Operating Options for TwistTM Shades - Automation at its best
08 Apr 2022
When it comes to decorating your home, there are so many options available. From paint to furniture, you can change the look of your home completely with just one purchase. 
One of the most commonly overlooked interior design options is the use of curtains, blinds, and shades. 
While they are often viewed as an insignificant accessory in a room, they can actually have a major impact on the ambience of a space.
Whether you are looking to block the morning sun or create privacy while keeping in mind the natural light, shades can be used in so many ways. 
In this article, we will be discussing operating options for TwistTM Shades, as well as the reasons for selecting the operating system manual or automatic.

Why Use TwistTM Shades?

If you are looking for a creative way to completely change the look of your home, the TwistTM Shades should be at the top of your list. 
The TwistTM Shades window covering is the newest product offered by Hunter Douglas. 
Following are some of the reasons to choose TwistTM Shades:
  • They add style and class to any space
  • They can also help control the flow of natural light 
  • They prevent your home from feeling too exposed.
  • They use a combination of sheer and solid fabric bands in a single shade.
TwistTM Shades provide a stylish solution for light control, privacy, and view-through.

How to Operate TwistTM Shades?

TwistTMShades can be operated in 2 ways - 
  1. Manual

    Hunter Douglas offers a standard chain tensioner designed to enhance child safety, as well as an easy-to-operate chain clutch.

    TwistTMShades are made up of a series of sheer fabric bands.

    The shades can be put in 3 positions adjusting the chain tensioner:

    1. Open - provides soft filtered light while creating a view-through.
    2. Closed - provides complete privacy and blocks the light.
    3. Raised - provides an unobstructed view.

  2. Remote