Doghouse window with two triangles
Before the patio is finished
We built this addition 10 years ago but recently have decided we want to cover the upstairs windows for a better sleep environment. Right now they are covered with old blankets and sheets, this does not look good from the inside or outside.
What I would like to find is either shades or curtains for the triangle windows and one matching shade/curtain that would keep the top of the doghouse window open. I love waking up during a good snow storm and seeing the snow blow over the top of the house!Answer
Cellular shades are just what you need!
We have cellular shades for the doghouse window that opens from top down. When opened the cellular shades will compress at the base of the window. This will expose the whole window so you can look out and see the snow blowing. You will also be able to close it for privacy and insulation as you need it.
The two triangles on the side can also be fitted with cellular shades however they will stack on the top like you can see on our trapezoid window shades
You can fill out the form on the bootom of the trapezoid window page to get more information.
With the right shades you will be able to enjoy your lovely windows.
Window shaped like a house odd double angle
What to do on a window that has a double angle? I have a window that is shaped like a house with a peaked roof and I need options.
Is there anything that can go on an angled window that will pull up all the way? Is there such a thing as a drapery rod that can hang at an angle?
You can use our curved curtain rods to hang curtains on your house-shaped window. Instead of curving the rod you just bend it in the center. The clips hold on the fabric around the rod, this way the fabric does not slip off the rod.
Another idea is to use cellular shades which opens by compressing to the bottom of the window sill. You can read more about it at pentagon type window.
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