1Material

Step 1 of 6

2Size & Mount

Step 2 of 6

3Pleated Material

Step 3 of 6

4Controls

Step 4 of 6

5Hardware

Step 5 of 6

6Product Label

Step 6 of 6

Review Your Order

New this season
  • Caramel 4491
    Loading swatch...
    • Material: Caramel
    • SKU: 4491
  • Ivory Lace 3274
    Loading swatch...
    • Material: Ivory Lace
    • SKU: 3274
  • Nickel 3271
    Loading swatch...
    • Material: Nickel
    • SKU: 3271
  • Pebble 14273
    Loading swatch...
    • Material: Pebble
    • SKU: 14273
  • Sky Blue 3275
    Loading swatch...
    • Material: Sky Blue
    • SKU: 3275
  • Straw 14270
    Loading swatch...
    • Material: Straw
    • SKU: 14270

View all

    • General tips

      Use a metal measuring tape to ensure accuracy.
      Round down to the nearest 1/8".
      Measure every window, even if they appear identical.
      If you're measuring more than one window in a room, work from left to right and label every window.
      Download a handy worksheet here.

      Mounting inside window frame

      Inside mounts provide a finished, built-in look, without covering the window molding. You need a minimum of 2" unobstructed mounting depth within your window frame (most product styles). If your frame isn't deep enough for the style you've chosen, use an outside mount.

      Please note that inside mounted treatments will have a light gap; if you need maximum light control and privacy, consider an outside mount.

      1. Measure the inside width as indicated below:

      Your blind or shade will be made slightly smaller than the size you specify to allow operating clearance. Do not add to the size of your product for a tighter fit. If you do, it will not fit properly inside your window.

      2. Measure the frame depth from the closed window, or any obstacle such as a window handle, crank or alarm sensor, to the edge.

      Obstacles can interfere with your treatment's operation, and you may wish to consider an outside mount.

      Mounting outside window frame

      Outside mounts can make a window appear larger. When windows are not square, or there is insufficient frame depth for inside mounting, an outside mount is recommended.

      Please note that a minimum of 2" flat surface above the window or on the window frame is required for mounting brackets (most product styles).

      1. Measure the outside width of the area you wish to cover. If space allows, we recommend adding overlap to reduce light per the chart below. This is your ordering width.

      2. Measure the height of the area you wish to cover. If space allows, we recommend adding overlap to reduce light per the chart below. This is your ordering height.

      Download complete measure guide.
      Dimensions    What's this  
      • Measuring Guide Installation Instructions
      • Width (in.)
      • Height (in.)
    • Outside Mountshades are mounted on your wall or molding. Even if windows have enough frame depth for Inside Mount, you may prefer the extra room darkening and privacy Outside Mount provides.

      Inside Mount shades are contained within the window frame. Our Honeycomb Shades require at least a 3/4" frame depth for Inside Mount (required depth varies with some upgrades). You may prefer an Inside Mount because it provides a finished look without covering the molding; it also allows more clearance to layer Drapery, a Valance or Cornice over shades. Before choosing Inside Mount, be sure to check windows for "squareness", as Inside Mounted shades will not operate properly or hang attractively if windows are not "square."

      See Measure Guide.

      Side Mount is useful when shades cannot be mounted to the top of the window frame. Side Mount Brackets for shades up to 60"w x 72"h as a No Charge Option.

      Mount    What's this  
      Mount[clear]
      • answer image
      • answer image
      • answer image
    • Select Pleated Sheer top portion of your shades from smooth or striated texture solids. These neutral tones are easy to decorate with and complement all of the colors offered in our Honeycomb Shades.


      To operate three ways, just raise or lower to suit your needs: separate lift cords to let you lower the sheer portion for more view; raise the Honeycomb portion for light control + insulation; or choose any combination of the two.

      Pleated Material    What's this  
      Pleated Material[clear]
      • answer image
      • answer image
      • answer image
    • Cordless Lift System allows for safe and cord-free operation of your shade, making it ideal for homes with small children: Lightly push the handle up or pull down to position shades.

      2 on 1 Headrail is ideal for wide windows. Two side-by-side shades mount under one bracket rail to create a unified look; each shade operates independently, increasing your light control options

      .
      Lift System    What's this  
      Lift System[clear]
      • answer image
      • answer image
      Lift System [clear]
    • The cord control allows you to raise and lower your shade. OptiLight Honeycomb Shades comes standard with cords on both sides of the shade.

      Cord cleats to tie off control cords will come with your shade when standard lift is ordered. Cord cleats eliminate dangling cords for added child and pet safety.

      Cord Position    What's this  
      Cord Position [clear]
    • Your Honeycomb Shade comes standard with premium top and bottom rail options. Select from either Fabric Wrapped in your shade's material for a consistent look top to bottom, or a metallic finish in either Bronze or Brushed Nickel finishes. If you select a shade with Cordless Lift, Loop Control or Motorization, your headrail will be larger.

      Upgraded Lift Bronze Upgraded Lift Brushed Nickel Upgraded Lift Fabric Wrapped
      Standard Control Bronze Standard Control Brushed Nickel Standard Control Fabric Wrapped
      Rail Color    What's this  
      Top Rail + Bottom Rail[clear]
      • answer image
      • answer image
      • answer image
    • Operating Pole
      Operating Pole [clear]
    • To keep the bottom of your shades in place, mount our complimentary Hold-Down Clips in the lower corners. This is especially helpful in high-wind locations or for shades placed on doors.


      Extension brackets are used for outside mount installation requiring additional clearance between the window treatment and the mounting surface. Extension brackets allow you to clear obstructions such as molding, window cranks, door handles, etc.

      Hardware    What's this  
      Hold Downs [clear]
      Extension Brackets [clear]
    • Product Label
      Room Type [clear]
      Window Description
    REVIEW

    Review your selection below-you can click on any option to review or make changes. Once you have completed & confirmed your information, add the item to your cart.

    • Material:
    • Size & Mount:
    • Pleated Material:
    • Controls:
    • Hardware:
    • Product Label:

    This item has been added to your cart.

    • Material:
    • Size & Mount:
    • Pleated Material:
    • Controls:
    • Hardware:
    • Product Label:

    TOTAL $ Tell us your dimensions to see prices