{window treatment wednesday}

My all time favorite window treatment is the Silhouette® by Hunter Douglas. If you’re not familiar with the Silhouette®, it’s a horizontal shade with fabric vanes suspended between two sheers.

 Why I like the Silhouette® :

  • it works in contemporary, traditional, and casual room settings
  • depending on your decorating taste, it can stand alone or side panels can be added to dress it up
  • visually, it’s a pretty shade
  • you can see through to the outside when the vanes are opened
  •  it’s a full privacy shade when the vanes are closed
  • the shade disappears into the fabric-covered headrail when raised
  • beautiful neutrals, with over 200 fabric and color selections
  • the vanes are available in 2″, 3″, or 4″

Guest post from Michele Maxx, Hirshfield’s Roseville location.


3 Responses to “{window treatment wednesday}”

  1. Erin Says:

    These look so great!! We are moving into a new home next month and will be looking to replace some shades. These just went to the top of my list!

  2. Marsha Says:


    Let me know if we can help you out. Are you heading out to the burbs? Building, existing, or a surprise for your readers? Good luck on the move.

    • Erin Says:

      HI Marsha! Yes, heading out to the ‘burbs! Not too excited about being so far out, but our new (to us) home overlooks Lake Minnewashta and is very cool!! Can’t wait for you to see!

      I will definitely let you know if you guys can help us out with the blinds! We are also looking to wallpaper too, and painting of course, so maybe we can make some fun posts of it!

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