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Also known as Bamboo Shades, Grass Clothes and Woven Woods, Natural Woven Shades are made by looming unique combinations of wood, bamboo, rattan, jute and other natural products to create an almost endless pallet of warm & colorful selections. Natural Woven Selection Shade material can be used to cover windows with shades that raise & lower or sliding glass doors and window walls with designs that traverse from side to side. Natural weaves give you numerous choices in texture and design and add an earthy touch to any room in your home. Woven shades can have fabric liners to add extra light filtration or even provide full room darkening. Rope and twin can be woven into the shade for additional texture and style. Decorative trim options and edge bindings can create a beautifully personalized look for any window treatment.
Woven Wood Shades
Wood tones are available in choices of cherry, mahogany, pine, ash and more to complement existing furnishing or provide your desired amount of contrast. Weathered woven wood shades or bamboos are an excellent option for kitchens and sun-rooms. These shades can be used to add an exotic, sophisticated look or a simple, rustic appeal, depending on your choice of colors and materials. Add a natural wood valance to complete the window treatment.
Natural Woven Shades
Natural material options include jute, reeds, grasses and bamboo. Eco-friendly natural woven selection are a wonderful choice for environmentally conscious interior design. Color choices range from light beige or cream tones to deep earthy browns and grays. Coffee tones provide options as dark as espresso or black. You can select from hundreds of patterns and bring the natural beauty of the outdoors inside your home
Our customers will enjoy working with one of the most diverse and talented teams in the drapery and custom window treatments industry. Some team members have been recognized for their accomplishments in local and national publications for their award-winning designs. Our work on a variety of single family homes and large commercial projects can be found in Santa Barbara Magazine, Ventana Magazine, Window Covering News, and Draperies & Window Covering Magazines.
We’re excited to work with you! After you request a consultation, our team will reach out to schedule the time. One of our Design Consultants can visit you at your location or you can schedule a time to meet with us here at our showroom. Our showroom offers working product samples with all if the various material selections.