Khaki Chatham Cellular Cordless Shade - 39" W x 64" L
Introducing a window shade that does it all with these Chatham shades by Insola. These shades feature a cordless head rail-thermal backing plus cellular fabric back provides two layers of additional energy saving insulation that enables savings on heating and cooling expenses. In addition, these Roman shades reduce outside light and noise, restoring a cozy atmosphere in your own home. Easy to install, these shades include brackets for either an inside or outside mount. The attached valance adds style while covering the working headrail. Additional safety features include a child-proof cordless head rail, where all inner cords are fully enclosed in the cellular fabric on the back of the shade. 100% polyester. Each shade is sold individually and measures 64" L. Dust or vacuum to clean.
Khaki Chatham Cellular Cordless Shade - 39" W x 64" L 3 3
Great except they break We purchased 3 of the 39" size. They look great, insulate well and darken the room just the way we wanted it. The problem is we have now replaced them 3 times because after a few weeks of use the rollup function on one of them will fail. They stop rolling up about 12" from the top. October 14, 2012
Looks Great, takes some fixing These blinds look great and I really like the way they fold up and down. They are a little difficult to install, especially alone. It's hard to keep them lined up evenly while marking where to place the clips. The way they clip in seems pretty secure, which is nice. I did have to fix the internal mechanism as a bit of glue had fallen off and they no longer folded up. It was a relatively easy fix with a hot glue gun, but it would have been nice if they were manufactured to be sturdier. They block out light well and work very well as insulators, too. Overall, I would recommend them. August 31, 2011
Recommend with reservations The blinds look nice and hang well. I bought them to darken my bedroom which they do well. After a couple of weeks the cordless function began to bind so that they now won't retract fully. August 10, 2011
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