Automated window coverings have been getting a lot of attention in the last few years, and it’s not surprising. Being able to control your window treatments from anywhere in your home with just a touch of a button is worth a lot of attention. Plus, there are even more features and benefits besides automatic operation. […]
Saving energy is important all year long, but it’s especially important around and after the holidays when many of us will be entering in to the coolest time of the year. As fine window treatment and home automation dealer, Motion Shading offers energy-saving window treatments that are fashion-forward and functional. Saving Energy with Cellular Shades […]
The Motion Shading team is proud to be featuring Duolite® technology from Hunter Douglas in our Buckhead showroom. This technology has been engineered by Hunter Douglas to provide you more control of incoming light throughout the day as the sun changes intensity levels. For the popular roller shade style that is commonplace in many modern or contemporary living spaces, this technology replaces the more costly option of purchasing dual roller systems. Duolite® roller systems are a roll within a roll, where a secondary liner is hidden within the primary tube, allowing for the lowest profile dual roller system available on the commercial market.
It can be very confusing to differentiate one manufacturer’s offerings from another. At Motion Shading, we deal with seven different manufacturers because they all have their strengths and weaknesses. This means we are in the rare position to help compare shading systems. In this post, we’ll explore a common comparison between Lutron and Crestron roller shades. The Similarities While […]
The Silhouette and Pirouette collections create beautiful lines in your windows that can match traditional and modern aesthetics. Each collection allows you to filter light through your windows by combining sheer sheets with adjustable fabric vanes.
“Solar Shades” may not mean what you think. Let us clarify an often misused industry term.
Do I Have to Use the Same Window Treatments Throughout My Entire Home? The short answer is simply that it depends on what you need.
An app gives you control of your shades from anywhere which is a great convenience, but it also does more than that.
Window treatment ideas usually start with fabrics. And fabrics generally fit into one of three categories. Each category has different characteristics that might make it a perfect fit for one room, and obviously the wrong choice for another.
Sometimes there’s confusion when it comes to the many types of window treatments and their terminology… So, when it comes to blackout fabrics it’s no surprise that there is confusion over the color options available.