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Cellulars for My Sunroom

By: SherrySOLIDTONES_1202A

 

I had purchased my house not too long ago and I am very lucky to have a sunroom. I love how sunny and bright the room is. It is the room I usually try to sit in during the afternoon when I want to relax. Right away, I hung up paper shades because I have close neighbors and needed something so I wouldn’t be a fishbowl. But after a month, I was ready to purchase something permanent.

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On the Cellular Level: Light Filtering vs. Blackout and Their Options

By: AishaCL-synergy_antiqueWhite

 

When it comes to cellular shades, what is the go-to option? Well there are a few different options to have.  For instance, cellulars come in light filtering or blackout. Light filtering is typically used when you want to have light in the room but maintain privacy. Blackout, on the other hand, is used to achieve complete darkness. Most people would use light filtering for rooms such as living, dining, and kitchen rooms; anyplace you’d find a large gathering of people. Blackout is mainly used in areas you might want to keep dark, such as a bedroom or TV room to keep the glare of the sun off of the screen.

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Roam on over to the Romans: Flat vs. Classic

By: Aisha

 

When it comes to roman shades, which is better: flat or classic? The only difference is the style. Flat romans are made of several panels sewn together and by the name, they are flat. When pulled up, the panels disappear underneath the valance piece that comes attached to the shade, functioning more like a roller shade. On the other hand, the classic roman is completely different cosmetically. It is made of one piece of cloth and it bubbles out, so when it is drawn up, it doesn’t hide behind the valance but rather looks more like a decorative curtain.

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It Doesn’t Matter Whose Wrong or Right, Just pleat it!

By: AishaBTG127

 

Pleated shades are an age-old favorite of mine. While they can be casual, they can also be sophisticated depending on which material you decide to purchase them in. Pleated shades are also one of the more decorative products out there and come in an assorted array of colors and patterns.  Typically, they are used as more of a decoration than anything else, but they do provide a small amount of insulation. However, they do have the ability to come in light filtering or blackout. Another option that is available is the top down bottom up feature. With this option, shades can not only rise from the bottom but also lower from the top, allowing for privacy and a view at the same time.

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Top Down Bottom Up Solution!

By: Aisha

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I recently renovated my home by building a large sunroom, and cutting down a few trees in the backyard.  It has five large windows, and one slider door that transitions to an outdoor deck.  All of the windows run along the same side of the wall next to each other, and the door is located on the opposite wall in the corner of the room.

 

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