Pairing Horizontal and Vertical Window Treatments
Whole House Solution™
If you need horizontal and vertical window coverings for the same room, how do you know what will work well together? The Whole House Solution makes choosing the right products easy by coordinating many of our horizontal coverings with complementary vertical treatments.
Coordinating Popular Shades, Sheers and Shadings
With the most expansive range of fabrics, colors and textures in the industry, Duette® Honeycomb Shades are extremely versatile. They’re also available with the Vertiglide™ operating system, a vertical application perfect for sliding-glass doors or room dividers. Duette shades work well with Sonnette™ Cellular Roller Shades and Vignette® Modern Roman Shades because they share coordinating fabrics and colors. And Vignette shades offer an Accents by the Yard™ program, so you can purchase fabrics by the yard to coordinate your complementing window treatments with other accessories in your home.
Luminette® Privacy Sheers are vertical fabric vanes available in fabrics and colors that coordinate beautifully with Silhouette® Window Shadings, Vignette Modern Roman Shades and Pirouette® Window Shadings. And Like Vignette shades, Luminette sheers offer an Accents by the Yard program, so your window coverings can complement pillows, bedding and other décor.
Custom Shutters and Horizontal Blinds
Heritance® Hardwood Shutters, NewStyle® Hybrid Shutters and Palm Beach™ Polysatin™ Shutters all coordinate seamlessly with Parkland® Wood Blinds and EverWood® Alternative Wood Blinds. So, if you’d like a Bi-Fold or Bypass shutter to cover a sliding-glass door or other wide expanse but prefer wood blinds for the windows, just choose a coordinating color.
With so many styles, fabrics and colors, The Whole House Solution™ makes it easy to perfectly combine horizontal and vertical window treatments for a cohesive look in a room and throughout your home.
From selecting materials and colors to expert measurement and installation, our window-treatment specialists can help you find the perfect window treatments for your home. Find a specialist near you to get started today.