Pleated Window Shade

Posted On: October 24, 2017 - By Cabral

Pleated shade are made of stiffened and pleated fabric. When these shade are pulled up the pleats get gathered in a uniform manner and sit flat at the top of the window. The fabric chosen for making pleated shade is what determines how appealing the finished product looks. Different colors, weaves, patterns and textures are used, often as per customer requests, to make pleated window shades.

Bright colored fun prints can be chosen for a child’s room to add an element of charm. Manufacturers offer customers the option of choosing additional backings if the pleated shade are to be installed in a place where privacy is needed. The options offered to customers, ranges from pleated shades with reduced glare, no privacy; softened light, moderate privacy; softened light, substantial privacy and diffused light, complete privacy to blocked light, complete privacy. Type of fabric and backings are chosen based on the customers requirements categorized in this manner. The design and color of the fabric to be used is left to the customer to decide.

Pleated window shade can be made to fit various shapes like arches, angles, trapezoids and circles. Different shapes of windows like bay and corner windows, skylights, sliding glass doors and French doors can also be covered beautifully using pleated window shade.

The usual operation system options provided with pleated window shade are standard cord lock, a continuous cord loop system and a cordless system. Customers are also given the option to choose either a top down fold or a bottom up fold for pleated window shades. Some manufacturers provide motorized options for maneuvering pleated window shade.

Maintaining pleated window shade is quite easy. Feather dusting, vacuuming or just light dusting with soft cloth, on a regular basis suffices in keeping dust at bay. Stubborn dust can be removed by using a tightly squeezed damp sponge over trouble spots.

21 Photos of the Pleated Window Shade

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