UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Sharing the screen
with Hollywood "it" couple Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn is a daunting
task, but Hunter Douglas, the leading manufacturer and marketer of custom
window fashions in North America, was up to the challenge. The company
provided its popular Provenance(R) woven wood shades for the windows of the
fabulous Chicago condominium that becomes a point of heated contention
between the two main characters of the film.
The Provenance shades are showcased on the set's living room, dining
room and bedroom windows and enjoy some close-up camera time when Vince
Vaughn's character raises the shade to watch Jennifer Aniston's character
leave the condo with a new man. Aniston's character is an art dealer with
an on-trend decorative flair, favoring oversized furniture and rich brown
and olive colors.
The living room windows, highly visible throughout the film, feature
Provenance shades in Tahiti, a fabric that combines reeds of varying earth
tones with twisted grasses for a natural elegance, in the Black Pearl
color. The dining room and bedroom, both locations of memorable scenes,
feature Provenance shades in Enchant, a simple, stylish reed fabric, in the
Black Magic color. Another Hunter Douglas product, Country Woods(R) wood
blinds, was used in the kitchen.
The Universal Pictures film brought in $39 million its opening weekend.
Two-thirds of the film's audience, according to Universal exit polling, is
women, and half of the audience is over the age of 30, placing "The
Break-Up" viewers squarely within Hunter Douglas' target demographic.
Hunter Douglas receives a special mention during the film's end credits.
Hunter Douglas Inc. is a national sponsor of Habitat for Humanity,
covering windows in every Habitat home built in the U.S. and Canada.
Headquartered in Upper Saddle River N.J., the company is the leading
manufacturer of custom window coverings in North America. For more
information, contact Hunter Douglas at 1-800-274-2985 or visit
SOURCE Hunter Douglas Inc.