For a wide selection of roller shade styles, check out LWP Home Products, serving the boroughs with Hunter Douglas and other quality brands. And when you choose LWP’s team to measure and install your new roller shades, you can be assured that your investment in your home’s beauty and curb appeal will fit exactly. From the initial consultation to our follow-up call after installation, we make sure you are 100% pleased with your roller shades.
Roller shades are what most people think of when they think of “shades.” They are made of a headrail and one or more solid pieces of fabric or another material that extend all the way down your window. Roller shades are easy for LWP to install and for you to clean. Routine housework with a feather duster should do the trick. They are ideal for bedrooms or street-facing rooms in which you sometimes want to shut out sunlight completely or maximize privacy. There are even blackout roller shades for this purpose.
We've re-imagined roller shades by combining the clean lines of a standard roller with the innovative cellular construction of our original energy-efficient honeycomb shades.
When you want the simplicity and elegant design of roller shades and the energy efficiency of Hunter Douglas cellular window coverings, LWP carries this brand’s line of Sonnette roller shades. These ultra-thin shades are as trim as ordinary roller shades but have a nearly invisible second layer. This way, Hunter Douglas’s invention of trapping air in “cells” between the two fabrics forms a kind of insulation to keep cold out in winter and heat out in summer. You’ll appreciate the quality that Hunter Douglas puts into these shades as well as your lower energy bills.
Among LWP’s Hunter Douglas roller shade offerings, Designer Screen Shades are especially effective for blocking excess UV light so your furniture and other valuables don’t fade in the sun. They are also a good choice for your living room as they maximize privacy. Our Designer Banded Shades alternate solid and translucent bands in one roller shade when you want your privacy but also let in sunlight to liven a shadowy space. Hunter Douglas Designer Studio Shades offer more fabric colors and textures, both opaque and semi-opaque, selected by noted designer Rebecca Atwood.