A window with a round portion and a flat portion. These shades are often referred to as “half-moons”.
A window extending outward from a main wall; it forms a protrusion from the exterior wall.
Hardware that holds the shade within the window’s frame.
Device used for most standard manual shades. The cord is wrapped around the cleat for safety reasons.
Front surface of fascia is the same material as the roller shade. Used only on Triathlon wired or battery-operated shades.
L-shaped piece of metal that covers the front and bottom of a roller tube and fabric.
Flap and hanger are available to help finish the look of the large pocket with a fourth side that helps to hide the shade installation.
The top metal bar that’s on a roller shade.
When a shade is secured to the inner part of a window’s frame.
Fabric that allows light to pass through it without significant darkening.