S. Lichtenberg focuses on efficiency, color
September 23, 2013,
The brand comes with room darkening, thermal back and blackout properties. The function includes fashion as well, including thermal back panels in coordinating printed solids and textures; a jacquard black-out panel with a dimensional, bright yarn wave design and a woven basket weave textured panel.
Lichtenberg is also showing a woven tonal stripe blackout collection that includes geometric and traditional print and a distressed velvet design.
A new casual collection from the company gives windows a more relaxed look through understated neutral tones and on the flip side, vibrant colors for more casual customers. According to the company, it is creating a balance of relaxed versus traditional looks in the line "to cater not only the consumer in the market, but to the consumers that still crave classic looks and valance treatments."
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