Blinds.com Architectural Roller Shades in Harlequin Cornflower contemporary-kitchen
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Blinds.com Architectural Roller Shades in Harlequin Cornflower Contemporary Kitchen, Houston

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Mitchell Parker added this to What’s the Right Way to Hang Roller Shades?
Standard RollThe most common option is the standard roll, shown here, in which the fabric rolls back, close to the window glass. “Having it as close to the glass as possible blocks the most amount of light and affords the most privacy,” says Josh Gaudet, a design consultant with Blinds.com.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

earthhab added this to window treatment
Standard Roll The most common option is the standard roll, shown here, in which the fabric rolls back, close to the window glass. “Having it as close to the glass as possible blocks the most amount of light and affords the most privacy,” says Josh Gaudet, a design consultant with Blinds.com.
Michael John at Collaborative added this to Window Treatment Hard Ideas
The most common option is the standard roll, shown here, in which the fabric rolls back, close to the window glass. “Having it as close to the glass as possible blocks the most amount of light and affords the most privacy,”
koan added this to Window treatment
Standard roll, fabric rolls back, close to the window glass. Having it close to the glass as possible blocks the most amount of light.
leo52 added this to draperies
Standard roll - fabric close to the window - gives more privacy - hardware shows - this can be covered with a valance

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