Woven Wood Blinds – Naturally Beautiful
Oct 27
Tony Tuma

Timeless classics, Woven Wood blinds bring the light filtering warmth of natural materials to your home. Made from a seemingly limitless array of grasses, woods, reeds, bamboo and bark, these shades echo the green and back to nature trends in home decoration. These blinds are brought up to date by many design options and shade styles including Standard Roman, Roller, Hobbled Roman, Classic Roman and Vertical Drapery. Special valance designs, edge banding, fabric liners, and various operating systems allow customization to suit almost any application.

Woven wood blinds compliment traditional, transitional and contemporary décors. A classic look was to use this type of blind as the layering foundation under fabric drapery. In today’s more simplified decors, these blinds are used by themselves as they are beautiful in their own right.

Depending on the material, there are several opacity levels ranging from sheer to privacy. Hold the selected fabric up to the window to test the opacity level. Light and privacy can be further controlled by lining the blinds with light filtering or blackout fabric.

Control options include standard cord, continuous cord loop clutch, motorization and top down, bottom up operation. Edge banding lends a finished, tailored designer touch to the blinds. Edging can be applied to the sides only, or the sides and the bottom. Valance styles such as angled, stacked, double hobbled and triple hobbled further enhance the design options these blinds afford.

Woven wood blinds are truly timeless classics, yet up to the minute modern with the many customizing options available. Consider this look to update your home environment.

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