Window Treatments: Blinds & Honeycomb Shades
Countless Stylish Colors& Designs For Your Blinds
Blinds and Honeycomb Shades are the most popular types of window treatments and are available in a wide range of beautiful colors and materials. Blinds are very versatile and can fit any design style easily. Blinds can be either horizontal or vertical and be made from materials like wood, faux wood and even metal or in stylish and durable fabrics to match your decor. Additional customization options for Blinds include size, colors and operating systems. Honeycomb shades, also referred to as cellular shades, are made from a continuous piece of fabric that folds up along crisp pleats and offers you endless design possibilities allowing you to choose from a wide array of fabrics, pleats sizes, colors and textures
Privacy & Efficient Light Control with Blinds & Shades
As with any window treatment, Blinds and Shades offer you and your family privacy and light control in a stylish way. Blinds and Honeycomb Shades also block UV light from entering your home that can potentially damage your furniture, floors and other valuables. They also help create an extra layer of insulation for your home, by reducing unwanted heat in the summer months and by helping retain heat in the winter.
Horizontal Blinds provide view-through without having to be raised by simply rotating the slats to manage the incoming light and your privacy needs. Vertical Blinds function similarly but tend to have larger slats and cover larger window areas like sliding glass doors or bay windows. Additionally, some of our Vertical Blind solutions help improve your room’s acoustics while reducing the intensity of noise outside. The degree of sound control is reliant on the type of fabric you choose and can be discussed with one of our design specialists when you visit a showroom.
Honeycomb Shades are considered the original energy efficient cellular shade. Their specially engineered honeycomb construction traps air in distinct pockets, which creates a layer of insulation at your windows and can help lower your energy bills. They are also extremely versatile and can cover areas like tricky skylights and unusually shaped windows with ease and also feature sound absorption qualities that will help improve your rooms acoustics.