A sheet of fabric or similarly flexible material that rolls up onto a bar above the window is the first thing that many people think of when they hear the word “shades,” and it might still be the most common.
Humble and Functional
The most basic type of roller shades, made of a simple cloth sheet, work well for rooms where you don’t want the window shades to call for too much attention or for more low-key spaces in general. Choose a color like mauve, beige, cream, or light blue in such a case, and you’ll have beautified the room with a subtle airiness and color without making it too loud or uneven. Of course, that’s only the beginning of what you can do with roller shades.
Or Fetching and Lavish
Studio City Blinds & Shades works with a variety of fabrics from simple nylon and cotton to luxuriant satin or wool, as well as more exotic and refined substitutes like bamboo. Roller shades can also be made in any color or pattern of colors that best fit the setting, with embroidery and other embellishments all being on the table. A colorfully patterned wool roller shade or a delicately woven bamboo can compete with anything when it comes to aesthetics.
Further Customization Options
There’s a lot more that can fit on a roller spindle than just cloth and bamboo. If you’d like to save some money on heating and air conditioning, try a thermo-insulating honeycomb style shade. If you’d like abundant natural sunlight but don’t want to deal with fading furniture, sunburns, and glare, get a solar fabric roller shade. If you have small children, or just want a more reliable and convenient control system, any of Studio City Blinds & Shades’ roller designs are available in cord-drawn and motorized form alike.
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