Pleated Shades | Pleated Blinds
Pleated Shades feature a pleated accordion design that is decorative as well as functional. They look and act like shades, while the pleats offer the crisp linear definition of blinds.
Pleated Shades or Pleated Blinds are pleated fabric shades that pull up to sit flat at the top of a window to hide from sight or to reduce sunlight, and therefore heat, when desired.
Pleated Shades come in a standard 1" pleat or the grand 2" pleat. There are many colors and patterns of pleated window shades to choose from, including room-darkening pleated shades and other light-filtering options.
Classy, fashionable and conservative, pleated shades offer both functionality and style. A range of fabrics and colors are used for the creation of pleated shades. The pleats are folded to ensure that the pleats and cells do not sag or flatten after repeated use. Thick or sheer fabrics are used to capture or keep in or out the heat and light in accordance with customer preferences. Linings or backings can be added to control the amount of light that filters through the pleats or to provide that extra element of privacy.
Pleated Shades or Pleated Blinds by Shades Shutters Blinds are becoming increasingly popular. You can choose either a light filtering backing or a total blackout backing for most pleated blinds. One of the most popular options for pleated shades is the new cordless pleated shades which do not have strings. Cordless Pleated Shades are ideal for child safety and ease of use.