Revolve Shades | Zebra Shades
Outstanding Zebra Shades Technology
Zebra Shades are a one-of-a-kind combination of roller shade technology with Venetian blind functionality. Modern materials provide you with a view or privacy while producing soothing natural light. Revolve Shade fabrics are two layers of horizontally striped translucent and opaque cloth. The front and back layers move individually, allowing the stripes to glide between each other, producing an open and closed illusion with endless light control.
A single chain is employed to slide the two layers past each other. The shade is raised and lowered using the same chain. Zebra Shades can be lifted to conceal themselves in a cassette, providing an uninterrupted view of the outside.
Other names for similar products: Mandalay Shades and Vision Shades.
Zebra Shades Key Features
Zebra shades are among Canada’s most popular window treatments, integrating the functionality of blinds with shades’ gentle beauty and elegance. The versatility you get from zebra blinds makes them the top choice among homeowners and designers. With a functional and modern style, these shades complement any décor and interior design. You should look forward to the following features when you choose zebra shades from Wholesale Blind Factory.
Stylish Cassette And Hembar
The stylish cassette and hem bar are available in five colours: White, Vanilla, Bronze, Anodized, and Black. Being available in a variety of colours, zebra shades fit in any theme and decor. The five colours mentioned are perfect for almost any colour scheme. The simple, minimalist look doesn’t capture all of the attention. Instead, it acts as an accent and its elegance is something that the guests’ eyes will return to.
Roller Shade Technology With The Utility Of Horizontal Blinds
Zebra shades implement roller shade technology with your traditional horizontal blind technology. The horizontal blind look is sought after by many homeowners since the movement of the blinds is implemented with roller shade technology. The result is an amazing window treatment fit for any décor.
Our products are Greenguard certified, which means they are safe for the environment and our valued consumers. The products of Wholesale Blind Factory are all composed of high-quality materials that protect your safety. Our window shades do not contain any potentially hazardous chemicals or ingredients that could harm you or the environment.
These are great if you want to use Vienna blinds in a safe and stylish way. If you want to put up Vienna window shades but are worried about your kids’ safety, the automation option is great. Most parents find that cords pose a safety risk to their children, so getting one of these is a good idea. Automated roller shades are also great because they make it easy for everyone to use the shades.
We are confident in the durability of our products, so we provide a lifetime warranty. This is a warranty that comes with the goods, but there are certain circumstances that are not covered. This warranty does not cover, for instance, damage caused by natural disasters or discoloration induced by prolonged exposure to sunlight, among others.
How Do Zebra Shades Work?
Zebra shades have stripes that are sometimes solid and sometimes see-through. When you pull on the cord or pull-bar of a zebra shade, the fabric moves along a tube. This lets the stripes on the front and back match up solid over solid or solid over sheer. Solid on solid lets light shine through stripes that are see-through. Light can’t get through stripes that aren’t see-through.
With this structure, zebra shades can go from being see-through to being solid in an instant. It’s like tiling blinds or plantation shutters. You can pull your zebra shades up for a clear view with lots of light, or you can pull them down for privacy or filtered light. Zebra blinds with a top down bottom up feature lets you open the top of a window while covering the bottom.
What You Need To Know About Zebra Shades
Advantages of Zebra Shades
Zebra shades are defined by the term “modern with flexibility.” Zebra shades are perfect for light filtering. With the light control along with the versatile design, the window treatment is perfect for any room with any décor. You can fully pull them down for complete seclusion and privacy or open them to enjoy the ambiance of the natural light. We give you the option to choose the fabric of your zebra shade to make sure it fits your taste and your room. These are also the best candidates for automation. With automation, your children and your pets are safer than ever with the cordless option.
Zebra Shade Specifications
Zebra shades can accommodate a wide array of dimensions. The minimum width is 12” and the maximum width is 96” while the minimum height is 12” and the maximum height is 108” but 84” for sheer fabrics.
The mounting depth of zebra shades are versatile that can fit almost any window. The minimum casement for the bracket is ½” while the measurement for a fully recessed bracket is at 2”.
Zebra shades have a simple, minimalist design that doesn’t draw all the attention to itself; instead, the elegance of the design serves as an accent. The stylish cassette and hembar come in White, Vanilla, Bronze, Anodized, and Black. These five colours complement any colour scheme.
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How to properly install Zebra Shades
Step 1: The headrail of the zebra blinds should be leveled and centered, making a line.
Step 2: Locate the brackets using the pencil marks from step 1. Mount zebra blinds two to six inches from each headrail. Shades with three or four brackets should be placed between the two outermost brackets. Level the brackets and mark the screw holes.
Step 3: Drill pilot holes in the brackets with a 5/64″ bit. Hammer a nail into the wall if you don’t have a power drill. Adjust the brackets.
Step 4:To fasten the blinds, slide the inside rear of the headrail onto the metal tabs of each bracket. The headrail brackets are attached using a push. Pull the plastic tab on each bracket toward the shade using pliers. Examine the security of each bracket
Step 5: Make pencil marks for cable guide holes. Using pencil pilot holes, attach the cord guide to the window trim or the wall. The window will not open if the guide stretches the cord.
Step 6: You can now enjoy your new Zebra Shades.