Vintage Interiors - St. Pete
Bottom up pleated shade
Side by side cellular shades
Hunter Douglas Vignette
Shades have come along way from the paper roller shades of yesteryear. The large variety of shades today, makes finding one for your décor, just a sample away. From translucent to room darkening, from soft fabric to woven grass reeds, Vintage Interiors carries them all.
The cellular shade has almost replaced the single layer pleated shades.
Not only does the cellular shades offer great insulation, it’s visually
beautiful with soft fabrics and hidden cords. These shades are also called
honeycomb shades. A variety of options are also available. For over sized
shades, nothing works easier than an easy rise headrail. This headrail,
being a clutch system, keeps the cord one length constantly. Want to cover
only the bottom half of your window? Let’s do a top down/ bottom up.
This let’s you raise the shade from bottom or drop it down from the top.
Cellular shades are also available for arch top windows.
Silhouette and Vienna shades are a shade and blind in one. The fabric
slats are attached to a sheer fabric in the front and the back. When
closed, you have soft translucent privacy. When open, you’re looking
through a beautiful sheer fabric. These shades also roll up into a
headrail out of sight.
Roman shades also have changed. The true fabric roman shade is now done on
a roll ease headrail system. This system makes raising and lowering a
breeze along with the roman shade looking perfect always. New to the décor
world are the vignette and crescendo shades. These are roman shades done
in limited fabrics but done with a headrail. When the shade is raised, it
rolls into a headrail to keep it neat and out of sight.
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