Do you have skylights or other unique window shapes? Graber offers a wide array of specialty shapes. Relax, we can help size and order the perfect shades, mounts and accessories for your window.
Fabric selections differ between manufacturers but we can break them down into basic categories. In the following section, each row features different images of a certain fabric type. If you would like to see all the colors and patterns Graber has to offer, click here.
This variety of opacities is common across manufacturers and treatment styles. Whether you choose a roller shade, a roman shade or pleated shade, you will have the ability to control the amount of light your treatments filter.
14% Solar Shade
10% Solar Shade
7% Solar Shade
3% Solar Shade
Regardless of the manufacturer, the various fabric transparencies in the solar shade line are grouped by percentage. The higher the %, the greater the opacity/transparency or the greater the light transference. The lower the %, the greater the privacy
Some people like to purchase dual roller shades to have a highly transparent screen that blocks out UV's and heat and another blackout shade for total privacy at night. Other people don't have the need for privacy but do have a preference on the amount of light they would like to filter. Whatever the situation, solar fabrics allow you to choose the level of light filtering and privacy, depending on your needs.
Functionality (Lift Options)
Continuous Loop Lift
Smooth operation with a consistent cord length makes raising shades easier than ever; consider for large, heavy shades
Gently raise and lower the shade manually by grasping the cord pull, hidden behind the shade, and raising it up or pulling it down (back of Artisan shade shown)
Convenient, safe control with the touch of a button; great for large or hard to reach shades
Raise and lower using a free-hanging cord; it’s a standard, time-tested solution
Features to consider in the meanwhile
A decorative mounting surface designed to support blinds and shades in an arch or angled window.
Valances are a popular decorative choice in concealing drapery hardware. Depending on the manufacturer, valances can be fabric wrapped, wood, metal or plastic. They also come in a variety of shapes and sizes, depending on the treatment style.
The hem bar is located at the bottom of the treatment fabric and is typically composed of PVC or metal that matched the valance or hardware color. Some manufacturers offer fabric wrapped hem bars that match the treatment fabric.