Top down bottom up pleated shades in a recently redesigned dining room, using a modern decor scheme. Shades were purchased at Blinds To Go.

Pleated Shades

Soft, simple, yet modern, our affordably priced Pleated Shades are a highly popular choice varying window shapes and spaces of all kinds. This shades detail a gradient of colors, from subtle neutrals to the most vibrant colors. With our pleated shades you can choose from designs and textures that is sure to coax the charm out of any space in your home.

Pleated shades come in 1” and 2” pleats.

2 Pleat Sizes

Pleat sizes available in 1” and 2”
Our custom made pleated shades are available in a wide range of fabrics.

Variety of Fabrics

A complete collection of solid and textured fabrics
Pleated shades at Blinds To Go come in many affordable styles.

Cost Effective

Take advantage of our soft bold fabrics, at a low cost

The Pleated Shades Collection

Solid Fabrics

Key Features

  • Bold color selection
  • Budget friendly option
  • Has 1" pleat size
Polyester Material
$ Price

13 Colors

  • Libra White Pleated Shade
  • Libra Oatmeal Pleated Shade
  • Libra Cambridge Pleated Shade
  • Libra Desert Pleated Shade
  • Libra Burgundy Pleated Shade
  • Satinee Cream Pleated Shade
  • Libra Navy Pleated Shade
This blue pleated shade really stands out in this family room, compared to most other window treatments.

Textured Fabrics

Key Features

  • Modern elegant textures
  • Versatile color selection
  • Allows soft natural light to filter through
Polyester Material
$$ Price

19 Colors

  • Crush Snow Pleated Shade
  • Crush Cream Pleated Shade
  • Linen Meringue Pleated Shade
  • Linen Maple Pleated Shade
  • Linen Truffle Pleated Shade
  • Masquerade Mink Pleated Shade
  • Sophie Beech Pleated Shade
The den is a perfect spot to install a pleated shade due to the versatility of the shade.

Designer Fabrics

Key Features

  • Bold beautiful designs
  • Modern & formal patterns
  • Wide variety of colors
Polyester Material
$$ Price

15 Colors

  • Bella White Pleated Shade
  • Bella Tumbleweed Pleated Shade
  • Rosalie Brandy Pleated Shade
  • Ballet Cream Pleated Shade
  • Ballet Beige Pleated Shade
  • Ballet Sand Pleated Shade
  • Ballet Char Brown Pleated Shade
The blackout liner on these foliage pleated shades help keep light out of this den.

Grand Pleat

Key Features

  • Natural and modern fabrics
  • 2" pleat size
  • All the popular options
Polyester Material
$$ Price

9 Colors

  • Masquerade Grand White Pleated Shade
  • Masquerade Grad Tumbleweed Pleated Shade
  • Masquerade Grand Mink Pleated Shade
  • Nairobi Grande Fancy Beige Pleated Shade
  • Nairobi Grand Linen White Pleated Shade
  • Sierra Grande Stone Pleated Shade
  • Sierra Grande Espresso Pleated Shade
The grand pleat pleated shade gives this room a lot of character.



Woven Wood Shades FAQ

What are the benefits of Pleated Shades?

Pleated shades are a cost effective way to dress up any room. It’s a one layer fabric allowing for less stacking with taller windows. Pleated shades have different colors and fabrics to choose from whether solids, textures, or patterns.
All pleated shades are light filtering but you can add a liner for room darkening. Customized options also include 1” or 2” pleat size, cordless, top down bottom up, or 2on1.

What are some differences between Pleated Shades vs Cellular Shades?

  • Cost: Pleated shades are less expensive than cellular shades
  • Insulation: Cellular Shades insulates the best
  • Cords: Cords run vertically through the pleated shades fabric while cords run inside the cellular shades
  • Stacking: Pleated shades only has one layer of fabric making stacking minimal for taller windows
  • Styles: Pleated Shades have more fabric pattern and texture options than cellular shades
  • Backing: All pleated shade have a color matching back while cellular shades all have a white back. You can add a liner to the pleated shades if you need a white back.

How do I clean my Pleated Shades?

Our pleated shades are treated with a stain repellent to help prevent stains. To maintain the fine quality look of the shade, occasionally vacuum the surface or wipe with a damp sponge containing a very mild solution of soap and warm water.