Woven Shades

Woven Shades for Your Beach House

The allure of a beach house is the view, a relaxing atmosphere, natural light and fresh air. Natural woven shades fit the light, breezy mood of beach homes like a glove.

At the beach, the view is the center attraction and it’s sometimes difficult to find the right window treatments. Natural woven shades are a stylish window treatment solution that can give you the light control and privacy you desire without sacrificing that beautiful beach view!

In addition, your new window treatments need to look the part and enhance your “beachy” decor. Made from bamboo, jute or natural grasses, the sandy beiges, grays and whites, give a soothing, spa-like feel to a classic beach house and help you achieve the coastal look you desire. 

Style Options

There are many styles. “Classic Roman” is the most popular. It hangs flat when lowered and raises in soft folds.  Hobbled Roman has elegant folds, even when lowered. Natural drapes or vertical wovens are a great option for large windows or patio doors. They open and close by hand, so there are no need for cords. Natural shades can also be used for arched windows or specialty shaped windows. 

Light Control

Consider “top-down/bottom-up” for more light control. It gives you the option to raise the shade from either the top or bottom. Twin or Dual shades are also a great way to control lighting. Dual shades are a woven shade with a movable liner and come as one unit. Liner choices include light filtering to diffuse light, room darkening to block light and maximize privacy, or no liner to allow daylight to naturally filter into your room. Woven shades are also available in cordless and motorized control.

Finishing Touches

For a distinct look to enhance your decor, you can choose from hundreds of fabrics to add edge banding or decorative trim like fringe beads or tassels for a beautiful accent across the bottom of the shade.  

Contact www.mitslowcountry.com or call (843) 343-9502 for a free consultation.

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