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Cellular Shades

Cellular Shades are also known as Honeycomb Shades because of their unique honeycomb design that makes them very energy efficient. The design prevents air from entering or escaping via windows thus keeping your home’s internal temperature consistent.  With this system it’s easy to maintain rooms warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.

Available in a variety of colors for either light filtering or blackout, you can also choose from a 3/8 or 3/4 pleat size. Cellular Shades are available in top down, bottom up or cordless. The cordless option is much safer for children while the top down, bottom up option allows you to let light in with some privacy.

Pleated Shades

Our modern yet affordably priced Pleated Shades come in many different designs and textures meant to fit into  varying window shapes and spaces of all kinds. Pleated Shades are made up of a one layer fabric allowing for less stacking with taller windows. However, that doesn’t they don’t offer what other shades offer.

All Pleated Shades are light filtering but you can add a liner for room darkening as well. Customized options also include 1” or 2” pleat size, cordless, top down bottom up, or 2 on 1. One of the biggest advantages to this type of window covering is how it stacks completely flat when raised in order to allow a full, open outdoor view. All styles provide UV protection, glare reduction and moderate to complete privacy.

Control options include cordless lift or motorized lift, making them an option for homes with small children and pets. Pleated window shades bring a fresh, airy dimension to rooms and are an economical way to refresh your home decor.

Pleated Shades vs Cellular Shades?

  • Cost: Pleated shades are less expensive
  • Insulation: Cellular Shades insulate the best
  • Cords: Cords run vertically through the Pleated Shades fabric while cords run inside the Cellular Shades
  • Stacking: Pleated Shades only has one layer of fabric making stacking minimal for taller windows
  • Styles: Pleated Shades have more fabric pattern and texture options
  • Backing: All Pleated Shades have a color matching back while Cellular Shades all have a white back. But, you can add a liner to the Pleated Shades if you need a white back.

Benefits of Both

  • Both products offer varying degrees of energy efficiency based on the style
  • Fabrics available in both light filtering and blackout styles
  • Large selection of options and colors including popular neutrals and bold vibrant colors
  • Both are highly customizable, so these shades are ideal for odd shaped windows including hexagons, octagons, angled windows, skylights and various arches
  • Cellular window shades can be combined with a pleated fabric on the top to let in natural light, and a cellular fabric on the bottom for additional privacy and insulation.

Now that you know all of this make sure to ask about Pleated and Cellular Shade combos that provide three shades in one!

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