Driftwood Flatweave Bamboo Roman Shade (17" - 28" Width)

  • $ 16.99
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Relax the look of any room with the calm and comforting Driftwood Flatweave Bamboo Roman Shade. Environmentally friendly, semi-private textured natural shades (also called bamboo blinds, bamboo shades, or woven woods) stylishly filter light and protect your furniture from fading. The rich wood tones of natural shades are complimentary to jute and sisal rugs as well as many hardwood floor and furniture finishes. Natural shades are textured window blinds that are available in many different colors and styles. They are popular window treatments for coastal and beach properties, lakeside or country cottages, and traditional or metropolitan homes. For additional privacy or neutral backing, you can attach a fabric privacy liner to the back side of natural shades. Another option for additional privacy is to outside mount natural shades, then inside mount an inexpensive white black out roller blind.

  • NOTE: This blind is 0.5 in. (1.27 cm) narrower than the order size (or the size shown on the box
  • For an outside mount, order 0.5 in. wider than the overall area to be covered
  • 6 in. matching valance included
  • 1/4 in. flatstick driftwood slats alternate with 1/8 in. natural brown bamboo matchstick that provides light filtering and semi-private window treatment to your home, cottage, lake or beach house
  • Real natural bamboo slats are easy to maintain
  • Semi- private shades provide light and privacy control for windows
  • Driftwood natural bamboo slats alternate in a coastal pattern woven wood weave that will compliment any room
  • Semi-private roman shade have a lift and fold system that opens and closes easily for some privacy and light control light
  • Decorative tassel matches perfect to the style of the shade
  • Finished bottom rail
  • Decorative designer tips included on package
  • Easy installation
  • Interior roman shade
  • Designer Tips: Add additional depth and texture to a room by layering natural shades under curtain panels or cornice boards; To make a window look larger, outside mount the shades on the window molding, or up to the ceiling.