- LinenOrder sample
- VanillaOrder sample
- TaupeOrder sample
The roller shades from the Eclipse collection are available in a variety of different colors that are in demand. This highly functional shade come with neutral tones and a natural texture. With an excellent quality to price ratio, this shade is a great choice for your window coverings. We offer this product in 4 colors.
Eclipse Blackout Roller Shade
Fabric: 100% polyester. The fabric facing the outside is white and the fabric facing the inside of the room will be your chosen color.
Option: 1, 2 or 3 shades on the same headrail available up to 144” in width
Roller Tube: Aluminum
Valance Option: Aluminum compact cassette, aluminium compact cassette with fabric, square fascia (4”), PVC valance with fabric
Bottom Rail: Aluminum oval base with fabric
Mechanism: Rollease – silent, durable
Control Lift: Safeguard Plus, DecoraSafe, Cordless
Motorization Option: Motorized Wand , Battery, Solar or Wired Motor
Included: Installation instructions, steel installation brackets, screws
Maintenance: Damp cloth
Eco-efficiency: The fabric prevents the sun’s UV rays from entering the room and reduces heat
Warranty: Lifetime for the mechanism and 5 years for the fabric
Delivery: 12 to 15 business days
Minimum width 12”
Maximum width 144”
Minimum height 12”
Maximum height 140”
Our shades come with up to 12 inches of additional fabric in order to conceal the roller tube
Minimum distance required for installation on the ceiling without valance 2 1/4”
Inside mount installation: do not make any deductions. The manufacturer will be sure to deduct for a perfect fit. The width of the fabric will be approximately 1/2’’ less than the actual measurement to account for the roller mechanism.
Outside mount installation: the width of the cassette valance will be the measurement provided in your order and the fabric will be approximately 5/8” less on each side. If, for example, the space to be covered is 60”, it is recommended to order 64” (being an additional 2” on each side) to ensure that the entire frame is covered, avoiding any gaps that would allow the light to shine through.