So you’ve just finished redecorating your living room — the walls are freshly painted with the trendiest shade of grey, and all of the espresso furniture that you’ve hand selected bring the exact look and balance that you’ve envisioned since day one of brainstorming.Â All of the pieces are coming together, and yet there is still something missing.Â You look around and add some pops of color in the throw pillows, and even incorporated your own photos of nature and beautifulÂ sunsets, but you still find a void to fill.Â You look around once again, and low and behold, you have no blinds or shades in your windows!Â Sure the natural light is wonderful and irreplaceable, but there’s just something to be said about finished window treatments– it’s kind of like putting the cherry on top of an already tempting sundae.
So now, you ask yourself– do I put a blind or a shade? Do I consider a blind where I can tilt the slats and still be able to lift up and down? Or, do I just want a shade that just goes up and down?…Well why not do both?Â Cue in the Serenity and Cascade!
Serenity and Cascade are somewhat of a hybrid that combine both the benefits of a blind and a sheer shade into one product.Â Imagine a sophisticated roller shade (with a chain) where the fabric can be manipulated to either add in light for brightness, or block out light for privacy.Â Â
So how do these “hybrids” actually work? Serenity shades have a double layer of sheer fabric and in between are lateral fabric slats that you can turn for light control.Â On the other hand, Cascade shades are made up of horizontal, solid and clear panels that you can line up and alternate for either a see-through effect or a light blocking effect.Â Also, these shades disappear into their own head rail for a clean look.Â This allows you to maximize your window and let in a significant amount of light.Â So at the end of the day, why not choose one of these hybrid shades and get the best of both worlds?!Â They’ll surely finish off the look of your fresh, new space.ÂContinue Reading