Covering Angled Windows
When you are wanting to cover angled windows you are facing some challenges. Most people want to open the entire window to maximize the light and the view. Like in this home, which has a fantastic view, they wanted to make sure that the top opened up as much as possible. When angled window shades are made by standard window covering companies they only open to the low point of the angle. This would eliminate like 4 or 5 square feet of the best part of the view.
Did you watch the video? In it I show you the best angled window shades that you can get, in my opinion. I love that the engineering in them allows them do everything you desire. They give you great insulation, fantastic views, small stacking and a great way to show off to your friends the amazing way that they work.
Valances For Angled Shades
In this view of angled window shades I also show an important factor that you need to consider. That is the valance that is included. Here are some facts. The valance is custom made, but typically comes in sizes of 5” or 7”. The 7” version does a great job of hiding all of the shade, which is preferred by most of our clients. The 5” version, which is shown in this post and video was selected for the angled window shades because it hides the headrail, but allows in the most view and light to come in the space.
As is always the case, your needs will have very specific factors that we will help you solve. This client is thrilled with their angled window shades and we’d love to bring you the same happiness with your project.
Kempler Design is located in Reno NV and serves the northern Nevada and Lake Tahoe regions with a mobile design showroom. Paul Kempler, its founder is considered a window fashions expert. Kempler Design has been featured in many prestigious projects, including the HGTV dream home in Lake Tahoe. Kempler Design works with homeowners as well as interior design firms looking for a local contact in the Reno/Tahoe area or is available for travel.