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Customized Window Shades

When it comes to shades, JO-VIN is the expert you need. We know how to handle and perfect all styles of shades to fit your window as well as your design concept. Below are the basic types of shades and optional features, including manual and motorized controls, lining options, and borders. JO-VIN welcomes your call to discuss your project’s shade needs.

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Simple treatment that comes in many styles and can accommodate a variety of fabrics and lighting needs, from blackout to solar fabrics.

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California Roman

These shades have sewn-in pockets for batons and create a neat, organized look.

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Flat Roman

A smooth, uncomplicated design with no horizontal seams or stitches going across the shade. Small tack stitches run vertically on the face of the shade to construct memory fold lines in the fabric.

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Soft-Fold Roman

A structured yet soft look created by the batons sewn into the back of the shade. The face waterfalls from top to bottom, creating pleats in the fabric.

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Soft-Belly Roman

This shade has a soft and flexible bottom that creates a half-moon effect at the base as the shade is pulled up.

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Balloon Roman

Has multiple swags at the bottom of the shade.

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For a formal look that is soft and elegant.

Options for Shades



  • Unlined
  • Blackout-lined
  • Interlined

Inside-Mount or Outside-Mount

  • Affects the parameters of the shade


  • Add a fabric border in addition to the main fabric of the shade

Added Valance or Cornice

  • Add an additional fabric valance or fabric covered cornice to the top of the treatment

Top Down/Bottom Up

  • This option allows the shade to come down from the top along with regular operation
  • Requires a valance or cornice