iX Arch Shade:
Arch shades are dome shaped
specifically designed for
windows that are half circles.
Also known as
honeycomb shades, allow sunlight
to filter into your home without
sacrificing privacy. They are
constructed from layers of
fabric that filter light while
keeping the heat and the cold
Blinds, also known as Venetian
Blinds are the standard light-
control window blind. Many
operated on a pull string or
turn switch. Pleated Shades:
Pleated shades are
very compact when raised and
practically disappear in the
window. Roller Shades:
A flat panel of fabric
rolls up around a roller and can
be concealed in a variety of
ways. Roman Shades:
Roman shades are drawn up from
the bottom by cords or strings,
and create horizontal folds when
raised. Solar Shades:
Solar Shades cut glare and
dramatically reduce UV rays that
cause fading of furniture,
carpeting and artwork, while
letting you see out clearly,
even when lowered. In sun-facing
rooms they reduce heat transfer
from outside, and help lower air
conditioning bills. Tie-Up Shade:
Tie-Up shades have ties that
allow you to adjust where the
shade opens. Vertical Blinds:
Vertical blinds are
great for tall windows or
sliding glass doors because they
hang down in adjustable panels
that are controlled by a string
or turn switch. When closed the
blind panel overlap one another
to keep light out.
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