Roller shades are window coverings that have a rolling mechanism. The top of a roller shade fits at the upper part of the window. Cloth or vinyl is attached to the shade’s top as well as its bottom bar. In a standard rolling type of shade, the window covering rolls out from the back in a downward motion. In a reverse rolling roller shade, the fabric rolls from the front to create a more streamlined look.
Cassette head rail roller shades have a valance or decorative top section that covers the top bar. A roller shade may be accented with a bottom pull, fringes or scalloped edges. A small tugging motion with the hands on the bottom of roller shades causes the rolling mechanism to roll the shade up to reveal the window pane. When pulling the shade down, stopping halfway will allow the window covering to remain half open; pulling it downward all the way, closes it completely.
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