Offer valid through December 24, 2022
While light control might seem like the main purpose of a window treatment, don’t underestimate the importance of privacy. After all, in some rooms, allowing the outside world to see silhouettes might be okay—but in others, such as bathrooms or bedrooms, it might not.
Having the ability to control incoming light can impact the temperature in the room or have adverse effects on your flooring or furniture. That’s why window treatments have different opacities, so you can diffuse the light coming in—or block it out altogether.
Life’s easier without unwanted bright light coming into your home. Whether you want to eliminate glare from your TV or prevent others from seeing in, your home should be a comfortable sanctuary, day and night—and the right light control can help you achieve that.
When out in the sun, you protect your skin by wearing SPF. The same goes for items inside your home. Artwork, flooring, and furniture can all sustain fade and damage when left in direct sunlight. Window treatments can help block harmful UV rays, protecting your possessions for years to come.
Window treatments can help keep cold air from escaping through your windows in summer (and hot air in winter, too!) for added energy savings. Additionally, motorized window treatments allow you to create routines and time-based schedules that can help you sleep in, improve home security, and more.
Flexible Light Control & Privacy
Want more privacy? Lower from the top. Need more light? Raise from the bottom. Your light control and privacy needs will shift throughout the day—now your shades can, too!
Consider Bottom Up/Top Down shades for office spaces where long hours in front of a screen can lead to eye fatigue—or adjust from either end to control glare on television screens and other surfaces at different times during the day.
Better Light, Better Sleep
Bottom Up/Top Down cordless shades are ideal for any room where you want to maximum incoming light—or enjoy the bliss of total darkness.