Hunter Douglas Provenance Woven Woods

The word provenance implies a richly shaped tradition; to grow more beautiful and valuable with age. It implies a deep respect for lineage and history; the journey through time that a beloved item—like a work of art, or a historic artifact—has taken. But what does the word provenance have to do with Hunter Douglas? Good question!  If you think they’re rolling out a new line of chardonnays, or unveiling a long-lost still life from the Dutch Golden Age, don’t get your hopes up. Today, we want to talk about the ever-popular Provenance Woven Wood shades from Hunter Douglas. Let’s go over the details. Read on, then come on down to The Blind Gallery so we can get you started on your custom drapery and shades! Woven Wood Shades Woven woods are similar to bamboo. They offer a wonderful alternative to the traditional shade aesthetic to give you the option to go a little bit more all-natural. Their naturesque and minimal feel bring some of the outside into your home, but not all. And with Hunter Douglas manufacturing the offerings we have at The Blind Gallery, you can bet your blinds that the Provenance Woven Woods collection will give you years and years of value, while only aging for the better all the while. Specs
Moderately priced Vertical or horizontal orientations
12”-192” wide, 12”-118” high Specialty shapes are available
About the Provenance Collection This gorgeous product is hand woven from a variety of woods and grasses to give you a stunning shade that cuts out some of the sun’s intensity while providing your space with the perfect amount of light, all while making a beautifully refined statement about the room overall. Coming in a multitude of colors and styles, like most other Hunter Douglas products, Provenance shades are endlessly customizable—you don’t have to subscribe to that traditional bamboo tan look, but you certainly can if you want to! To learn more about the Hunter Douglas Provenance Woven Wood shades, please give us a call, Or better yet, stop by The Blind Gallery so we can go over all of the shade, blind, shutter and custom drapery work we do in the Philadelphia, PA area. See you soon!

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