What is similar to Hunter Douglas Silhouette?
We have curated our favorite Hunter Douglas alternatives. Blindsgalore® sheer shades a good choice instead of Silhouette shades. Bali® DiamondCell and Graber CrystalPleat are comparable to Duette shades. Blindsgalore® Expressions Roller Shades are good alternatives to Designer Roller Shades and Applause products.
Can you see through silhouette blinds?
Silhouette blinds are characterized by their ability to let some natural light shine through the window even when the blinds are closed. Even though light can come through Silhouette window blinds, anyone outside the window cannot see in through them.
Who makes Silhouette blinds?
One of the most popular window treatment options are Silhouette® window shades by Hunter Douglas. These shades are created with specialty fabrics and offer a unique combination of sheer drapery and window blinds. As a Burlington, MA Hunter Douglas Gallery, we are very familiar with this product.
What is the difference between silhouette and pirouette blinds?
Pirouette vanes are attached to a single sheet of sheer fabric and adjust in a different way. Their fabric vanes create thicker lines compared to the Silhouettes which can work in homes that may benefit aesthetically from their size.
What is the difference between Hunter Douglas Silhouette and Nantucket?
What is the difference between Silhouette shade and Nantucket shade? Answer, they are the same in design: Silhouette has a premium price due to a wider selection of fabric & color. Nantucket comes in only 3″ vane with less fabric selection than Silhouette.
Is it better to have blinds up or down?
When the blinds are turned up, that is, the rounded side faces out, there’s better light control as there are minimal gaps between the slats. Turn your blinds up. This direction is better for improved privacy too, as minimized gaps between the slats don’t allow curious passersby to view the inside of the house.
Which direction should my blinds face?
The direction — up or down — to close blind slats is a matter of personal preference, but if you want more privacy, tilt them up, with the rounded side facing out. With window blinds tilted up, passers-by can’t see in: The convex side faces the window, creating less space through which to view.
What is the difference between Nantucket and silhouette?
What are Silhouette blinds made of?
The Silhouette blind isn’t shy about taming harsh sunbeams and filtering out UV rays. The shading is made of sheer front and back facings, with fabric vanes suspended between them. When you open the fabric vanes, you will watch your room fill with a warm brilliant glow.
Why choose silhouette or Nantucket?
Silhouette and Nantucket are two of the best products for maintaining your beautiful views. When open, they are much less obtrusive than other products, due to the wide spacing between vanes. Nantucket has a 3-inch vane and Silhouette offers 4-inch vaning, the largest on the market.
Why Hunter Douglas silhouette® and Nantucket™ window shadings?
While there are many shading options available, Hunter Douglas Silhouette® and Nantucket™ window shadings offer the best in quality and innovation and a price that beats the competition. We love Silhouette and Nantucket window shadings because they’re such a fluid part of daily life in your home.
Why choose a Nantucket shade?
Transform Your Light —Nantucket shadings, with the Signature S-Vane™, help soften and diffuse ambient light as it enters a room. Fabric vanes that are suspended between two sheers can tilt to achieve your desired privacy. UV Protection —Protect your furniture, flooring and artwork from at least 75% of harmful UV rays.
Are silhouette window shades worth the cost?
You get what you pay for and most of our customers will tell you that they are well worth the cost! HunterDouglas has also released some less expensive alternatives that may make it more feasible if the normal Silhouette are beyond your budget. If home insulation is your primary goal, then Silhouette ® window shades are not the best choice.