Covering odd-shaped windows

Protect your interiors from UV rays. I’ve seen several cases where the suns harsh rays fade furniture and flooring. By covering these windows called “Speciality Shapes” you can prevent damaging your home furnishings.
Hunter Douglas Easy-view Movable Arch
This shade is fabricated with the Hunter Douglas Duette fabric. You can lower the shade to the sill when it’s a rainy day when you want more daylight entering the window. During sunny days when you have the need to protect your furnishings the shade can be raised to the top of the arch. 

Hunter Douglas Duette Skyrise
This shade is excellent to keep the sunlight from entering the room. Especially in this bedroom setting where a room darkening shade cloth was used.
Hunter Douglas Everwood Blind
This wood blind is made to fit a speciality shape. The louvers are in a fixed position.
Hunter Douglas Silhouette
The eyebrow window above is a nice look with the Silhouette mounted on the inside of the frame. The louvers are in the open position and are not movable.
Hunter Douglas Silhouette
Another common shape, again with fixed vanes in the open position
Hunter Douglas Vignette
 All speciality shades are in the stationary position with this roman shade look.

Hunter Douglas Brilliance pleated shade
This shade is stationary and inoperable
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