Natural Woven Shades
Horizons Natural Woven Roman Shades are available with either battery powered motors or A/C (plug-in) powered motors. The remotes are radio frequency.
UpRight™ is Horizons convenient continuous clutch control. Instead of the traditional cord lock, the shade is operated with a chain loop that does not get any longer as you raise the shade.
A Turned Headrail makes the headrail's depth 3/4" and the height 1-1/2". This is most commonly used in cases of limited mounting depth.
Duo-Fold is B&W’s unique top-down/bottom-up control option. The shade may be raised from the bottom or lowered from the top.
Privacy or Blackout lining is available on any Horizons Natural Woven Shade. The face of the lining is color-coordinated to the shade color. The back (exterior) side is white.
Decorative Trimmings (fringes, gimps, beads and tassels) are available as beautiful accents across the bottom of the shade and/or valance. C.O.M. trimmings are also accepted.
Multiple Shades on One Headrail
Two-on-Ones & Three-on-Ones are multiple shades mounted on a single headrail, usually with a common valance.
Waterfall Style Controls
Shades may be ordered with the shade mounted to the front of the headrail, eliminating the need for a valance. With the Waterfall style, the controls are concealed behind the shade.
Arch Top Shades & Stationary Arches
Not everyone has these specialty shaped windows, but for customers who does, B&W Window Fashions has this great solution.
Angle Top Shades
Angle Top Shades are functioning Roman shades that are able to be raised to the bottom of the triangular valance.
Contempo Scallops are a traditional way to add visual interest to either the bottom of the valance or the bottom of your shades. Your choice of six elegant patterns are cut from the bottom and trimmed.
Sometimes it is the little details that can add the finishing touch to your window fashion creation. Valance ties are a pair of 2" wide bands that can be added to a classic valance on any Horizons™ Natural Woven Shades. They are offered in any of the fabric in the Horizons™ Soft Treatments collection or even C.O.M.
Double & Triple Hobbled Valances
To add height and depth to a shade, consider the Double or Triple Hobbled Valance. They are available attached to the shade in place of the Classic Valance or separately on its own headrail to go over some other window fashion.
Mitered headrails are used when shades must meet as tightly as possible in a corner or in the angles of a bay window. The workroom cuts the headrails to the desired angle and shortens the valances so that the two units butt right up against one another.
When your shade needs to go around an obstacle, cut outs are the answer. They may be taken from any corner, edge or even the center of the shade.
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