Arches can come in many different sizes and configurations, including stationary, extended, half circle, half moon, quarter circle, perfect, imperfect, eyebrow and Gothic. Learn more about Arched Window Treatments
Angled windows come in many variations, including right triangles, isosceles triangles and top/bottom-sloped windows. Learn more about Angled Window Treatments
While unique window shapes such as hexagons and octagons are not as common as other window shapes, Hunter Douglas still offers you the opportunity to cover them. Learn more about Hexagonal and Octagonal Window Treatments
Window treatments for bay windows, corner windows and bow windows are usually standard rectangular window-treatment installations. Panels are independent of one another. Learn more about Bay and Corner Window Treatments
Virtually any Hunter Douglas window treatment can be outfitted for a traditional patio or sliding-glass door, but some are better suited to these and other large expanses of windows simply because they traverse horizontally. Learn more about Patio and Sliding-Glass Door Window Treatments
Window treatments for French doors are typically mounted outside of the opening (beyond the window frame), may require extension brackets or spacer blocks for proper clearance, and typically require a 'cut-out' to clear the French door handle or knob. Learn more about French Door Window Treatments
Cut-outs provide an opportunity to cover windows with unique architectural elements and are suggested for clearance around obstructions such as door handles, window cranks and window air conditioners. Learn more about Cut-Outs
Limitations and restrictions may apply. Visit your local Hunter Douglas specialist for more details.