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Fabric Shades

Inside Mount Shade

Shade is hung inside the window frame. It's important to note how deep the window casing is for this application.              *Click Image to Enlarge

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Outside Mount Shade on Door

Shade is mounted on the door above the widow trim.  For the lowest profile in terms of projection, choose a bead chain control shade, top down bottom up, or gravity fed cordless shade.   

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Relaxed shade

Shade has only 2 cord lines, creating a relaxed look with a dip in the middle. 

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Relaxed shade

Shade has only 2 cord lines, creating a relaxed look with a dip in the middle. 

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Outside Mount Shade on Wall

Shade is mounted on the wall above the widow trim, helping to elongage the appearance of the window and allowing the folded shade to cover less natural light when pulled up.                 

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Outside Mount Shade on Frame

Shade is mounted on the window frame.      *Click Image to Enlarge

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Top Down Bottom Up Shade

Shade has controls on the right and left, allowing the shade to move up and down to any position.

*Requires small valance to cover hardware when shade is let down.

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