Bottom Up Window Shades
Bottom Up Window Shades – Typically, shades extend to cover a window by dragging from the top edge of the window. For some applications, it is more useful to have reversed window shades, which return to the window sill. You extend these shades to cover the window by pulling them upwards. Since the reverse shades cannot trust seriously, they have some sort of hook or tension device to keep them aloft.
A mobile connection or “honeycomb” shadow target top down / bottom up window shades uses several layers that are linked to air pockets expand and contract as the shade raises and lowers. True to its name, you can shade two options to open and close it. You can raise its lower edge, as with a traditional window shade, or you can lower its top edge, which with a reverse color.
Bed, Bath and Beyond top down / bottom up window shades 23 “x 64” white shade provides a honeycomb structure, as well as the target model, with the option of traditional or reverse function. It filters light for energy efficiency and raise wireless. Otherwise JC Penney’s Top Down / Bottom Up cordless cellular shade requires no cable for smooth operation, either traditional or reverse. The shadow is thicker than standard cellular shades, improve energy efficiency by keeping the heat in winter and reduce heat absorption in summer.