Available with 1", 2" or 2½ " slats, wood blinds are the perfect alternative to shutters. Made from basswood, they are among the most beautiful and enduring window treatments available today. They are also very good natural insulators.
Faux Wood Blinds
Very popular alternative to wood blinds. Man-made material gives the appearance of wood at a lower cost. Faux wood blinds will not warp, crack, or peel, and are especially well suited for extreme climates. Faux wood is typically 20-30% heavier than real wood.
Shade type made of natural materials like wood, fiber, and bamboo. Woven woods can be raised and lowered like a cellular shade. Also called bamboo or matchstick shades.
A type of fabric shade that combines two or more sheets of pleated fabric, also referred to as “honeycomb shades.” Available in both single and double cell configurations with light filtering fabrics with double cell offering superior insulation. Blackout shades offer the greatest amount of insulation and light blockage.
Window treatment featuring vertical vanes that can be swiveled open and closed or opened in either a split or one-way stack.
A fabric shade that folds up accordion-style from the bottom, usually operated by lift cord.
Pleated shades are made of fabric with evenly spaced horizontal pleats. They are a less expensive alternative to cellular shades. Pleated shades have visible cords running vertically through the fabric.
Also called aluminum blind, macro blinds. Slats are curved aluminum and available in ½", 1 and 2" sizes. Aluminum blinds are one of the most affordable horizontal blind options.
Roller shades offer a diverse range of fabrics. These fabrics can easily stand alone or work well with top treatments and draperies.
Silhouette shades not only introduce elegance, but bring with them the benefit of meticulous light control. With the window shade lowered, a single control cord tilts the vanes with absolute accuracy, to create the exact ambiance you desire.