Woven Wood Shades by Hunter Douglas are very popular in coastal homes in Massachusetts and Hartford, Connecticut. Whether you live near the water or desire a coastal look and feel, Provenance® Woven Wood Shades are a great window shades solutions. Natural woven shades are crafted from fibers and materials found in nature. For example, various grasses, reeds, and bamboo we often see when living and traveling around.
Hunter Douglas Woven Wood Shades
Hunter Douglas woven wood shades are available in light-filtering and room darkening fabrics. If you want to let light stream into your space, choose light-filtering shades. If you prefer more privacy, room darkening woven shades are ideal. Natural woven wood shades have beautiful textures and colors. Choose from a wide array of fabrics during a shop-at-home appointment.
If you love handcrafted and artistically woven fabrics, natural woven shades may be the right choice for your room setting. Call 1-800-462-5133 to schedule a FREE In-Home Design Consultation today.
Woven Shades Fabric Patterns & Colors
Hunter Douglas sources some of the best woven materials to add beauty in any space. See sample natural shade swatches. There are a total of 41 fabrics featured in the Provenance® Woven Wood Shades collection. Shades On Wheels can show you the window shade fabric samples in the comfort of your own home.
Shades On Wheels carries sustainable window shade fabrics. More homeowners and commercial businesses are requesting the use of authentic materials in design projects. Hunter Douglas Provenance Woven Wood Shades look stunning in seaside studios, small cottages, condos, townhouses, and luxury homes and apartments. These shades are also popular in commercial settings like restaurants in Hartford, CT, SouthShore and Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Achieve A Coastal Look
Natural wood is used in most any interior design setting. The fabrics are handwoven with attention to detail. The weaves of the material stretch for durability. The patterns are stylish with an organic look. You can add banding, edging, liners, or valances to dress these window shades up even further. Keep it basic or fancy it up with natural patterns and textured fibers.