Top Down/Bottom Up 1" Honeycomb Cordless Cellular Shade

Sku # 041094811
Item # 94811
Our newest Cellular Shade is now offered in a top down/bottom up style, which allows you the versatility of opening from the top or bottom. Filter light while improving your home's energy efficiency! Cold and heat-blocking honeycomb design creates air pockets providing insulation without weight. Offers privacy too, and gives a soft, warm ambience to any room. Top and bottom rails are expertly finished for a neat, trim look. This shade can be inside or outside mounted, hardware and instructions are included.

(based on 3 reviews)

$79.95 - $109.95
Natural White
$79.95 - $109.95
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  • 64" long
  • 100% Polyester
  • Insulating
  • Imported
  • Dust Or Vacuum
  • Available in Natural or White
  • Item # 94811
  • How to Measure information
  • Measuring & Selection Tips videos
  • This shade can be top mounted (inside or outside)
  • There are brackets (included) that you install, that work for both inside or outside mounts
  • Then the metal headrail snaps into the brackets
  • Please note: you will need 2" of depth to mount the bracket
  • Shades of 48" wide or wider cannot be shipped Express or to Alaska, Hawaii or outside of the U.S.
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(based on 3 reviews)

By Nanda
Maynard, MA
"I bought 3 of these. Installation is fine if you know how to install blinds. I would not purchase these again because two of the blinds leave a small gap on the top when you have the top up. It bothers me to no end. I guess I could have returned them but the 38 inch wide once are almost never in stock at the store. Being close to the side walk I need shades. "
"I bought these for our bedroom and look great! I am very happy with the quality! I've had them for a year and still happy with my purchase."
"I am in tears from trying to install this shade. The instructions state the brackets should lie 3-4" from each end of where the shade should be installed. So I measure 4" and yes, with arthritic hands, you do need the help of a drill to install brackets. It took me over an hour to do so. When I went to hang the shade from the brackets, I discovered it wouldn't hook due to the location of the cord cases. Now I have to start all over again with brackets. Beautiful shade, lousy installation."
By Maureen
Sandwich, MA
"I have a one floor cottage and 17 years ago looked for this type of window coverage. Made do with curtain combinations and now these have become available within my price range. Up on the bottom to fit in an air conditioner, down on top to watch the weather and/or the birds in the morning. They also definitely block wind and cold air."