Cellular Shades (Honeycomb Shades) Soft yet durable, stylish yet functional, cellular shades are the most popular of all window coverings. In addition to looking beautiful, cellular shades (also known as honeycomb shades) can save you money on your energy costs.
3. Wood Core Faux Wood Blinds. Wood Core Faux Wood Blinds are made with a particleboard-like wood pulp center that is wrapped with a printed laminate. This printing process allows for a more realistic wood grain look vs. composite and solid PVC where the whole slat is dyed one flat color. Wood core is the high-end option when it comes to faux wood.
Panel track blinds are the ideal solution for covering patio doors, sliding glass doors, and oversized windows. Mounted to the wall or ceiling, large fabric panels slide back and forth on a track for easy operation and have the ability to stack completely clear of the door or window when in the open position.
Both shutters and drapes can provide excellent privacy. Behind large pieces of furniture, drapes with side pull cords may be easier to maneuver than the latches and louver-bars of shutters. However, if privacy is a major factor in choosing drapes or shutters, make certain that drapery fabric is impenetrable to light.
Wood, Faux-Wood, Woven Wood, Mini Blinds and Vertical Blinds are the most popular “blinds” and are usually made of wood, metal, a composite or a woven grass or bamboo. These materials exude a tactile feeling of hard or bumpy; hence the name, hard window treatments.