Faux Wood Blinds
Faux Wood Blinds are an economical way to achieve the look of wood blinds. They wear better in humid areas such as a bathroom or laundry room.
- Faux Wood Blinds: many colors available, mainly whites and wood tone colors
- Wood Grain Faux Blinds: has a printed pattern resembling wood grain which gives it a very natural look.
- Textured Wood Grain Faux Blinds: wood grain pattern is embedded into the slats, making it appear to be real wood.
- 2″ Slat: the most used option due to the look and the large amount of color options
- 2.5″ Slat: these are used when you want more visibility of the slats
- 2.5″ Beveled Slat: this gives you the look of plantation shutters but with the operation of a blind
- Standard: tilt controls on the left, lift cords on the right
- Reverse: tilt controls on the right, lift cords on the left
- Grouped: tilt and lift controls are grouped together on the right or the left
- Cordless: lift is achieved through the touch of the hand, tilt is still controlled via cords
- Motorized: tilt is achieved via motor, lift is controlled via cords
- Route-less: this option eliminates the need for holes to run the cords through. The cords will be attached at the edge of the blind, removing the need to drill holes in the slats. This is a great option for those who want to reduce the amount of light while slats are closed.
- Cloth Tape: Offered in many colors and patterns, the cloth tape covers the cords are run through the slats. Cloth tape can be a decorative option for those who want to add color and dimension to the wood blinds.
- Faux Wood blinds can be very heavy. If you have a large window, it is recommended that you break up the blinds into more than one.
- Even though they are considered room darkening, some light will get through. For complete room darkening, consider roman shades or cellular shades.
- Water resistant material.
- Easy to maintain and very durable.