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Redi Shade White Paper Light Filtering Shade from Home Depot

Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:45 am
   
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Perfect for projects or just to create a nice look in your home, these Redi Shade white paper light filtering shade from Home Depot are affordable, nice looking and super versatile because you could really use them for all kinds of things. These paper window shades go under the category temporary over at Home Depot, because that's exactly what they are. They filter light, are easy to remove and put wherever you want them, and you can have a lot of fun with them.
 
Setting up the right window treatments, whether that is mini blinds, vertical blinds, roman shades or bamboo shades to mention a few can really make such a huge difference. With these window treatments you're basically blocking unwanted light, you get privacy, and often you also achieve a really nice stylistic touch which is hard to beat. Home Depot is one store that carries a wide array of these products, however Lowes and Sears are other good options.
 
These Redi Shade light filtering shades are so cool and would be great no matter whether you just want to block the light, or if you're looking for something to use for a project. 
 
Redi Shade White Paper Light Filtering Shade - 36 in. W x 72 in. L (6-Pack)

"The Redi Shade 36 in. x 72 in. Paper White Light Filtering Shades (6-Pack) are an excellent choice for projects. They can be quickly installed just trim, peel and stick. These shades feature a white finish and pleated design to offer a decorative appearance. 36 in W x 72 in. L (6 Shades per package). Actual shade width is 36 in. No deductions are made to this shade - the actual width of this shade is the same as width ordered. For an inside mount, fits windows 36 in. wide. For an outside mount, fits windows up to 33 in. wide (with 3 in. excess for optimum light control and privacy). 100% recyclable" 
 


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