Lewis Hyman Lewis Hyman Havana Bamboo Roman Shade 60" W x 64" L Pecan P1530564 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/LEW/LEW-0215460.jpg Lewis Hyman Havana Bamboo Roman Shade 60" W x 64" L Pecan 1530564 24.03lbs 4.00 9.00 74.00
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Lewis Hyman Havana Bamboo Roman Shade - 60" W x 64" L Pecan

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Havana Bamboo Roman Shade

Inviting relaxation and soothing cool breezes into your home, these natural shades, alternating bamboo slats and premium matchsticks, add a casual elegance to any decor. Softly filtering just the perfect amount of light while providing the privacy you seek, these shades have been designed in the classic Roman design and offer endless decorating options.

6" built-in valance completes the elegance of this lush shade. Light filtering provides privacy and energy-efficient insulation qualities. Easily installed in minutes with all necessary hardware included. Made of hand selected bamboo. Each shade measures 1/2" less in width to allow for inside mount installation.

Material: Bamboo & Wood

Color: Pecan

Dimension: 60" W x 64" L

Available models for your reference:
LEW-0215223 23" W x 72" L Pecan
LEW-0215227 27" W x 72" L Pecan
LEW-0215231 31" W x 72" L Pecan
LEW-0215235 35" W x 72" L Pecan
LEW-0215439 39" W x 64" L Pecan
LEW-0215448 48" W x 64" L Pecan
LEW-0215452 52" W x 64" L Pecan
LEW-0215460 60" W x 64" L Pecan
LEW-0215471 71" W x 64" L Pecan


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