Want to enjoy the view but maintain some privacy? Try top-down opening shades. Couple that unique feature with a textured, semi-transparent fabric and your space can feel well-lit and intimate at the same time.
When you have a neutral color pallette, window coverings are a great place to bring in pattern and color. These roman shades are bold enough to make a statement while still being neutral enough to withstand decor changes.
Bring in Color
Window treatments are a great way to bring in color when you're dealing with very little paintable wall space. Roller shades are a good option to compliment this sleek, linear bathroom.
Endures Moisture (& A Tight Budget!)
Faux wood blinds are constucted from composite PVC, allowing them to stand up to moisture. They are perfect for humid spaces, like bathrooms and kitchens. These blinds are a durable, versatile option that are easier on the budget than real wood blinds.
The Great Compromise
Worried that you'll have to give up bold, beautful patterns when you opt for the clean lines of roller shades? Not so fast. The best of both worlds does indeed exist.
Roman shades are a great choice when you want a more refined window covering. They are available in a wide range of fabrics to create just the look you want.
Inspired by Japanese Soji screens, innovative Panel Track Shades offer a contemporary alternative to vertical blinds for patio doors and large windows. This elegant look would compliment any space.
Mini blinds are a practical, simple and yet attractive option when you have a lot of windows to cover. With the modern, sleek look of aluminum, they make a statement and bring life and a personality to any space.
UV rays can take a toll on your home's interior and funishings. Solar shades are designed to block glare and to reduce the UV rays, making them highly energy efficient and eco-friendly. And their sleek design looks great in any home.
Not only are these cellular shades beautiful but they can save money on heating and cooling your home. Their honeycomb design prevents air from entering or escaping via windows, keeping your home’s internal temperature more consistent.