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Hunter Douglass Window Fashion Types

We feature a wide selection of window fashions. With the right window covering you create a mood, a look, a setting or a coordination of colors with the latest styles, trends and shapes in window fashions.
When you shop at Anderson Flooring & Tile you’ll have the opportunity to coordinate your new floor covering with your window fashions! We have some of the best window blind selections in the Chicagoland area and are Hunter Douglass installers. We look forward to helping you with your window blind needs.

Vertical Blinds 

They complement most window shapes and add height to any room. The vertical vanes, available in a full range of styles from moderately priced vinyl and aluminum to decorative fabrics, rotate open and closed and draw across the window or sliding glass door like a drapery to provide excellent light control. 
Benefits: Contemporary alternative to drapes. Drapery-like textures and patterns. Provides light control. Easy to clean. Gravity does the dusting.

Wood Blinds 

Also a type of horizontal blind that’s similar in construction and operation, wood blinds offer a warm natural look. Wood is a natural insulator providing excellent energy efficiency. Wood blinds are most commonly offered in 1” and 2” slat sizes and in a variety of paints, stains and finishes. The wide slat sizes offer a bolder, traditional, shutter-type appearance. Woven cloth tapes can be added to coordinate with the surrounding décor. 
Benefits: Excellent light control. Adds warmth. Offers feel of wood furniture. Blends with traditional or contemporary décor. Extremely energy efficient. Economical alternative to shutters.

Horizontal Blinds 

Commonly known as mini blinds, horizontal blinds are the most widely used window treatment available. They consist of aluminum or vinyl faux wood slats, ranging in sizes from ½” to 2 1/2”. They can be raised and lowered with the pull of a cord. Their sleek design and wide range of colors and styles makes them suitable for almost any room décor. 
Benefits: Excellent light control. Vast selection of colors and styles. Varying slat widths for different size windows. 2” blinds offer traditional feel. Durable.

Honeycomb Shades 

These shades feature a unique pleated honeycomb construction to provide both fashion and energy efficiency. A pull cord allows you to raise and lower the shade as needed for light control and privacy. The durable, washable polyester fabric is available in a wide range of colors and prints, in small, medium and large pleat sizes and in various densities from sheer to total blackout. 
Benefits: Excellent insulation. No visible cord holes. Available in wide widths to cover large windows. White backing provides uniform look from outside. Easy care and maintenance.

Pleated Shades 

Pleated shades feature decorative fabric in permanent accordion-like pleats that are crisp and stylish. Like honeycomb shades, they also lift and lower with the use of a pull cord. Woven fabric brings out the color intensity and material texture. Pleated shades are available in various densities to filter the sunlight or completely block it. 
Benefits: Offered in rich fabrics to match all decorating styles. Ideal use with drapery treatments. Various levels of privacy available. Liners offer light control. Easy to operate. 


Window shutters offer a classic style and are an ideal solution for windows exposed to high heat, humidity and other extreme climate conditions. Louvered shutters are available in three styles: cafe shutters, plantation shutters, and sliding shutters. Like cafe curtains, cafe shutters cover only the bottom portion of a window. Plantation shutters cover a window from top to bottom. Sliding shutters work like sliding patio doors and operate on a track where one door slides behind the other. Shutters can be made from hardwood or formulated ultraviolet resistant poly-satin compounds that are guaranteed never to warp, fade, chip or peel, regardless of high heat or other extreme climate conditions. 
Benefits: Increase energy savings by reducing heating and cooling costs. Protects interior from ultraviolet rays.