It began with a simple curiosity. An inquiring desire to transform a window into a fashion statement
with innovative functionality and impressive style. That desire grew into a vision to create window
shades without limitations. Recognizing a window shade's unique ability to elegantly accent any room
of the home, Levolor Natural Woven Shades combine the latest fabrics, textures, and patterns with exclusive,
easy to operate light control options. By incorporating these elements into a look that is equally
exquisite and functional, Levolor Natural Woven Shades reflect an entire lifestyle in each room.
Standard wood headrail 5/8" x 1 1/2"
6" high valance
Valance returns (outside mount only)
Wood cord tassels
Lift cord on the right side of shade
Hold down brackets (outside mount only)
How to measure
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Type in the room and window location for this shade. This information will help to match the shade with its window.
Inside mount means the blind or shade is installed within the window frame, leaving the outside frame exposed.
Outside mount is a window covering that is mounted outside of the window frame, either on the flat surface (moulding) or in some cases on the wall.
Where you want the cord to be placed on the shade, left side or right side?
Standard Rectangular This cord lock shade allows you to raise and lower the shade by pulling on the single cord. Shade may be stopped at any point. Waterfall Waterfall shades are made with material attached to the fron of the wood with a valance attached to the back of the wood headrail to hide components. The lift cors will be behind the material. Top Down Bottom Up (Duofold) This system allows you to raise the shade from the bottom up or lower the shade from the top down. Continuous Cord Loop This is a continuous cord loop operating system. The cord loop is pulled in a circular motion to raise or lower the shade.
Use multiple shades on one headrail to accommodate wide windows or patio door that can't be covered by a single window treatment. A single headrail makes installation easier and adds a unified look to up to three independently operable window treatments.