Silhouette® Window Shadings

Silhouette® window shadings from Hunter Douglas are both beautiful and functional. These unique window fashions are available to homeowners and businesses at Blinds 360 in White Plains, New York.

Silhouettes consist of two sheer panels with fabric vanes that run horizontally between them. The sheer panels filter out harmful UV rays from the sun, protecting your flooring, furniture, and accessories. When the vanes are closed, more light is blocked depending on the opacity of the fabric selected. For an even darker room, Silhouette DuoLites combine the shading with a room-darkening roller shade that operates independently.

Silhouette shades cover windows very effectively when used alone, but they can also be combined with draperies, curtains, or valances. Use them in place of traditional sheers to provide light filtering when your curtains or drapes are open. And with over 60 fabrics to choose from, matching Silhouettes with your existing décor is never an issue.

Window shadings can be used in any room of your home, but they are particularly beautiful in a master bedroom where they add a luxurious look in addition to several levels of light control. The interior sheer panel also provides daytime privacy, even when the fabric vanes are open.

Several different operating systems are available on Silhouette shades. The EasyRise™ system uses a corded loop to open and close the shade; simply pull on the front or back of the loop to adjust the shade. UltraGlide® increases the safety of the shadings around young children or pets by using a retractable cord that stays out of reach. For a completely cordless style, Hunter Douglas offers LiteRise® and PowerView®, their motorized operating system.

In addition to these and other beautiful sheers and shadings from Hunter Douglas, Blinds 360 also offers window treatments from Worldwide, Horizons, Conrad, DeVenco, Norman, Graber, Lafayette, Phifer, Rollense, and Mermet. We serve White Plains, Westchester, Scarsdale, Irvington, Chappaqua, and Rye, New York.