Meet the sheer blinds that convert to a block out!

Imagine having soft, airy and sheer blinds that filter in that natural light so beautifully… which you can then effortlessly convert to a blockout window covering to ramp up the privacy or stop the full sun coming in…

Well my friends, today I’m introducing you to a product that does just that and I’m sure it’ll blow your mind a little too!

I have a conundrum and I don’t think I’m alone. I crave natural light and adore the look of elegant, sheer curtains. BUT: I also hate the possibility of anyone being able to see in my windows! So when I heard about Vertisheers – I knew I had to investigate further!

Vertisheers are an innovative design by Half Price Blinds that give us both the flexibility and the chic design that we all desire for our homes.

These “Vertisheer Blinds” appear as sheer curtains but contain discrete ‘vanes’ (or blind slats) that can be adjusted with a simple cord to filter light as needed. Genius!

Lightweight, versatile and modern, these translucent curtains give us the option for privacy without compromising on sunlight.

And that sounds pretty perfect to me!

We can also choose from a range of shades and, like me, I’m sure you’ll like knowing that they are long lasting and low maintenance (a brush down will keep them free of dust and clean!).

I’m super excited to discover this product – and at a very friendly price too! Check out Half Price Blind’s Vertisheer Blinds here and scroll on down for the most gorgeous images of them too!

This post proudly supported by Half Price Blinds.

28 Comments

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  • What wonderful memories and pictures for your family! Growing up my grandparents had a place on Crystal Lake and then Lake Michigan, both in northern Michigan. I loved running the dunes along Lake Michigan! We have a cabin in Twin Lakes, Colorado and the cold, clear water reminds me of northern Michigan, although it is actually colder (48 degrees on Memorial Day) so we do more wading than swimming. We like to drive the boat to deserted beaches and enjoy picnics and playing in the sand. The cold water scares most boaters away (and the lake is surrounded by national forest, so no houses directly on the lake), so often we are the only ones out there! There are some warmer reservoirs in southern Colorado that are better for swimming and not quite.

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