Why Choose Roller Shades?
When you think of roller shades, you probably think of the cheap plastic shade that’s both unattractive and difficult to operate. It’s time to see roller shades in a whole new light. At The Shutter Guy serving Charleston, we carry the latest styles of high quality roller shades that are as functional as they are beautiful. Roller shades are a classic window treatment that has been updated with beautiful styles, colors, and textures. They can be used in any room of your home, adding a touch of style while providing an easy-to-operate cover for your windows. Consider these reasons to select roller shades over other types of window treatments.
Classic, simple look. The simplicity of roller shades gives them a versatile style that will work in any room. Their sleekness will not feel bulky or get in the way, making them the ideal choice for any window. For bedrooms, optional blackout features help you sleep soundly. Roller shades are a popular choice for doors too!
Ease of use. Roller shades are easy to install, easy to operate, and easy to maintain. With a simple clutch system, opening and closing your is easy. Motorization options put control of your roller shades at your fingertips! To clean and maintain your roller shades, simply wipe them off with a damp cloth.
Value. Even though roller shades have come a long way with a variety of style options, their simplistic design still makes them an affordable window treatment option.
Extras to Customize Your Roller Shades
There are many ways you can customize the look of your Hunter Douglas Designer Roller Shades. The standard roller shade has fabric covering the roll at the top of the shade and the bar at the bottom. Here are a few options to add decorative elements to those areas of your shades:
- Select a faux wood slat in place of the standard bottom bar, available in nine color choices.
- For a clean, sleek look, choose the fabric-wrapped Cassette system to conceal the fabric roll at the top of the shade.
- Add 2” designer tape trim for the bottom of your shade to accentuate colors and textures. Placed at the bottom of the shade, the tape trim replaces the bottom bar of the shade.
- Instead of standard hem at the bottom of your shade, you can add decorative hems. Decorative hems are best for kitchens and living areas as their specialized shapes can sometimes leave gaps where light can get in.
Roller Shades in Charleston Area
Serving the greater Charleston area, the window treatment professionals at the Shutter Guy are trained to assist you in the selection of the right treatment for YOUR windows! Our knowledgeable and experienced staff knows how to ask the right questions to ensure your new window treatments exceed your expectations. Contact us to schedule a consultation, and be sure to check out our Calling Out Cancer program to see how a percentage of your purchase with us goes toward cancer support and research.