Hunter Douglas Blinds
Hunter Douglas created the aluminum blind in 1946 and has been leading the way with proprietary products and innovative style in window coverings. Hunter Douglas products are sold around the world under various brand names such as Hunter Douglas, Luxaflex, Duette, Silhouette and Vignette.
The Hunter Douglas range focuses on great designs and practical functions The window treatments are customized to suit all customer’s needs and offer ease of use along with strength and durability.
Safety and security are also important features of Hunter Douglas blinds as they offer built-in safety features. From cordless blinds to motorized operations, Hunter Douglas provides some of the most leading-edge designs in blinds and window treatments.
The Hunter Douglas brand also acquired the Levolor and Kirsch window covering business and brands in 2016.
Hunter Douglas’s proprietary systems make the window treatments extremely smooth to use with excellent performance, convenience and extra safety features. One can identify these with the “Designed with Safety in Mind” logo. Some innovations in Hunter Douglas include the award-winning LIteRise and SmartCord and PowerView.
Hunter Douglas blinds offer a variety of light control and privacy settings in one of the largest selections of fabrics and materials, starting from sheer to semi-dark to opaque. The speciality of Hunter Douglas blinds is its ability to deflect and redirect sunlight with precision. Hunter Douglas window treatments are specially engineered with translucent material to diffuse harsh sunlight and disperse it deeper into the room, lighting up rooms naturally and reducing the requirement for artificial lighting.
Hunter Douglas innovations include the now popular Top Down/Bottom Up system. This lets you operate the shades from the top, the bottom or somewhere in the middle for maximum privacy and access to natural light. Hunter Douglas also invented the energy-efficient Duette Shades. The latest innovation is the Duette Architella Shades that use an extremely modern design for greater efficiency and insulation, keeping homes warm in colder temperatures and cooler in the summer.