14,321 light filtering blinds Home Design Photos

Allure WT
Vignette Roman Shades
Ideabooks3,089
Questions9
what kind of blind is that?
Who is the manufacture for the blinds?
These blinds are Top Down Bottom Up Vignette Roman Shades by Hunter Douglas.
privacy at night with the filtered light when the blinds are open.
Or blinds for privacy instead of frosted glass
Different ways to let light in
Lets light in, keeps cold out!
Vignette roman blinds from Hunter Douglas - top down bottom up...
“Vignette” — kelli7
Lisa Scheff Designs
2 Reviews
Window Coverings
Ideabooks8,733
Questions12
I love the way the color of the blinds look. What color is that and what type of light filtering are they?
vertical cellar blinds? If so, where can I find them in assorted colors?
What kind of blinds are on the windows?
Where can I buy the light fixture? Who makes it?
When you open the blinds on the doors
where can i buy the drum light
allow light in but keep the room private.
It is a great color! Unfortunately, I did not select the pain in this room, so I'm not sure what it is. I sell the Hunter Douglas blinds that are in the window and on the slider.
Drum light and texture of window coverings
creative use of cellular blinds horizontal & vertical
Blinds on a sliding glass door. Cellular shades make great covers for sliding glass doors that need full privacy. Cellular shades also act as insulation, protecting your home from cold and heat with their energy-saving honeycomb design.Tip: Carry the same shade to other windows in the same room for a
“Window treatments” — laniberge
The Wiseman Group Interior Design, Inc
2 Reviews
Northern California Home
Ideabooks1,762
Questions4
I have the standard metal blinds that almost anyone has. Mine are breaking here and there and I need to repair or replace them. How do you repair the metal blades in the blind? I would rather get one replacement bar instead
instead of a whole new unit. bryanflake1984| http://www.gotchacoveredwf.com/blinds/index.php
Hello kal123, These window coverings are similar to Hunter Douglas Horizontal Blinds (http://www.hunterdouglas.com/horizontal-blinds). They come in an array of colors, materials, and opacities to match your taste and style. They have ones that are real wood, wood and faux wood composite and then we
wood or composite with large slats to block out as much light at possible
there are to admit light. Wood blinds commonly come with 2- or 2½-inch slats, but wood can warp, which lets in light. For long-term darkness, choose composite blinds, which look like wood and retain their shape indefinitely.
“the look” — Evans Okere
Elizabeth Reich
22 Reviews
Jenkins Baer Associates
Ideabooks3,355
Questions5
Could you please tell me the type of blinds these are? I love this look. Thank you.
I'm planning on ordering binds from blinds.com. What shade would this match from the ones carried on blinds.com?
picture? http://bit.ly/Xwk0tZ Looks like they're 20% off now. http://bit.ly/13KsMIc Good luck with your decorating! 3 Day Blinds
Many blind manufacturers have options like these to choose from. Good luck!
probably put them on windows that aren't ever directly in the sun's view. Really cool, and I doubt they are very expensive. http://www.gotchacoveredwf.com/blinds/index.php
Dark wood shades contrasting with light walls and dark floor
Love the texture of the blinds!
Bamboo blinds might be less expensive than the slats
“gorden” — raninurmala
KYZLINK
VILLA BLACK AND WHITE
Ideabooks1,717
Questions1
the heat/light before it gets to the windows
Exterior blinds are potentially even more effective than interior blinds. Unlike interior blinds, they block heat before it is transmitted through the window and warms up the room. They
extrenal blinds a.. an idea for balcony
With exterior blinds to keep the sunlight off before it penetrates the windows
this home integrated exterior blinds into the facade as a beautiful architectural element.
Outside blinds is a idea.. but like the walk
Exterior blinds are potentially even more effective than interior blinds. Unlike interior blinds, they block heat before it is transmitted through the window and warms up the room. They are tricky to add to an existing window, however, so are best left for new construction. The designer of this home
“terrace steps” — dmiscoll
Limelight Interiors
Whole Home Makeover
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Light-filtering Roman blinds add texture to the space and an area rug with age-worn charm adds warmth and softness underfoot Limelight Interiors
window blinds
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Contemporary Clasic in the Netherlands
Ideabooks2,145
Questions2
roman shades... please take a look at this other post I made on houzz regarding them. http://www.houzz.com/discussions/704735/Blinds-and-chairs-
Wow! Where did you get the blinds?
Office and tv room blinds on the inside
Simple, white Roman blinds dress the large windows in the master bedroom."We always look around us in restaurants, hotels, shops, lifestyle magazines, on vacation," Petra says. "Design ideas come from everywhere."
“More simple” — ppaskali
Glenn Gissler Design
Glenn Gissler Design
Ideabooks9,691
Questions10
Who are the overhead light fixtures by?
Those are 2'' Wood or Fauxwood blinds. I would usually not suggest this for a bedroom it doesnt block the light but in this case you can see there are draperies to cover the blinds to block out the lights. http://www.blindsdirectcanada.com/blinds-toronto/horizontal-blinds.html
These interior layer of window treatment is 2" wood Venetian blinds with a tape - in this case black. You can also order them without a tape - the tape gives a more retro feel. FYI - This is Michael Kors Master Bedroom
contrast of blinds with white curtains
Dark blinds or white blinds? Also like the
Dark, but still let's in light. Nice!
Like this look, dark blinds contrasted with white drapery
“Blinds” — jkertz1
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