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Types of Window Coverings

Alternative Wood

ALTERNATIVE WOOD: There's nothing quite like the rich, warm lustrous look of wood blinds. But many times homeowners are uncomfortable selecting wood blinds for rooms where the temperature or humidity may be high or where blinds are exposed to the ultraviolet rays of direct sunlight. Introducing alternative wood blinds. These blinds will not fade, warp or crack. Which means they're not only beautiful enough for the library, they're practical enough for the kitchen.

Wood Blinds

WOOD BLINDS: Nothing appeals to our sense of natural beauty quite like wood. For warmth, durability, and versatility, wood is the natural choice for almost any decor. Like fine furniture, wood blinds reflect a lasting level of quality and craftsmanship in a superior window covering.

Available in 1" - 3" slat sizes, in a variety of painted, stained and sandblasted colors and textures. Wood brings a natural beauty and elegance to every room of your house.


CELLULAR or HONEYCOMB shades combine soft, seamless fabrics with crisp even pleats that hold their shape indefinitely. Most cellular shades provide you with a choice of single, double or even triple honeycomb shades and a wide variety of options. Choose top-down/bottom up and open your shades from the top, bottom, or both. If you have large windows to cover, there is a vertical alternative. Cellular shades are excellent for light control, sound absorption and heat and cold resistance. For homes with children or pets, consider the cordless option, available on most Cellular shades.

If light control is an issue, you have a choice of fabrics from sheer to blackout. Discover the beauty and ease of cellular shades.


FABRIC SHADINGS: They provide a backdrop of understated elegance for the most individual expressions of style. And they do it with incredible light control.

Imagine fabric vanes enclosed by two sheer panels that create a soft, luxuriant translucency. You can adjust the vanes for light control, all the way open for a soft look outside, or completely closed for amazing privacy. Your choice.

Fabric shadings are available as verticals and horizontals in a variety of styles and textures. The options are limitless, as are your design possibilities.

Woven Wood Shades

WOVEN WOOD SHADES: Bring nature indoors. With carefully selected bamboos, reeds, grasses and jutes, Natural Woven Woods combine nature with technology - and the outcome is casual elegance. From rustic to tortoise, muted or intense, woven woods make creating your own island paradise a breeze. Textures abound and options are endless. Welcome to a new, natural world of window coverings - pure and simple.


SHUTTERS: Constructed from wood, poly-resin or pvc, shutters add class, beauty, elegance and sophistication to every room in your home. With a variety of stains and colors to choose from, the design possibilities are limitless. Open the vanes and view the world or close them and enjoy privacy and temperature control.

Ask any realtor and they will tell you that shutters are one of the few window treatments that add value to your home.

Available in slats ranging from 2 1/2" to 4 1/2", there is a shutter that will look fabulous in your home.

Temporary Shades

SOLAR SHADES: filter and diffuse light while maintaining your view to the outside. They minimize glare on TVs and home office computers while blocking damaging UV rays. Solar Shades reduce heat transmittance, keeping rooms cooler.

Solar Shades are custom made for your home in a wide array of patterns, textures, and colors that look great whatever your decorating style.

Available in cordless or continuous loop lifting systems. Enjoy your view, while keeping the sun out.

Temporary Shades

TEMPORARY SHADES: Moving into a new home in a few days? Don't worry! Temporary window coverings provide the privacy you need right away. These paper shades are much more attractive than the sheets and blankets that many homeowners use. Once your new window coverings arrive, these can be taken down without damage to paint or walls.