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Which Type of Window Shades Are Right for Me?

Roller Shades

Roller shades are available in a variety of fabric options, including high-performance, sustainable, decorative, conventional, and privacy fabrics. Light color fabrics offer better energy efficiency and allow more natural light into a space while dark fabrics reduce glare and allow for crisp and clear visibility through the shade. Roller shades work exceptionally well in commercial settings.

Neolux Shades

Neolux shades offer unique technology for light control. Fabric vanes align to create a view through your window or vanes alternate closed for privacy. Neolux shades work well in residential or commercial spaces.

Honeycomb Shades

Honeycomb shades are one of the best options for preventing heat loss. They are available in a variety of fabric options and colors, including blackout fabric that blocks 99% of outside light. They are also available in top down or bottom up options depending on your needs. These shades are perfect for residential spaces, including living rooms and bedrooms.

Woven Wood Shades

Our wood shades feature bamboo, jute, paper and other natural materials woven into original designs. These unique and stylish window coverings naturally filter light while bringing casual elegant style to any home.

Roman Shades

To create our Cambrai Collection roman shades, flax from all over the world was brought to Cambrai and turned into linen fabrics, which were prized for their combination of softness and strength. It is this combination of properties that led to the choice of flax as a base material for this exclusive new collection of shade materials. Roman shades are a beautiful addition to any home.

Horizontal and Vertical Sheer Shades

Sheer shades are one of the most elegant and versatile products we offer. Fabric vanes float between two layers of soft knitted fabrics to soften your view outside with a choice of fabrics. Sheer shades are operated with either a continuous cord or can be motorized. These work well in commercial applications.

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