Blinds Chalet Introduces New Cityscape Roller Shades

Aug 4 2011

Blinds Chalet introduces new Cityscape Roller Shades to bring a new perspective to offices, bedrooms or apartments. People no longer have to fly to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower or New York to look out at the Empire State Building during the day. These stylish custom-made cityscape roller shades bring popular images from the Brooklyn Bridge to Chicago Lights as well as the Golden Gate Bridge to houses, work spaces and more.

“These are fun blinds portraying black and white cityscapes to bring art to windows,” says Chris Stanley of Blinds Chalet. “They can be rolled up to maximize daylight, or pulled down to filter light. It let’s people feel like they live in another world. Imagine living in New York in an apartment that looks out onto the brick apartment next to it. Install these roller blinds and you’ll have the best views in the city.”

Cityscape images are centered on the roller shades which are custom made to fit individual windows. The image may be cropped slightly to fit the blind appropriately. Images can generally be manipulated to fit either vertical or horizontal windows, however it is important to ask first as the Eiffel Tower are only recommended for vertically oriented windows.

Blinds can be upgraded to include a decorative cassette headrail to hide the roll at the top of the blinds. Blinds are available in time for the holidays with 30% savings.

Blinds Chalet has been a leader in the window treatment industry for over 25 years. They specialize in cellular shades, window blinds, drapery, drapery hardware, shutters and more.
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