Our Top 5 Favorite Motorized Shades

Motorized shades make an excellent addition to any home and are a great way to showcase a sleek, safe, and sophisticated look. These shades are naturally cordless, making them an excellent choice in homes with small children or pets. Motorization will also give you effortless access to hard-to-reach windows and total control over the light in your home, from anywhere in your home. You can also schedule your shades to lift and lower, on a timer, to ensure your shades are in the perfect position at the perfect time, without you having to do any of the heavy lifting

With a single remote, you’ll be able to control multiple shades with a simple push of a button or tap of your smart phone. They can even connect to your smart home, Google Home or Amazon Alexa device. It doesn’t get any easier than that. See what our design experts have picked as their Top 5 Favorite Motorized Shades.


#5. Blindsgalore® Motorized Solar Shades

  • • Blocks harmful UV rays without blocking your view
  • • Control up to six shades with a single remote
  • • Multiple openness levels to balance view/privacy

#4. Blindsgalore® Motorized Skylight Shade – Light Filtering

  • • Best choice to cover hard-to-reach skylights
  • • Gently filters incoming light and adds insulation
  • • Solar-powered motor is an available upgrade

#3. Blindsgalore® Envision Motorized Solar Shades

  • • Unique SheerWeave fabric filters distracting glare
  • • Lowers utility costs and improves energy efficiency
  • • Huge selection of neutral weaves and solid colors

#2. Blindsgalore® Select Motorized Cellular Shades: Blackout

  • • Blocks 99% of incoming light to darken your room
  • • Perfect for bedrooms, media rooms, or nurseries
  • • Single and double cell styles available for added insulation

#1. Blindsgalore® Envision Motorized Roller Shades

  • • Dozens of solid colors, patterns, and textures available
  • • Choose between light-filtering or blackout fabric
  • • Can be linked directly to your smart home or smart device