Bottom Up Blinds elegantly solve this dilemma. Bottom up blinds, as the name suggests are blinds which pull up from the bottom of the window. They offer a great solution for rooms which are overlooked allowing you privacy to get on with your day whilst still allowing daylight in through the top of the window.
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These honeycomb shades can be lowered from the top or raised from the bottom. Make the most of your large windows with smoothy cord loop top down bottom up double cell light filtering cellular shades. These shades are designed to raise from the bottom and lower from the top, so you can maintain your privacy while still letting light into the room and keeping your view.
Cordless systems are ideal for homes with children and pets and for easy to reach locations. Perfect for Child Safety or when no visible cords are desired. Coordinating rail colors and end caps create a seamless, stylish look from top to bottom.
Top down bottom up shades allow you to lower your shade from the top or raise it from the bottom to find the perfect balance between light control and privacy. All blinds and shades below can be made with top down, bottom up functionality. Top down bottom up shades are most commonly used to allow natural light into the room while still maintaining privacy from the street.
The Atlas Bottom Up Shade is ideal for environments where privacy is a concern, but natural light is still desirable. Atlas Bottom Up Shades use an ultra-quiet, low voltage Somfy Sonesse 30 motor that can be either plug and play or in-wall wired. The Sun Glow Slim Bar has a smaller profile compatible with optional side channels and is available in white, linen, anodized, dark brown, and black with coordinating end caps.
If you want to let a little sunshine into the room while maintaining your privacy, a bottom up roller shade is an ideal solution. This type of window treatment requires nothing more than a traditional roller shade. Rather than installing at the top of the window, it is installed at the bottom.