THE DESIGN STUDIO™
Featuring artful designs for a fully dressed window, the Design Studio™ suite of products provides ample layering opportunities for vibrant home-décor styling.
A COMPLETE WINDOW SOLUTION
The Design Studio family includes four styles: Side Panels, Drapery, and Roller and Roman Shades. Boasting a highly curated, exclusive fabric collection, Design Studio products are designed to coordinate and layer perfectly with all Hunter Douglas window treatments. Signature fabrics range from sophisticated silk blends and sheers to elegant velvets and jacquards. We recommend layering and mixing fabric patterns and textures to create a captivating experience in any room.
SIDE PANELS & DRAPERY
Design Studio Side Panels and Drapery add depth, dimension and a touch of drama to any room. And for every Hunter Douglas window treatment you love, there’s a complementary Design Studio Side Panel or Drapery that beautifully layers your windows, not to mention controls light gaps.
Loved for their minimalistic aesthetic, Design Studio Roller Shades offer a clean, uncluttered appearance at the window. This timeless window-treatment style looks gorgeous in our custom-crafted fabrics from Rebecca Atwood. Available in both opaque and semi-opaque options.
With soft folds that stack smoothly and evenly when raised, Design Studio Roman Shades fuse a traditional look with contemporary functionality. Exclusive fabrics further elevate these shades with exquisite colors and textures. Designed to stand alone, or pair with a complementary Side Panel or Drapery.
CUSTOM HARDWARE & ACCESSORIES
To accompany the luxurious aesthetic of your Design Studio Side Panels, Drapery and Shades, sleek coordinating hardware is available in custom designs and finishes along with additional cut fabric by the yard, and complementary valances and pillows to complete your look. Be sure to consult with your local Hunter Douglas specialist for options.
FOR SMART LIVING
PowerView® Motorization lets you schedule your Design Studio Drapery and Shades to open and close on their own—at any time of the day—with the touch of a button, a tap on a mobile device or the sound of your voice. So forgo the alarm clock, and use light as a wake-up call instead.*