Window Shades Fremont NE
The Home Depot
3950 North 144th St
Christensen Lumber Inc
714 S Main St
1684 East 23rd Avenue North Fremont, NE, 68025
Wahoo Do it Best Building Ctr
205 West 5th Street
LOWE'S OF N.W. OMAHA, NE
3333 N. 147TH STREET OMAHA, NE, 68116
Fremont - Auth Hometown
1690 E 23Rd St
Fremont Ace Hardware & Garden Ctr
1660 E 23rd St
North Bend Do it Best
430 E 6th Street
North Bend, NE
Elkhorn Ace Hardware Inc
20277 Wirt St
239 S. 9th St Ste 201 Blair, NE, 68008
Window Shades, Window Treatements
Unique ideas for window coverings
For many years, curtains were the most common window covering in homes, but not any longer. The new offerings in window shades and blinds have opened up a much wider array of options for window treatments. Even for nonstandard windows, it's possible to find the perfect window shade that both enhances the look of the window and controls the level of light.
Type of Window Shades
There are several types of window shades, each with its own distinct look and advantages:
- Roller shades are manufactured from a soft fabric or polyvinyl material that is wound around a roller. When rolled up, the roller shade rests at the top of the window, allowing full light into the room. A simple pull on the attached cord draws the roller shade down, allowing it to close fully or rest at some point in between, blocking out some or all of the light.
- Roman shades offer the look of curtains but in a more convenient form. Made of fabric, these horizontally pleated shades become a flat panel when closed and offer a smart pleated look when open. They are drawn using the cord that is woven vertically through the shade. Almost any color or print can be used in a Roman shade, which makes it a great choice for complementing the decor in any room.
- For an elegant look, balloon shades use more fabric than traditional Roman shades, resulting in a billowy effect. As with Roman shades, almost any fabric can be made into a balloon shade.
- Cellular shades, also known as honeycomb shades, are made from layers of light-filtering fabrics that create small air cells within the shade. These shades offer insulating benefits; since the cells can help to keep a room warmer in the winter or cooler in the summer, they can save on heating and air conditioning costs. Cellular shades come in sheer varieties, which offer privacy while allowing light in, or blackout varieties, which are excellent for bedrooms because they completely block light when closed.
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