Natural, High-Class Tailoring: Grasscloth Roller Shades

Abigail Sawyer | 15 Jul 2013 | Roller Shades

Natural fibers make our hearts sing. They’re a renewable resource and bring gorgeous texture to the home in a wide array of applications. You’d better believe that they’re especially gorgeous on windows.

Woven wood shades are the most common incarnation of natural window coverings, but if you’d like to see a dressier, cleaner look, try their cousin of the shade world – our brand new Grasscloth Roller Shades.

Effortless Style

These lightweight textiles add breathless texture to any window size. The grasscloth fabrics are made with cellulose, polyester, and jute blended in beautifully complex weave patterns. Light filtering fabrics allow sunlight to gently enter while cutting glare and providing an added level of daytime privacy.

International Sensibility

This collection of 20 hand-selected materials offers a beautiful range of color and texture. Grasscloth roller shades have been sweeping the European home decor scene for the last few years and are now coming to the US market for the first time. Be one of the first to get this high fashion look for your home!

Made To Fit Your Style

Customize your shade by choosing from a variety of lift options like continuous cord loop great for extra wide roller blinds, cordless spring blinds or remote controlled. Get a consistent look from floor to ceiling with a fabric wrapped valance and hem bar.

See The Premium Natural Light Filtering Roller Shade For Yourself!

These elegant new shades are available with limited United States retailers, but you’ll find them at the best price with Blinds.com. Order free samples to see and feel the beautiful grasscloth fabrics in your own hands.

  • About Author

    Abigail Sawyer is a Senior Social Media Specialist for Blinds.com. She's a home improvement junkie who is currently restoring a 1972 cottage with the help of her husband and goldendoodle, Biscuit. Walking in the footsteps of Martha Stewart, she’s happiest when she’s crafting or whipping up a new recipe; although nothing beats curling up with a good book and some Girl Scout Cookies. Follow her on twitter + instagram at @whatabigailsaw