The zebra is one of the most unique looking creatures in the wild kingdom. Its distinctive black and white stripes make it a standout on the plains of its native habitat. The sheer, light filtering shades that share its name are a standout, too. That’s why if you’re on the hunt for an upscale look that makes a dramatic design statement, zebra shades are the custom window treatment for you.
Classic vertical blinds are made of simple yet durable materials like PVC, faux wood and fabric, so there’s an option to match any décor. Vertical blinds are ideal for sliding glass or patio doors, and are some of the easiest window treatments to clean.
This cordless, faux wood Venetian blind is the perfect balance between privacy, light filtering, and elegance. These blinds include a crown valance to finish the look on every window and give an elegant and classic look to your home or office. It comes equipped with a PVC double-head railing, which will ensure that it is held securely in place. It has a matching, PVC bottom rail. These blinds are child-safe certified by parents for window blind safety and WCMA-best for kids. Ideal for every home and institution with young children. These blinds are heat and moisture-resistant, making them an ideal addition to homes in high-humidity areas.
Plantation shutters are the peak of posh for window treatments. Easily hang them yourself to transform your house with the unsurpassed style and quality found only in this coveted covering.
If you have a patio, balcony, porch, or other exterior space, outdoor shades can be a huge help. Also called patio blinds or outdoor roller shades, these shades are a panel that winds around a header. They’re made from materials that block UV rays, so they help protect you from the sun. Depending on the type of patio shade you get, you can also block light or add privacy to your patio.
Outdoor shades help you create a perfect, restful retreat outside your home. When you want to turn your deck into a cozy spot to enjoy nature, these blinds are the perfect addition. They help you fine-tune your light, temperature, and privacy levels without blocking the view. You can install them on windows, in between porch columns, or on top of a balcony.
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