Cellular Shades — sometimes called Honeycomb Shades — are window shades composed of numerous fabric cells that expand and contract like an accordion when the shade is raised and lowered. The cellular shade cells are designed to trap air, providing great insulation, creating comfortable indoor temperatures and helping to lower energy bills. All of The Shade Store’s Cellular Shades are handcrafted in the USA.
What Types of Cellular Shades Are Available at The Shade Store?
The Shade Store offers Cellular Shades in a variety of light-filtering, blackout and day/night materials — each available in single and double cell options.
Light Filtering Cellular Shades
Our Light Filtering Cellular Shades soften natural light and provide exceptional privacy. Pictured: ¾” Single Cell Light Filtering Cellular Shade, Lace — order a free swatch from The Shade Store today.
Blackout Cellular Shades
Our Blackout Cellular Shades block 99% of light and provide full privacy when lowered. Pictured: ¾” Single Cell Blackout Cellular Shade, White — order a free swatch from The Shade Store today.
Day/Night Cellular Shades
Our innovative Day/Night Cellular Shades are made with two types of materials — a sheer light-filtering material on top and a blackout material on the bottom. These Cellular Shades let you control the natural light in your home with a quick pull. Pictured: ¾” Single Cell Blackout Cellular Shade, White, with a Frost sheer top — order a free swatch from The Shade Store today.
Find the Perfect Cellular Shades for Your Windows
If you have any questions about Cellular Shades or need assistance finding the perfect custom window treatments for your home, we’re here to help. The Shade Store offers expert services every step of the way — from inspiration to installation. Our team of Design Consultants is available to assist you with Cellular Shade material selection, color coordination, measurement & installation scheduling and more, however you choose to shop. To get started, stop by your local showroom, visit us online or give us a call at 800.754.1455.