In recent years, there has been a trend toward modern, industrial interior design— both in homes and commercial spaces—and Lutron has taken note.
Traditionally, automated shades have been installed into recessed pockets or facia that conceal the motor and roller. However, due to demand for more contemporary applications, Lutron’s created their new Palladiom line of automated shades, which are the first of their kind, and specifically designed to be an exposed, elegant shade.
Palladiom shade features include:
- Ultra-quiet motors
- Exposed rollers
- New drive, brackets, and wire management systems
- Hidden wires
- Minimal light gaps
- New hem bar design
- Compatibility with Palladiom keypad and new thermostats
- Ability to accommodate openings as large as 12x12ft
The result is a highly functional, attractive window covering that adds a modern touch to any space.
Form and Function
Visually, this type of shade stands out from its counterparts due to the use of exposed metal and bracket systems. Lutron’s selection of customization options encompasses hundreds of fabrics and dozens of metal and bracket finishes, ensuring that each shade perfectly suits the space.
The functionality of Palladiom shades is the same as all other motorized shades– they keep the light out, and activate at the touch of a button. Every Palladiom product features the same motor as Lutron’s previous automated models, but this newer model boasts quieter function.
Ask an RSI Professional about Palladiom
Lutron tends to innovate and optimize as a product evolves, which means we can look forward to more customization options in the future.RSI are the leading experts in Lutron products and installation in Denver. Test drive Lutron’s latest products at our brand new, 5,000 sq ft showroom today to learn more about how Palladiom can enhance your next project.