Collection: Light Filtering Cellular Shades
9/16" Classic Single Cell Light Filtering Cordless Top-Down/Bottom-UpSold out NewRegular price$94.99Sale price$94.99Regular price
9/16" Single Cell Light Filtering Cordless BlindsSold out NewRegular price$73.99Sale price$73.99Regular price
3/8" Budget Double Cell Light Filtering CordlessSold out NewRegular price$55.99Sale price$55.99Regular price
7/16 Double Cell Light Filtering shadesSold out NewRegular price$88.99Sale price$88.99Regular price
3/8 Single Cell Light Filtering Top Down Bottom UpSold out NewRegular price$40.99Sale price$40.99Regular price
3/8" Single Cellular Shade - Budget, LIght Filtering, CordlessSold out NewRegular price$49.99Sale price$49.99Regular price
Light-Filtering Cellular Shades
Have you ever wished you had more control over the light that enters your room? Roman shades offer either complete darkness or allow all the light to enter your room. But you’d prefer something that filters light, creating a soft glow during the day, and blocks most of the light during the night.
That’s where light-filtering cellular shades can help.
These attractive shades feature cells that filter light, giving you more control. They make an attractive addition to any home, and it’s even easy to install cellular shades with the right help.
Cellular shades come in top-down, bottom-up varieties and versions that attach to your window using a bottom rail. You can even get cellular shades with cordless lifts, which are ideal for homes with children or pets.
How They Help You in the Home
- The smart design of cellular shades means they’re more energy efficient than other light treatments. They prevent warm air from exiting a room during cold days and block warm air and sunlight from getting in when it’s hot.
- With their unique texture and range of designs, cellular shades mesh well with most interior décor.
- You can use these shades to control the amount of light that enters a room, though they rarely offer complete light blocking.
- Many light-filtering cellular shades come without cords, making them easier to operate and safer for homes with little ones running around.
Can you see through light-filtering cellular shades at night?
While you can’t see clearly through light-filtering cellular shades at night, they don’t offer as much privacy as other types of window shades. If you have your light on, people outside will be able to see you in silhouette.
What are light-filtering cellular shades?
Where many types of shades block light from entering a room entirely, a light-filtering cellular shade offers more light control. They turn sunlight into a warm glow that brightens your room, meaning you have less need for your in-home lights. Your choice of light-filtering cellular shades also has an effect. For example, opaque shades block more light whereas honeycomb shades have more of a softening effect.
Are light-filtering cellular shades energy efficient?
Cellular shades are energy efficient, especially if you choose a double-cell fabric. Their R-values, which measure how well the fabric resists heat flow, range from 2.0 to 5.0.
How to clean light-filtering cellular shades?
There are several ways to clean light-filtering cellular shades, depending on the specific issue. You can remove dust using a vacuum and hose brush nozzle. If vacuuming doesn’t remove a stain, blot it using a damp cloth, warm water, and mild detergent. You can also use cans of compressed air to get rid of anything that gets stuck inside the cells themselves.