What window treatments work best for your windows? Pt. 2

Window Type:

Windows with a view

As seen above, the Top Down/Bottom Up cordless shade allows you to pull up the shade as tightly as possible providing you with the most optimal view out the your windows.

Arches  

Arched windows are a common type of specialty window that adds beauty and charm to a home but pose a few problems when trying to control privacy and light.  Hunter Douglas has several solutions to the variety of arches including stationary, extended, half circle, perfect, imperfect, eyebrow and Gothic.

The Easyview® Arch from Duette® honeycomb shades offers a moveable arch that raises and lowers the shade for light control.

Bridgeway™ specialty shapes accentuate and enhance a window’s shape and provides light control, mood control and energy efficiency.  Available in 20 paint colors, Bridgeway specialty shapes coordinate with Country Woods® wood blinds, Crosswinds® wood vertical blinds, Chalet Woods® wood blinds and the Everwood® Collection of Alternative wood blinds.

Angles

Common in contemporary homes, angled windows bring up some unique challenges in providing privacy and light control and keeping your home energy efficient.  Angled windows come in many variations including right triangles, isosceles triangles and top/bottom sloped windows.  Shutters custom designed for your windows gives a beautiful clean look to a wall of windows.

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