Why You'll Love Them
EASY TO CLEAN
How They'll Help You
In a bedroom, nursery, office, or living room you don't just want the ultimate in light and noise control, you need it. Just imagine - no more waking up at 5:00 AM with the sun or having to carefully position your head or body to block the glare from hitting your television or computer screen. Oh, what a life that would be.
Lucky for you, that’s exactly what you get with these durable, custom blackout window treatments. The easy-to-clean fabric absorbs sound and blocks up to 99% of incoming light. And the 3/4" single-cell or 1/2” double-cell honeycomb construction also helps save money on your energy bills by insulating your windows against the erratic and ever-changing moods of mother nature. Make an extra impact on extra wide windows with Select Blackout Cellulars in single widths up to 120”. Take your unique look a step further and customize them to fit your style and décor with popular neutral colors that pair perfectly with drapery and other products.
All components are color-coordinated to match your fabric selection for a seamless appearance from top to bottom. You can even choose between single- and double-cell construction based on the needs of each window in your home! You’ll be in total control of how much light to let in (or keep out). Looking for a more transparent counterpart for your bedroom shades? Bring soft, natural light into your homes through our supple, yet sturdy, Select Light Filtering Cellulars for a new view in the living room, dining room or kitchen.
"What an amazing product! These shades not only block all the light, but the heat as well! I also noticed they buffer noise, which is always a bonus. We definitely plan to buy more for the bedrooms! Also, super easy installation and we love the cordless mechanism."
- Shawna, Tucson, AZ
"Product was great and came in exactly as expected. I was a little off on the measurement for one of the windows but the blinds work great and really block out the ambient light and I expect will be a great for keeping the heat in this winter."
- Eric D., Billerica, MA