One of the most important advantages of Hunter Douglas window fashions over traditional soft window coverings are their ease of operation. A continuous loop, which works on the principle of a pulley, rotates a clutch to raise or lower the shade. From the fully raised position, pulling down on the front half of the loop lowers the shading. The covering is raised by pulling on the rear of the continuous loop.
- Our EasyRise™ system, featured on Silhouette® and Nantucket™ window shadings, Vignette® Modern Roman Shades, Pirouette® Window Shadings and Duette® and Applause® honeycomb shades, and Design Studio™ Roman Shades, provides the mechanical advantage needed to raise and lower large window fashions.
- The Dual Roller Shade option, found on Designer Roller Shades, allows you to pair two fabrics of varying opacities on one cassette for optimum light control and and intriguing layered effect.
- The Chelsea™ roller system, found on Alustra Woven Textures® roller shades, features brushed metallic brackets, clutch operation, beaded chain and a round bottom rail with end caps.