When you think about the sunny South Florida climate, one of the things that immediately come to mind is the amount of natural light we are blessed with all year. If your windows are exposed to direct sunlight, curtains by themselves may not be the right treatment. In this case, shades are more adequate, and you can never go wrong with Hunter Douglas Solera or Vignette shades. We are going to describe these treatments so that you can choose accordingly.
Hunter Douglas Solera Shades
These advanced shades, which follow the Roman style, are made with special materials that make them ideal for South Florida homes. If you are looking for a window treatment that features softness plus a tailored appearance, we suggest you consider Solera shades in your most prominent windows.
Key Features of Solera Shades
* Diaphanous materials can make your living spaces energy efficient by allowing the right amount of illumination.
* You can choose from a nice collection of colors and textures.
Hunter Douglas Vignette Shades
These are also Roman shades, but they also happen to be among the most advanced window treatments in the Hunter Douglas catalog. Vignette shades are made with fine fabrics that can either be folded or flat according to your interior design preference. The Duolite model of Vignette shades allow you to completely darken a room for the ultimate in privacy.
Key Features Of Vignette Shades
* The fabrics are as attractive as they are thick and durable.
* With Vignette Duolite shades installed in your home, you have an additional panel that will block even the most luminous natural or artificial light.
Which Is The Best Option For Florida Houses?
Both Solera and Vignette homes are superb choices for South Florida homes. You could actually install both in your house if you want to dress up more than one set of windows; however, there are some details that set these two treatment apart. Let’s review how these shades compare in terms of looks and functionality:
Vignette Duolite shades have the upper hand in this regard. If you what you want is the ultimate in privacy and light-blocking properties, Vignette is a sensible option.
Solera shades excel in term of energy efficiency because they can filter enough light for you to keep lamps and bulbs off during the daytime. At the same time, Solera shades can lower room temperatures by a couple of degrees.
The softness of Solera shades make them ideal to combine with sheer or heavy curtains. Vignette shades, on the other hand, tend to look better on their own.
Learn More About Hunter Douglas Shades Products From Reef Window Treatments
At Reef Window Treatments, we are proud to be the premier Hunter Douglas dealer and installer for Miami and the Florida Keys. We can dress up your windows anywhere from Key West to Coral Gables and the Brickell District.
Please contact our offices with any questions related to our Hunter Douglas window treatments or their installation. Find out which window shadings are right for your living room.