Shades are a form of window treatments that block light from coming through the windows. They can be draperies, curtains, or blinds created with various fabrics and textures to make them distinctive. Shades come in many different styles, but there are three main types: inside-mount, outside-mount, and cordless.

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Roman Shades

Roman shades are fabric window coverings that are operated using a pull cord. The shades can usually be styled to one of four positions: fully open, partly closed, tightly closed or opened halfway. It is an affordable alternative to vertical blinds, with the added advantage of being able to style them in any position you want. Roman shades are operated utilizing a pull cord. The shades can usually be styled to one of four positions: fully open, partly closed, tightly closed or opened halfway. Roman shades are an affordable alternative to vertical blinds with the added advantage of styling them in any position you want.

Solar Shades

Solar shades are window coverings that cut the amount of heat and reduce glare in your home. They also conserve energy by reducing electricity use when closed, preventing unwanted heat transfer through the window. As a result, homeowners can expect to decrease their energy bills and increase in comfort when using solar shades.

Sheer Shades

Sheer shades have a texture and density that blocks visible light, yet they let the light from the outside come in. They offer privacy as well as a degree of light transmission. Using sheer shades is a good option for people who need a window treatment that does not darken the room, but still provides privacy.

Cellular Shades

Cellular shades are a type of window covering that uses pleats to provide privacy and light control. The pleats are created by two sets of strings connected to the top corners of the shade, with the bottom set attached to the windowsill. One set is controlled by a cord or chain that moves up and down, while the other is controlled by another cord that moves side to side. People typically use these shades because they're easy to install, inexpensive, and can be used on any window type.

Roller Shades

One of the most versatile window treatments available today are roller shades. These window treatments are very easy to use and can be installed virtually anywhere, even if you don’t have a traditional window frame. If you’re looking for window treatments that can turn your home into a stylish sanctuary, consider using roller shades.

Woven Wood Shades

One of the most popular types of window treatment is woven wood shades. These come in a number of different colors and textures and can be made to fit any size. Woven wood shades are lightweight and easy to install, making them an ideal choice for rental properties or for homeowners that want to update their windows without replacing the siding.