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Behind the Scenes at the ODL, Inc. IBS 2022 booth

We (unexpectedly) ended up with two full years to plan our booth at NAHB's International Builders' Show (IBS) in 2022 and we made the most of it! Between a brand new booth, fifteen exciting products, a Speaker Series with industry experts and an...

Should You Include Transom Windows in Your Designs?

Creating a home design involves many considerations for every aspect of the house, including the front entrance, which makes a big impact on homeowners. This is the first impression of the home to buyers, and the level of detail in the design can...

How to Build Continual Value with Your Buyers

As a supplier, you’re great at creating strong, long-lasting relationships with your customers. Nurturing relationships is the key to gaining ongoing business and happy business partners. However, while you know that keeping these important...

7 Upcoming Design Trends for 2022

2022 is bringing new, exciting design trends for both the exterior and interior of homes. Many homeowners are looking to builders, architects, and decorators to help them achieve the house of their dreams, meaning that keeping an eye on trends is...

3 Projects That Should Use Blink Entry Doorglass (and How to Upsell Them)

From preserving privacy in multifamily developments to prioritizing safety in single-family homes, the light control benefits of doors with enclosed blinds fit naturally into your next big project.

Blink Entry Doorglass offers unparalleled ease of...

Brand Spotlight: Blink, An ODL Brand Offering Best-Selling Blinds Between Glass

When we started designing and selling enclosed blinds 20 years ago, we knew we had a winning product. Blinds sealed between two panes of glass never got dusty or bent out of shape, and they let homeowners control their privacy and light levels. True...

Black Grilles Between Glass: Modern Design, Timeless Style

Grilles, a hallmark of Arts & Crafts and Craftsman architectural design, elevates any home's look by visually dividing window or door glass into smaller panes using vertical and horizontal bars. Grilles are commonly associated with iconic architects...

What You Need in a Soundproof Glass Door

People need their homes to feel like a respite from daily life. But it’s hard to feel like you’re getting away to unwind when sirens, car doors, and other sounds follow you into your living room. The solution? A sound-suppressing glass door.