K. Reid Interior Designs, revitalized Eleanor Roosevelt’s suite at the Vanguard Showhouse in Guilderland, New York using the Color Lux Window Solutions Collection.

When it comes to design, Roger combines what's appropriate for the setting, the architecture and the client to create a well collected look. Using the Color Lux Collection, Roger was able to bring a modern flair to Eleanor Roosevelt’s suite and create a space that’s a mix of both old and new.

Roger K. Reid Interior Designs is a full-service interior design firm with more than 30 years of experience manifesting clients’ diverse taste to create well-detailed and coordinated interiors. With design commissions ranging in style from traditional to contemporary, Roger has always nurtured a special sensitivity towards combining modern conveniences with architecturally and historically appropriate finishes.

“Designing with the Color Lux program was truly inspirational,” said Roger who leveraged Color Lux’s expansive 800+ color palette to create a harmonious blend of both hard and soft window treatments.

Roger used bold Color Lux colors and patterns such as Coral and green in a mix of products including roller shades, box pleated valances and portiere draperies for Eleanor’s suite.
“People should not be afraid of color - it animates a space with a small investment,” said Roger. "Lead times from vendors can also be one my most challenging tasks when designing. I was so impressed with Comfortex’s fast ability to allow me to select and customize different textures and patterns to create my own totally unique look”.
“Color Lux provides designers with a multitude of color and design options without having to compromise on quality,” said Michael D’Agnese, Manager of Color and Design at Comfortex.
“Designers can also harmonize and visualize their designs before producing using the Color Window Solutions Design tool.”

Comfortex Window Fashions, founded in 1986, is an innovator in the window fashion industry. Thomas J. Marusak serves as President of Comfortex Corporation and is also one of the original founders of the company. The company maintains its headquarters just north of Albany in Maplewood, New York, and operates an additional manufacturing facility in Phoenix, Arizona. Comfortex’s complete line of products includes cellular, roller, roman and insulating blinds, wood blinds, sheer window shadings and the highly customized Color Lux line of window treatments.

Comfortex products are distributed in every state in the United States and in over 50 countries on five continents world-wide. Comfortex Window Fashions is committed to exceeding customer expectations by providing quality products and services, establishing excellent customer partnerships, developing innovative technologies and remaining a respected name in the window treatment industry.