The beauty of a floor-length blind is from head to toe
Photo caption: (Two shots of grand piano room) Now you see them, now you don't. Perceptions blinds cover windows, filtering incoming light, then move smoothly out of the way when it's time to enjoy the view.
(NC)—At first sight, you'd say that a Perceptionsblind is a big, beautiful expanse of glamorous sheer fabric. But have a closer look. As the sun rises in the sky you'll realize that behind the fabric are movable vanes that subtly filter the incoming light. As day turns into night, you can close the vanes completely, to ensure privacy.
And that's not all. This floor length blind covers a walk-out to the patio. The entire blind, sheer fabric and light-filtering vanes, can be moved smoothly and quietly, out of the way if you'd rather enjoy the full view, or step outside onto the patio.
“Despite its high functionality this blind is very flexible, with a soft, less techno look that will harmonize with just about any room style,” says Mary Dobson, the spokesperson in Canada for Levolor Window Fashions, and a frequent presenter on Citytv's Cityline. “There's a wide range of fabrics to choose from, not only delicate neutrals including a beautiful soft gray, but also several strong, vibrant colours. The Seclusion collection is semi-opaque, ideal for locations where privacy may be an issue.”
With a choice of stacking patterns and controls, plus the possibility of 12 foot wide panels, the Perceptions line provides a simple, elegant and flexible light control solution for large windows and doors.
Mary reminds us that the “layered look” remains popular in window treatments, and with the vast selection of Levolor fabric choices and types it's possible to fully co-ordinate your windows with any room in your home.
“You'll also find a wide selection of valances,” says Mary. “There are decorative fabric valances, and rods in five different finishes, with a variety of end caps and finials. Subtle or ornate, laid back or bold and beautiful, these blinds will adapt to any style or location.”
More information is available online at www.levolor.ca.
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