How to Choose Blinds & Shades
Woven Wood Shades
Blackout Roller Shades
As the name suggests, these shades will completely block any sunlight and visibility. They will offer you complete privacy, and avoid any light leak whatsoever. The great thing about blackouts is that you will enjoy complete privacy and the solar heat protection is far better than any other option, as well as complete room darkening even during the day.
Light Filtering Shades
These are shades made out of fabric that allows light to get into the room and allows you to see through. The transparent shades have an opacity between 3-17%.We most commonly recommend Transparent shades because they offer great solar protection and offer a natural light and glare control. In addition to that, these shades reduce solar heat.
Zebra blinds add beauty and functionality to your room. These blinds are excellent for spaces that receive a lot of sunlight and for homes with a beautiful view. They can be used in any room such as bedrooms, living rooms or office space because of their modern, smooth, and sleek look. Some Zebra blinds can block UV rays, sun, and glare while maintaining your view (When these shades are completely raised, the material moves up into the tube and is not visible.
Woven Wood Shades
When you want to add elegance and ambiance to a space, there’s no better way to do this than by choosing to use the natural beauty of woven wood shades. Created by hand selecting specific fibers from reeds, rattan, jute, grass, and bamboo. By using natural fibers, you’ll have a window covering that’s beautiful and natural. Woven wood shades are known for complementing almost any style. Woven wood shades can be tightly woven so that they only let in a small amount of light or no light at all. This gives them the ability to provide a great deal of privacy to a room, shielding your home from the public. In contrast, they can also be designed to allow larger amounts of light into a space if they are loosely woven together. Woven wood shades also protect your furniture from the harsh effects of UV rays by allowing you to control the amount of light that enters a room.