Both Shangri-La blinds and zebra blinds can be dimmed, what is the difference between them?
First of all, their structure is different, Shangri-La blinds is a three-layer structure, consisting of two layers of gauze and one layer of cord fabric. The zebra blinds is a double-layer structure, and each layer of blinds is composed of such a curtain and a gauze alternately.
Secondly, their dimming methods and positions are different. Shangri-La blinds can only be opened for dimming when they are pulled to the bottom. Zebra blinds are dimmed alternately through two layers of slats, and the zebra blinds can be pulled to any position for dimming.
In addition, the effect of dimming, Shangri-La blinds are S-shaped shades, double-layer structure, so the light is more soft. As for the zebra blinds, the dimming positions are all straight in, and the presentation is striped, which is more tough.
Shangri-La blinds and zebra blinds are all very popular dimming blinds, which one do you like?