At Motion Shading, we are automation experts. So whether you’re looking for a home or business shading system, our team will help you achieve the exact look and feel you’re dreaming of.
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Gorgeous Patio in Buckhead
We loved working on this gorgeous patio space near Buckhead just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. We installed vinyl window products with the patented MagnaTrack side channel system from Progressive Screen®. This patio space is now ready for good food and good company all year round!
Buckhead Condo Upgrade
Light and privacy control just got easier for our clients in Buckhead, Georgia. This luxury condo was outfitted with Hunter Douglas Roller Shades with PowerView® Automation, Solera® Roman Shades with SimpleLift™, and Skyline® Panel-Track Blinds.
Luxury Condo with Roller Shades
We had the pleasure of working on a luxury condo just down the road from our showroom in the Buckhead residential district in Atlanta, Georgia. This client has a stunning balcony view, which is perfectly on display when their new Lutron® Palladiom Roller Shades are raised.
Outdoor Shading Project
Our client asked us to install two Insolroll® Oasis 2900 fixed outdoor screen shades and side channels to their gorgeous patio near Ellenwood, GA. They can fully enjoy picturesque natural views while protected by these automated shadings in their fully-finished exterior space.
Fairburn Update with Home Automation (Residential)
Our client wanted their forever home in Fairburn, Georgia to be outfitted with the latest in home automation. This is the last our client plans to live in, so they wanted easy lighting and privacy control plus stylish and functional window shades.
Vacation Home with Motorized Shades and More
We worked with a great team of electricians and carpenters for this vacation home on Lake Lanier, Georgia. We made some awesome upgrades to this new construction including roller shades, solar screens, motorization, and more!
Springdale Sunroom Addition (Historic Residence)
We were asked to help create a semi-private area in a beautiful addition to a historic residence near Springdale Park. This century-old home has maintained its unique architectural look while adding some touches of modern convenience with this new shading solution.
The Paramount at Buckhead (Residential)
Our client wanted an exceptional solution that would provide him with a great view, heat management, and room darkening. See how we rose to the challenge with automated shades and drapery tracks.View This Project
Buckhead Addition and Remodel
This guest suite was an add-on for our clients. We complemented their transitional home style with Lutron roller shades that have a clean look and operate with near-silent motors.View This Project
Atlanta Townhome Project (Residential)
This traditional home was an opportunity for us to showcase our skills with hidden rollers. Working with the architect and general contractor, we created a completely built-in look for our client’s window shades.View This Project
North Georgia Ranch
This massive ranch project involved working with a trim specialist to completely encapsulate our roller shades.View This Project
Units at Astoria at the Aramore
Residents of Astoria at the Aramore were so impressed with our work in the building common areas that many of them contacted us to install automated shades in their individual units.View This Project
Atlanta Penthouse Condo
This high-rise project required blackout, privacy, and sheer shades throughout the home. While multiple designers and contractors came and went, Motion Shading was the one constant for this massive undertaking.View This Project
Waldorf Astoria Buckhead Residences (Previously the Mandarin Oriental)
With floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the entire building, this “impossible” project was exactly the type we excel at.View This Project
Residences at W Downtown (Residential Penthouse)
After wiring the entire building we were chosen by the W Downtown’s penthouse resident to install shades on windows that were two stories tall.