Wooden Blinds: For Timeless Beauty and Permanence
Wooden Blinds (wooden shutters) have been used for hundreds of years for home-building and furniture. In our busy and stressful lives, wood gives us a feeling of warmth and relaxation. That’s why, even now, we are so willing to use natural wood for our home interior in the form of Wood Blinds.
Wooden Window Blinds have a distinguished, elegant, polished look. They bring a sophisticated, unique and high-quality style to traditional or contemporary homes. The natural beauty of real wood finishes brings the look of the outdoor environment inside.
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Wooden Blinds – A Variety of Styles
Wooden Window Shutters are a genuinely good insulator, and the richly hued, nicely sized slats have a lustrous beauty that is inviting. A classic in window treatment, they are a fine choice for French doors and small to medium windows. Although there are many grades of Faux Wood Blinds with different textures and colors, none compare with a Real Wood Blind.
Popular Styles of Custom Wooden Blinds
- Venetian Wooden Blinds - Similar to Venetian or Mini Blinds with the horizontal slats, but made from narrow slats of wood instead. A wooden Venetian blind also only needs a quick dust to keep it clean.
- Roman and Roller Wooden Blinds - The first uses a wood weave for the blind that can bend so that it can be rolled up for the roller blind or layered for the roman blind. The other type uses a wood colored fabric for the blind but all of the other parts of the blind including the handle, edging, etc., are made of wood.
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- Vertical Wooden Blinds – The slats are vertical within the blind, and the blind can be moved to the side, rather than lifted. As with Roman and roller wooden blinds there are variants that use either a wood weave or fabric for the vertical slats and solid wood for everything else.
- Plantation Shutter - Wood plantation shutters are constructed with horizontal wooden louvers that move within a wooden frame. The shutter frame is then attached to the frame of the window and it can move to the side, taking all of the louvers with it, so that the view is unobstructed.
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