Cellular shades are best known for their energy-saving properties but also offer a wide array of customizable options. Cellular shades get their name and insulating power from their honeycomb shape that traps air between the window and the room, buffering against heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer. Double cell shades offer maximum insulation. Light filtering or blackout fabrics provide privacy and light control choices in a wide array of colors, textures and even patterns. Customize your honeycomb shade with convenient lift options including cordless, top down-bottom up , and motorized remote control.
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Size24" x 36"
Type of Window
Cellular Shades FAQ
Cellular shades are a unique style of window treatment used to block or filter light and add insulation to windows to help save energy and reduce costs. Each cell is constructed with honeycomb-shaped pockets built to trap air at your window. Choose between a single or double cell variation, depending on how much insulation you’d like to add. These unique shades are also highly customizable, available with multiple lift options, colors, and light-blocking materials.
Honeycomb blinds and cellular shades are two names for the exact same product. The honeycomb name is just a reference to the shape of the individual air-pockets in each cell. Call them whatever you want, they’ll still add insulation and style to your windows.
Blindsgalore cellular shades are among our most economical style of window treatments. Plus, think of how much you’ll save on your energy bill! As with all of our products, final price depends on the size of your shade and the features you’ve decided to include.
customer reviews for cellular honeycomb
By Caton from MO
We were very impressed with our honeycomb shades we ordered on line! They are good quality and at a great price. I've already been telling people to shop at Blindsgalore.View this product
By Carol from MI
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