Lutron Refreshes Window Covering Lineup

Options include Fabric, Wood, Specialty and Decorative Options June 15, 2017
Why This Matters

This refresh entails fabric and material options, as well as shade styles previously housed in other Lutron collections.

 
Lutron Electronics has released a refreshed edition of its Gallery Collection. This refresh entails fabric and material options, as well as shade styles previously housed in other Lutron collections. This update comes at the request of Lutron customers for a simplified, consolidated collection.
 
“As fashion and trends evolve, so does the need to update Lutron’s fabric offerings,” said Ed Blair, senior vice president at Lutron. “With the refreshed Gallery Collection, Lutron customers now have even more choices in colors, textures, and styles that cater to a wide variety of spaces.”
 
The Gallery Collection is a revamped edition of Lutron’s fashion fabrics and materials for roller shades, horizontal sheer blinds, wood blinds, and vertical draperies. The collection contains new roller fabrics with more neutral colors and textures, stained and painted Eden Woods, and horizontal sheer blinds in two new colors: cocoa bean and black.

Lutron also provides a streamlined process for customized shading solutions. Custom graphics can be printed on roller shade fabrics, or roller fabrics can be printed to match any Pantone color. Custom printing is also available for any pattern or color on a soft fabric for a Kirbé vertical drapery. Lutron wood blinds can be painted as well to match any Sherwin Williams paint color.
 
“At Lutron, our first principle is to take care of the customer,” said Blair. “Offering the broadest range of options for custom shading solutions is at the core of what we do.”

Lutron shading solutions are available through authorized dealers, select lighting showrooms, and electrical distributors.

“As fashion and trends evolve, so does the need to update Lutron’s fabric offerings. With the refreshed Gallery Collection, Lutron customers now have even more choices in colors, textures, and styles that cater to a wide variety of spaces.”— Ed Blair, senior vice president at Lutron

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