Thursday, April 11, 2013

Cellular Shades

Cellular shades bring clean lines, soft texture and filtered light to almost any room. These shades can cover standard windows, as well as sliding glass doors, skylights, arches and many other specialty shapes. They're ideal for living rooms, dining rooms, family rooms, kitchens and sunrooms.
Cellular shades are made from two or more layers of fabric woven together to create three-dimensional "honeycomb" cells. When closed, the shades provide privacy and turn harsh sun into soft, diffused light. When open, the shade fabric draws into a neat, thin stack to maximize your view. There are no visible cord holes - just one sleek, continuous look (even with wide widths). The unique cellular construction also adds insulation, making these shades energy-efficient and helping them to muffle noise.
You can choose your cellular shades according to how much light you desire. Semi-sheer shades allow the most light to filter through, while semi-opaque shades reduce the light somewhat and opaque shades reduce it a lot. All cellular shades provide privacy, though sheer and semi-opaque styles may allow shadows to show through the shades.
The soft fabric of cellular shades is easily vacuumed clean. If needed, spot clean cellular shades using a mild detergent. Never dry clean cellular shades.

I am loving these cellular shades and they are in a way just like roman shades. 

1 comment:

  1. Oh, I would love the semi shaded ones! It would be nice to have privacy but still have all the light coming through!