By Doris RufOn Nov 09, 2017 Wooden
Hardwood blinds are durable and made to last, adding the warmth of natural wood to your space. Wood blinds can be stained or purchased in a variety of colors and wood varieties with 1 inch, 1 3/8 inch, 2 inch and 2 1/2 inch slats. Custom hardwood blinds are an excellent investment and add to the value of your home
Faux wood blinds are the easiest to clean, because they are durable and resist warping. You can dust them just as you do wooden blinds, but you can also spot clean them using a mild detergent with warm water on a slightly moistened cloth, blotting dry afterwards. Use a dryer sheet to keep dust at bay.
Talk to a window treatment retailer or interior designer to get the best advice on which type of wood blinds are best for you. Also, more often than not these blinds are custom made to fit your windows, so its best to have a professional do the measuring and installing for you to ensure you would not be stuck with something that does not fit when they arrive at your doorstep. Finally, keep an eye out for sales when you start shopping around. Wood blinds can be pricey, but most retailers and designers offer regular sales that make a big difference in their final cost.
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