Roller shades are mounted on a headrail and operated by corded pulleys or spring mechanism. Roller shades come in numerous filters including translucent, sunscreen or blackout.
Cellular shades, aka honeycomb shades, can filter or completely block light (blackout). They also act as insulation to windows by trapping air between the cells which creates a barrier between the room and window. With about one third of a home’s heat loss in the winter from windows and doors, honeycomb shades will help keep your house warm in the winter. Likewise, it’s natural barrier blocks undesired heat in the summer. Cellular shades can also be installed as top down, bottom up which gives you options on the desired amount of sunlight and opacity of the shade.
Vertical blinds are best utilized on doors or windows that open side to side. They are also less likely to collect dust than horizontal blinds. Available in many materials such as plastic, fabric, metal, wood and faux wood. Some vertical blinds hang in doorways while leaving the door open for people while discouraging insects from entering.
Window valances – Valances can be customized many ways including scalloped, layered, pointed, pleated, shaped or gathered along with many others.
Window cornices – are composite or wood frameworks for window curtains to be attached by rings or hooks. Cornices can be wrapped with fabric to offer a custom look for any design style.
Romans – can be sewn with your fabric of choice to offer your personal touch to any room.