Eco Friendly Blinds & Shades
- Make your home green
- Save on energy costs with insulation
- Environmentally sustainable natural fibers
- Reduce reliance on petroleum energy
- Renewable and recycled material
Eco friendly blinds and shades are identified as especially "green" based on material content, recycling potential, and green certifications. Materials such as bamboo, reeds, jute, and real wood are sustainably harvested out of natural elements, reducing harm on the environment. Faux wood blinds are made from specially formulated recycled materials that can be recycled again when it's time to redecorate. EcoGreen shades use environmentally responsible fabrics that are PVC-free, 100% Recyclable, and LEED Certification Friendly, so they can be used as eco friendly window treatments in both residential and commercial settings. There are also earth friendly window treatments that provide energy saving features, such as insulating cellular shades.
24" x 36"
3/4" Pleat (3)
.75 inch (3/4 of an inch), are the second largest available, and equivalent to 16 pleats per foot.
Cordless Top Down/Bottom Up (3)
Cordless top down bottom up shades allows you to lower the shade from the top, raise it from the bottom, or both.
Top Down/Bottom Up (3)
Top down bottom up is ultimate privacy and light control option - raise the shade from the bottom, the top, or both
Horizontal blinds and shades operate up and down instead of side to side. These types of blinds work well on nearly all windows except sliding doors.
Flattened pieces of bamboo in various colors are the star of these window treatments
Take a look at our cellular window treatments.
Offering a variety of natural textures, fabric is featured in a number of shades and vertical blinds.
Strands of wild grasses are woven together for casual style
Whether a simple design or a complex weave, matchsticks make the shade.
Wood Planks (1)
Stained or painted narrow slats of wood are featured in these shades.