The term “blinds” is often used to describe window shading in general. However, the correct usage of the term refers to treatments that have wooden or metal vanes rather than being made of fabric.
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.
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.
Battery powered shades have lower power output which limits style and size options. But if your windows are within those limits, does the battery option make sense?
When it comes to window treatments, “Luxury” has to mean more than merely “functional.” We know that you have plenty of window treatment options to choose from. But you’re not looking for the baseline.