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Honeycomb Basics Bottom Up Light Filtering/Blackout Cordless Shades

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$38.68

◼︎ WHY HONEYCOMB SHADES FOR WINDOW COVERING?

  • Opacities include sheer, semi-sheer, semi-opaque and blackout - so you control the light, not the other way around.
  • The insulating qualities maximize your home’s energy efficiency, especially with SoftStyle cellular shades featuring double cells.
  • The patented D-cell design keeps its crisp, full pleated structure and facing for the life of the shade.
  • The stain and wrinkle resistant, easy to clean fabrics practically take care of themselves.

◼︎ FEATURES & BENEFITS

ENERGY & COST EFFICIENT

The insulating cell construction helps restrict the outside air, keeping both you and your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer.
Honeycomb shades provide cost-saving energy efficiency that will help the planet and your pocketbook. 

◼︎ COLORS & FABRICS

Our high-performance fabrics allow rich colors to remain vibrant even as they filter sunlight. With dozens of neutral and softly sophisticated colors in various opacities, you control the light, not the other way around.

Blackout(BO)

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Light Filtering(LF)

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◼︎ HONEYCOMB BLINDS BASIC SPECIFICATION

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To get started, first choose the window covering you are interested in. When measuring to fit blinds or shades to your windows, it is important to remember a few key things. Decide if you want an inside mount or an outside mount before you begin the measuring process. A steel measuring tape is much more accurate than cloth measuring tape. Always measure to the nearest 1/8 inch. Don't round to a half or whole inch. Be careful about transposing measurements. Be sure to always have width and height clearly marked. And remember: always put your width measurement first, and height last (W x H). Then read our Measuring Guide.

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