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Imagine blending the beauty and softness of a sheer with the function and convenience of a blind. How genius is that?

Check out our many options below to find out more details.

The main window shades options are:

Honeycomb/Cellular Shades

Tailored, energy efficient and infinitely customizable. That’s about as cool as it gets. Honeycomb Shades are the go-to for design pros because like any good support team, they work hard and give you all the credit.



  • Our six distinct cell styles, sumptuous fabrics, rich range of hues and patterns mean we haven’t met a window we didn’t like.

  • Opacities include sheer, semi-sheer, semi-opaque and blackout—so you control the light, not the other way around.

  • The insulating qualities maximize your home's energy efficiency, especially with SoftStyle cellular shades featuring double cells.

  • The smart D cell design keeps its crisp, full pleated structure and facing for the life of the shade.

  • Unusual shaped window? We’ve got you covered.

  • The stain- and wrinkle-resistant, easy- to clean fabrics practically take care of themselves.

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Roller Shades

Nothing gives a more finished or tailored look than a single, neat shade that has the potential to completely disappear, allowing your stunning architecture - or that inspiring view - to take front stage.


  • A minimal look with UV efficiency is their hallmark. Solar screens, with varying degrees of openness, filter just the right amount of light.

  • More than 500 different fabrics means there isn’t a style we can’t complement.

  • Breathe easy. Our Greenguard certified fabric selections ensure low emission levels.

  • Already have beautiful draperies? Add Roller Shades for increased light control.

  • Pro trick: Mount on the ceiling and our Panel Track Shades become a savvy room divider.

  • Outside, our Exterior Shades stand up to Mother Nature, blocking intense heat, diffusing harsh incoming light, yet keeping the view. Like magic.











Cordless Shades

Cordless shades will work with any type of shades you choose. They get rid of the shades roller or strings, and let you adjust with the lift of your hand or the click of a remote. The light control with this option is unparalleled, and the ease of moving these shades is the best quality out there.
Cordless shades are often met by a pole with a handle at the end that is also dedicated to
moving the shades.


Both options are popular, but the option without the pole and handle is going to be for more
accessible in high traffic windows. If you are putting these shades in a place that is more
complicated to reach on a regular basis, you are going to want to role with the shades with the handle to take care of the height of the window shutters. The cordless shades may be a bit more pricey, but the ease of the product is going to get you your moneys worth very early on in your relationship with the shades.

Woven woods

Both elegant and exotic, Natural Woven Shades are the go-to for interior designers world-wide. Organic fibers from jute to rattan and bamboo to wood bring global texture and international style right to your very own zip code.


  • From harvest to fabrication, over 20 different specialists create each unique shade for our three collections.

  • Enduring quality? Look to details like hand-sewn rings stitched right into the weave.

  • Natural Woven Shades are meticulously hand-fed on a loom by skilled artisans who’ve passed their craft from generation to generation.

  • Our Grass Weaves keep it artisanal with man-made yarns spun from natural by-products.

  • Accent the positive with handsome sewn-edge binding choices that add finished flair.











Roman Shades

Roman shades are the most expensive shades on the market, and they have a fantastic reason to be. With silk, cotton, and vinyl as options to decorate your windows, the versatility and customization is next level. Roman shades fold on top of them selves, or roll, to make them look as presentable as possible. They are often mistaken for drapes, but that is not what they are in the slightest.

Through all major window treatment companies, you will be able to make your roman shades
exactly how you want them to be. The shades look like they are also folded on top of each other often, which only adds to the professionalism. Through different materials and patterns, you home is going to look fantastic with these at the front. They are most often used in main rooms and laundry rooms, as they are not the not the best blackout shades or shades to keep unwanted lookers peeking in.







Outdoor Shades

There is no one specific model for outdoor shades, as they are only categorized by their ability to be durable and withstand the weather. There are plenty of blackout solar screens that will fit themselves on the on the porch, but that isn’t the only popular model. Thicker bamboo shades are also going to be more of a trend for the outdoors. Motorized shades for your outdoor locations are also fantastic ideas too. They limit the wear and tear on the materials themselves, while offering ready-to-go protection from the sun, wind, and rain.

The opacity on the the outdoor shades is usually going to be very low, unlike any blinds that you will get for your porch. Shades and blinds don’t do the same thing, and that is why you want shades, not blinds covering you. The slats will allow for the harsh weather to get you, as the light filtering material from the shades will keep the bad weather out. With all the types of
window shades, outdoor shades are going to be your best friend for durability.

Solar Shades

  • Soften that harsh sunlight. Fabric vanes suspended between two sheer panels tilt to brighten up or dim down your environment.

  • Wonderfully wide for larger windows and doors. Up to 120" wide, in fact. Stay in proportion with three vane sizes to suit the scale of your windows.

  • Much less hassle than adding a skylight. The unique s-shaped vanes capture more light, illuminating a magically even glow deep within your room.

  • Drink in the view. When raised, the shading completely disappears into the headrail. When lowered, the magnificent outdoors remains in sight with no distracting lift cords.

  • Maximize your privacy. During the day, you can see out, but no one can see in. At night, close the vanes and voila… privacy assured











Vertical Shades

Much like vertical blinds, the vertical shades are mostly going to be on doors. As we have
mentioned before, the vertical blinds are going out of style very quickly. They will likely make a return in the future, but for now they are certainly being frowned upon in the fashion sense of window styles. The same can sadly be said about the vertical shades, but they are much more uncommon to be found.


The name is vertical shades, but they move horizontally. They are very customizable and easy
to use, but you should only be buying them if they are absolutely needed. They can come in
blackout, solar, and even roman in some cases. If you keep it in the corner of your glass window until you need it, they won’t be too much of an eye sore, but you should still be refraining from this purchase unless it is deemed absolutely necessary.











Sheer Shades

Sheer shades are going to give you everything that you ask for. A cover and style on your
window while maintaining visibility. If you are looking for something to make your kitchen
window look less naked, this is the go to. It will give you some extra decoration while still giving you the view and visibility that you love. 

There are multiple styles for these type of shades, but the most common are vinyl and wood.
Although some are going to made of faux wood like the blinds, you will need to stay away
from that material for durability reasons. Sheer blinds aren’t meant to blackout the room, but to decorate it and make it feel more complete. Any other reason for purchase is going to leave you dissatisfied.

Pleated Shades

Pleated shades are the closest shade to cellular, but they aren’t the same. When you open them out of the box for the first time, you are going to think that they are cellular shades that simply got a bad fold. That's not the case, just a new fun style. They are going to be much more cheap than other options, and the material is still going to be able to last longer than the cellular shades. These shades aren’t going to be offering great blackout, but they will be offering some good shade from the sun.

Temporary Shades

Temporary shades are made of a paper material and should be only used for temporary use. 

With that being said, there is still great use for the temporary shades. If there is a window in your home that doesn’t get much attention or sunlight, this is a fantastic cheap and easy way to decorate and style it. You will forget about it within hours, but it will collect dust enough to remind you where it is within months. But mostly, They are a great option to hold you over while waiting for your shade or blind order to be installed.

Custom Shades

Custom shades are the best way to go if you have some money to spend. From motorized
shades to solar blackout blinds, you are going to be able to hand-pick your materials and styles.  This will allow you to go all out in your pursuit of your dream home, with virtually nothing standing in your way.


That is why I am here.  I will walk you through your options and help you decide what window shades are going to be best for your home.  Let's get started!  Call, text or email me.​

Cellular Shades
Roller Shades
Cordless Shades
Bamboo an Natural Shades
Roman Shades
Outdoor Shades
Solar Shades
Vertical Shades
Sheer Shades
Pleated Shades
Temporary Shades
Custom Shades
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