Sometimes it feels like as much as we love the sun, we also can’t help but hate it too. After all, if the sun is so necessary, why does it get in the way of everything that we want and need to do? It’s nearly impossible to attend video meetings for work when the sun is casting glare over your monitor and seeing the sunshine outside when you are stuck inside can feel a bit insulting. Home is where the heart is, and right now, the heart wants a little bit more light control. If you also find yourself stuck at home and struggling to get things done when the sun is convinced that it’s summer, there is no need to despair. There are solutions to help you stay productive, and stay in the dark, regardless of what the sun has to say on the matter. Keep reading to let the team at Advanced Window Fashions tell you why you’re going to love custom Hunter Douglas blackout shades for homes near Kiawah, SC.
A better question might be “What aren’t blackout shades?” Custom Hunter Douglas blackout shades are less a specific style of shade than a level of functionality you can add to other window shades. What makes normal window shades into blackout shades is the opacity of the fabric that is used to make them. To qualify as blackout shades, this fabric needs to be as opaque as possible, getting as close to complete light control as can be achieved. This fabric can be used to create a variety of different window shade types, so you can enjoy total light control while also enjoying the other aesthetic and functional benefits of Hunter Douglas shades.
As stated above, you have a number of choices for what shades you would like to turn into custom Hunter Douglas blackout shades. A few styles are particularly suited for blackout capabilities, however. Roman shades, roller shades, and woven wood shades all make excellent blackout shades, although for different reasons. The elegance of roman shades allows you to get the most from both form and function, while roller shades are so simple and easy to use that they make enjoying blackout shades a no-brainer. And, if you find yourself particularly stressed right now, blackout woven wood shades can make your home feel like the dark, tranquil heart of a forest, even if you’re homeschooling kids and trying to work at the same time.
Like all other Hunter Douglas shades, all custom Hunter Douglas blackout shades can be operated either manually, or remotely through the PowerView® automation system. PowerView® makes it easier than ever before to ensure that you really keep the sun out when you need it, but also gives you the freedom to adjust your window treatments as necessary.
To learn more about custom Hunter Douglas blackout shades for homes near Kiawah, SC, contact Advanced Window Fashions today! Our showroom is conveniently located in Mount Pleasant, SC, but we also proudly serve Mount Pleasant, Charleston, Isle of Palms, Kiawah, Sullivans, Seabrook, and John's Island.