Trying to decide between the dizzying arrays of blinds available on the market today can be a challenge. In weighing the options, you will need to factor in material, durability, placement, color and style. Depending on the goals you want achieve and the placement of the blinds, you will also need to consider the functionality of the various types available. We can help with that!
Here are some of the key benefits of the different types of blinds we sell:
Venetian Blinds — Fully adjustable, horizontal slatted blinds, the slats come in a variety of colors, widths and materials to suit almost any purpose. Also available in black out styles for ultimate light control.
Wooden Blinds – The rich tones of wooden blinds add warmth and a classic touch to your home. They also come in a large variety of widths and finishes to match any style. They are also very durable, and long lasting.
Alternative Wood Blinds – Similar in style and effect to wooden blinds, with the added benefit that they will not warp, fade or crack. They are an economical alternative for areas that get a lot of sun or moisture, such as kitchens or bathrooms.
Shutter Blinds — Are you hoping for that Southern Living look? Shutter blinds offer classic plantation style elegance and even enhance your home’s value. They can also swing out of the way to let in full sunlight and gorgeous views.
Roman Blinds — Typically made of fabric, Roman Blinds add style and elegance to a room, while providing excellent light blocking ability. They rise in even folds, come in many colors and fabrics, and are the perfect choice for modern homes and offices.
Vertical Blinds — Need an effective way to control light, add privacy and beauty to long, or very tall windows and doors? Verticals might be your answer.
Traditional vertical blinds have come a long way from those always-broken college apartment blinds. They now come in an array of attractive patterns and fabrics. They are perfect for covering large windows, sliding doors or oddly shaped windows.
Averté Natural Fold – Similar to Roman blinds, but in a vertical orientation, these beauties are easy to open and close and more closely resemble curtains. They are a great alternative for large windows and doors.