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Cellular Shades

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Canada's Source for Cellular Shades

Also known as honeycomb shades or honeycomb blinds, cellular shades are made of two pleated pieces of high quality, light filtering fabric that are sewn together to form horizontal columns. These shades offer the perfect blend of style, durability, and energy efficiency.
Thanks to their unique design, cellular shades keep warm and cool air from escaping through your windows while adding sleek, dimensional lines and a sophisticated aesthetic to your space. They can also be lowered or raised from the top and bottom, allowing for maximum privacy and light control.
Since cellular shades are available in a wide array of fabrics, textures, and colors, you’re sure to find options that meet your needs and preferences.

Frequently asked questions about roller shades

Cellular shades are made of fabric cells that expand and contract, just like an accordion when you raise or lower them. They’re specifically designed to trap air, provide insulation, and even lower your energy bills all while offering a soft, elegant look and feel.

At Shadings, we offer a diverse selection of cellular shades in all types of colors, patterns, and textures. Therefore, you’re bound to find the ideal shades that perfectly match your room’s design and color scheme. If you’re unsure of what will look best, rest assured our expert team is here to help.

Honeycomb blinds are some of the most energy efficient window coverings on the market. Through a series of honeycomb-like cell pockets, these shades trap the air that surrounds your windows, keeping your space cool in the summer and warm in the winter. They’re a great way to lower your heating and cooling costs.

Since cellular honeycomb shades are translucent, you can reap the benefits of privacy and light control without having to sacrifice beautiful outdoor views. They also feature air pockets between their two layers to provide excellent insulation as well.

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