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Top Down/Bottom Up Shades

  • Raise and lower from both top and bottom
  • Privacy on bottom with natural light on top
  • Option of cellular, pleated, or bamboo shades
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Top Down/Bottom Up Shades
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Cordless Top Down Bottom Up Cellular Shades
Cordless Top Down Bottom Up Cellular Shades
$50.90$35.63
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Select Double Cell Light Filtering Shades
Select Double Cell Light Filtering Shades
$54.81$38.37
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Select Double Cell Blackout Shades
Select Double Cell Blackout Shades
$85.75$60.03
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3/8" Double Cell Light Filter Shades
3/8" Double Cell Light Filter Shades
$127.50$89.25
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3/8" Double Cell Blackout Shades
3/8" Double Cell Blackout Shades
$136.97$95.88
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Select Single Cell Light Filtering Shades
Select Single Cell Light Filtering Shades
$49.27$34.49
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Select Single Cell Blackout Shades
Select Single Cell Blackout Shades
$78.76$55.13
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Premier Double Cell Light Filtering Shades
Premier Double Cell Light Filtering Shades
$78.00$54.60
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Tropical Isle Basic Bamboo Shades
Tropical Isle Basic Bamboo Shades
$82.07$57.45
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@Home Collection 3/8" Double Cell Light Filtering
@Home Collection 3/8" Double Cell Light Filtering
$107.90$75.53
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Select Natural Wood Shades
Select Natural Wood Shades
$67.98$47.59
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Premier Single Cell Light Filtering Shades
Premier Single Cell Light Filtering Shades
$72.80$50.96
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Top-Down Bottom-Up Window Shades

You no longer have to choose between privacy and natural light. Top Down/Bottom Up shades allow you to have both. Just as the name suggests, these window shades can be lowered or raised from the top and from the bottom. You can customize how much and which portion of the window is covered. This also helps with light control.

These window shades are sure to fit any style within your home. From modern to rustic to traditional, you can find what you’re looking for in top down/bottom up shades. They come standard with cords, but you can upgrade to cordless. Cordless is ideal if you have children, and it will create a safer home environment for the entire family.

Top Down/Bottom Up shades are easy to use. You can let the natural light in through the top of the window while maintaining your privacy with the bottom portion of the window shade. If you like this option, you’ll be happy to know that this feature comes in many types of shades, including cellular, pleated, and woven and bamboo shades. All these choices put the style control back in your hands, right where it should be.

If you can’t decide between all your style options, here’s a basic breakdown:

Cell or Honeycomb Window Shades

Cellular shades have insulation, which makes them perfect if you want to save on electricity costs. No matter if you choose double or single cells, you’ll still be keeping the temperature within your home at a comfortable level. From there you can choose between light filtering or blackout cell shades. Light filtering gives you the best light while blocking the harmful UV rays. You also don’t get the heat from the sunlight, which is perfect for staying cool on hot summer days.

Pleated Shades

These shades have a similar look to cell shades, but they’re even more affordable. They don’t have single or double cells, but the pleats offer nice insulation, too. Pleated shades are a great modern option to keep your home looking fresh, clean, and streamlined. With a variety of color options, these shades can match any décor.

Woven/Bamboo Shades

Natural texture is the perfect way to add visual interest in your home. And what better way to add texture than through your window coverings? Woven and bamboo shades are as beautiful as they are unique. They are also versatile, fitting perfectly in traditional or even contemporary spaces.

Browse through the selection above and find your perfect match for top down/bottom up window shades. Finding what you like is easy. Not buying everything is the hard part.