With the recent focus on “eco-friendly” and “environmentally conscious” endeavors, many companies are looking to provide goods and services with reduced, minimal, or no harm to ecosystems or the environment. For those who are looking to transform their homes with manual or motorized shades while also remaining conscious of their environmental impact, Phifer’s SheerWeave fabrics present a sustainable and aesthetic touch.
With environmental concerns increasingly prevalent in today’s discussions regarding design, architecture, and construction, it’s no wonder that window treatment manufacturers are offering eco-friendly fabrics and aiming to reduce waste (and their overall environmental impact). Today, we take a look at Mermet’s GreenScreen fabrics and their significance.
In our last blog post, we briefly touched on solar shade fabrics and openness factors, exploring a bit of the functionality of solar shades and the benefits they provide. Today, we’ll look at a few more things to consider when choosing fabrics for your solar shades.
An important consideration when selecting manual or motorized solar shades for your home is the openness of a shade’s fabric. The optimal shade openness for your space will depend on what you’re looking for, whether it’s privacy, maintaining a view to the outside, or both.
The reworking of our space began during my job interview in February 2018. I felt strongly that with a few changes, the space would be better suited for its current program.
In residential projects, paint, lighting, and window treatments are usually considered last. However, these three elements can have a dramatic effect on the functionality and feeling of a space.
How often do you think of the varied light sources in your home? The (almost) extinct A-Lamp incandescent has been replaced by innumerable options in the recent past, some of which are still emerging in the residential market.