Vignette Vertical Solution. These are the three leading elements leading new design trends this season. The appeal of larger windows in today’s new home is driven by the desire to bring more natural light into living spaces. The advances in eco-friendly building and improved insulation allow grand window designs that are energy efficient as well. Hunter Douglas’ new Vignette Traversed with Vertiglide Modern Roman Shades brings elegance to windows by way of its design, and sheer fabrics top the chart in popularity.
How to Combine Vertical Design with Sheer Textiles for Light Control
In 2011 Hunter Douglas introduced the Vignette Traversed with Vertiglide that combines the beauty of traditional Vignette window shadings with the versatility of a vertical design, which is an ideal choice for large windows. In fact, split stack shades that open from the center, as opposed to standard verticals that draw or open to one side, can reach up to 32 feet. A tight enclosure at the top, featuring a privacy guard built into the vertical rail helps prevent light leaks. Because most vertical blinds are mounted outside the window frame, the privacy guard enhances light control particularly with sheer textiles.
Multitude of Colors, Patterns and Textures Available in Vignette Line
Vertical blinds with fabric vanes come in a variety of textiles, including sheers that provide incredible light control and light-filtering ability, which is why they are so popular in White Plains, NY. Sheer fabric in warm, natural tones enhance interior ambiance, warming up interiors especially in the fall and gray winter months here. Warm terracotta colors are very fashionable right now and many homeowners with a flair for interior design complement earth tone sheer with brighter accents on the walls like bold orange and springy green to finish a room.