What are Zebra Blinds and Roman Shades? – And why we love them

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It was such a joy to work with Rachel from Straightened Spaces on this townhouse window covering project. Dressing zebra blinds in a light filtering fabric throughout the living spaces of the home and zebra blinds blackout for the bedroom.

Why are Zebra Blinds Good?

Zebra blinds, sometimes referred to as dual shades or Vienna shades (depending on the supplier) offer a lot of versatility. This product can be down and in the closed position or down and open, having the sheerness component exposed. This can also be an option (open or closed) at any height of the window. Alternatively, the shade can also be in the complete upright position, with all fabric hidden in a fabric wrapped valance. This provides an uninterrupted view when desired.

Zebra Blind Installation

We provide 6 days a week installation services for your convenience. Zebra blinds, Vienna shades, and dual shades are a relatively efficient window covering installation due to the simplicity of their brackets and easy to operate child safety mechanisms (always included). This product is also available in motorization. For more details on automation please visit: Motorized Blinds

Roman Shades

Roman shades come in a variety of textures, patterns, and colors ranging from grays, browns, mochas, mineral tones and even bamboo Roman shade fabrics.

Blackout Roman Shades

All roman shades can add a liner, or you can pick a fabric that comes with a built-in liner for maximum light control and privacy.
To get a quote for your home today send window dimension to info@Miltonblinds.com or contact us for an in-home consultation where we conveniently bring our showroom to you.

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