Savant Expands Inception Series of Shades With Designs by J Geiger

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Savant announced an expanded line of Inception shades designed by J Geiger. Available exclusively from Savant, Inception shades are unlike anything else on the market today, featuring all the architectural design benefits of a custom-built, exposed roller-shade with hassle-free installation.

Savant’s Inception and R-Series shade lineups include aluminum hardware finished in silver, black and now white. 600+ fabric options, available in translucent, sheer or blackout, “perfectly suit any application.” Homeowners can select wired or wireless motorization as well as a fully manual option.

Savant has also launched a design tool platform that enables dealers to design and quote lighting control and shades simultaneously within the same project, complete with installation documentation. Using easy step-by-step prompts, dealers can name each room, input the shade measurements, and access Savant’s vast fabric library, ensuring that the proper parts are included with each order. They can also add-to-cart in total or by installation phase.

Inception Shade Options:

  • Wired Motors: These motors are wired for power and control, offering smart home integration options, including voice-controlled hubs and home automation ecosystems. Savant Inception and R-Series shades are compatible with all major control systems, and custom installers can apply to become an authorized dealer of Savant’s shading solutions.
  • Wired RF Motors: RF motors are wired for power and controlled wirelessly via RF (radio frequency signal). They can be fully integrated or simply linked to a stand-alone keypad, remote or voice-controlled hub.
  • Rechargeable RF Motors: Wire-free battery-powered motors are long-lasting (up to a year) and easy to charge. The motor and shade remain intact while charging, and the cord connects via a magnetic port. Wire-free motors can be fully integrated or linked to a stand-alone keypad, remote or voice-controlled hub.
  • Manual Shades: Savant says manual shades complement the design of motorized shades with chain pulls and are ideal for budget-conscious rooms and tight spaces where a motor may not fit.