Make a Statement with Bamboo Shades 

Woven fibers are key when trying to achieve an earthy, organic vibe in your home. Bamboo shades, also known as woven shades or woven woods, are one of the hottest design elements you can add. Why? They’re like the art of the window–filtering light and inviting visual interest through the unique fibers and weaves of the fabrics. Let’s introduce you to our Provenance Woven Woods collection…


Striking a Balance Between Trending & Timeless

Bamboo Shades have gained a great deal of attention over the past couple of years as more and more homeowners have discovered the beauty of woven design elements. What’s important to note is that these textured shadings are not new. They’ve operated as both roller shades and roman shades–two of the most popular types of window shades. 

dark black bamboo shades in Fort Myers FL home
Provenance® Woven Wood Shades, Collection: Antigua, Color: Stingray

They’ve evolved, ever so gracefully, from what most people referred to as “matchstick blinds.” This evolution has brought gorgeous design changes, in the fabrics and materials used. Bamboo shades are considered to be a part of the roman shades category, although there are numerous types of woven textured shades that can still be roman or roller.


Uniquely Woven

Bamboo shades are crafted using a variety of natural fibers, including reeds, grasses, woods and the aptly named bamboo. The speciality weaves result in a number of unique patterns, specific to each of our woven woods’ collections. It’s this texture that brings warmth and dimension to your home. No one collection is quite like another. Available in a variety of color-ways, it’s easy to get a one-of-a-kind look.

fabric samples from the provenance woven wood shades collections
Samples from 4 collections of Bamboo Shades: Calliope, Minerals, Tahiti & Nottingham

Liners: Light Filtering, Room Darkening & Energy Efficient

With bamboo shades, you can customize the type of lining you have, from light-filtering to room darkening. The liner can be attached, or it can operate independently, as is the case with the Duolite® dual shades option of adding a secondary cellular shade for energy efficiency.

window shade flipped to show the attached liner
The attached liner can block in-coming light even with a light-colored shade.


Motorized Shades Remove the Hassle

There are times when you want a wide open view of your landscape, and there are times when you want to hide away in the privacy of your home. Adjustable window shades will always be the ideal way to make a shift in your home’s atmosphere. But, when you want the schedule of incoming light and privacy to happen effortlessly, there’s no better way than with motorized shades

motorized bamboo shades in a sitting room on a three section window
Provenance® Woven Woods


Favorite Features of Bamboo Shades?

There are a number of features that homeowners love when adding bamboo shades to their homes. One is the option to cover either windows, doors or both with the same materials, whether it be in horizontal roman shades or vertical shades. Another is the way these shades can be tailored to fit specialty shaped windows, including bay windows and angled windows.

top down shades in master bedroom
Provenance® Woven Wood Shades

And, one of the most popular options is top down bottom up, which allows you to keep the bottom portion of your window covered while enjoying entering natural light and treetop views. Which feature would be your favorite?

Ready to Get the Look?

Our team at At Home Blinds & Decor would love to help you pick out the perfect bamboo shades for your home! Our window covering specialists can bring samples right to you, letting you see which collections and colors coordinate best with your other furnishings. We can also show you how the light coming into your home would interact with the light filtering and room darkening options. Get in touch with us today for your FREE consultation.