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Window Shades in Your Home

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PageLines- widthscreen7.jpgAll artists understand the importance of light and colors, of how to manipulate it, filter it, highlight it, slant it, dim it, and ever more. Da Vinci, Michael Angelo, Picaso, Edvard Munch all artists who played with colors and light to create masterpieces. Now it is your turn!

Your home is your canvas, your inspiration your brush, your décor your colors, and your windows your light. Play with your colors and your lights to the fancies of your inspiration and let the masterpiece unfold.

And to shade in those sharp lights zebrablinds.ca offers a variety of choices of colors, materials, and types of shades that may make your inspiration feel a bit hesitant to pick Relax! Here is a bit of help for your inspiration to guide you true. We have a few examples of shades that may be just right for your palette:

Roller Shades: For all you frugal artists this may just be what you are looking for. Roller Shades are simple and neat with its pull-down mechanism to open or close the shade. You can choose the colors, the fabric or the material perfect for you.

Pleated Shades: As the name suggests are shades with pleated fabric. For the artists with an inclination for being efficiently green, this is your shade. Manufacturers often use additional layers that makes pleated shades more energy efficient and perfect to maintain your privacy.

Roman Shades: For the artists looking for that classic beauty these shades are made for you. You can pick your unique colors and any materials just like drapes. In addition, these shades can be selected to fold in a beautiful pattern that pleases aesthetics of your inspiration.
Hard Window Shades: For the artists looking for that solidity of efficient beauty these shades are your calling. They give a rich look to the windows and are highly energy efficient. Best of all they are wonderful with filtering and manipulating the light entering your canvas.

Now go and let your inspiration lead you to your masterpiece!

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