Balloon Shades

A balloon shade gets its name from its decorative puffy bottom. While the top is tailored like a Roman shade, the balloon shade is softer, with billows of fabric at the bottom. Like the Roman shade…

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Roman Shades

Roman shades are a type of window covering used to block out the sun. Roman shades are different from standard window shade in that they stack up evenly when being opened, however when they are open…

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Cellular Shades

Cellular shades, also called Cellular blinds or honeycomb blinds, are named for the empty pockets of air that run parallel to their seams. In general, cellular shades resemble traditional pleated shades when viewed from the room…

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Plantation Shutters

Plantation shutters are a low maintenance, classy, alternative covering for windows and doors, with significant benefits over curtains and what are traditionally known as blinds or more recently, ‘shutter blinds’. Plantation shutters are no longer used…

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Vertical Blinds

Unlike horizontal blinds, vertical blinds are less likely to collect dust because they stand vertically. Since they draw to the side rather than lifting and lowering, they operate better on doors and windows that also slide…

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Wooden Blinds

Wooden blinds are generally known as Venetian blinds. A number of horizontal wooden slats are joined together by corded pulleys which can either gather all the slats at the top of the window to reveal the…

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