By Doris RufOn Dec 01, 2017 Fabric
Need to cover an extra large window? Get a smooth, seamless finish by hanging two or three cloth blinds on a single headrail. This helps prevent sagging from the weight of a single, extra-wide blind. You can also raise and lower sections independently for easy access to and operation of doors and windows.
Twist or bend them and these sturdy but flexible beauties bounce right back into shape. Besides the luxurious look, fabric window blinds are a practical solution for small or large windows and doors. Made from a patented flame-retardant, wrinkle- and kink-resistant cloth fabric, they hold up well in high-use/high-traffic spaces. Easy to clean and care for, they are made to repel static, moisture and dust while protecting your interiors from damaging ultra-violet rays. They are energy-efficient, too, providing an extra layer of insulation on windows against unwanted heat, cold, even noise.
Horizontal fabric window coverings come in popular 2 inch or 2-1/2 inch slats to add a designer-quality look to any room, and for wider, softer site lines when your blinds are open.
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