Pleated Blinds & Accordion Shades
- A cellular shade look at a nice price
- Single piece of fabric with slat-like effect
- Casual, light look
- Add a liner for more privacy
Pleated Shades FAQ
A pleated shade is a single piece of soft fabric with the appearance of a cellular shade. The pleats give the shade a slight slat-like effect and no-holes construction provides quality light coverage. Pleated shades are lightweight and are available with a variety of lift options. Complete your look with a blackout or light-filtering liner for additional light control.
Pleated shades lack the honeycomb pockets found in cellular shades which gives them a much simpler design. While pleated shades may not insulate your windows as well as cellular shades, they will provide similar light-blocking features. Both shades are also available with in a variety of colors, textures, and patterns to match any type of décor.
Of course! Pleated blinds are an absolutely appropriate way to cover your window. While they may not provide insulation, their unique design can still add style to your space. We recommend ordering free samples to see your favorite fabrics up close and personal before ordering.
Pleated shades can be considered a mid-range style of window treatment in regards to price. Our Blindsgalore® Cordless Pleated Shades are a great starting point, available in many popular neutral colors and with a cordless lift upgrade included. As with all of our custom window treatments, final price depends on your window size, selected fabric, and customizable options.
customer reviews for pleated shades
By Connie from West Virginia
We purchased blinds to replace the old ones in our RV. We purchased the Rv night blind with day shade. They fit perfect and love the look and color. Great serviceView this product
By VicP from Texas
These shades are fantastic. I can't sleep when we stay in a park that has bright security lights or if the sunrise is early in the morning. I replaced the original RV shades with these. Luckily they were from the same manufacturer, so all I had to do was clamp them in place, using the original brackets.View this product