The most common type of blind used as a window covering is faux wood blinds. This is due to the fact that they are a great alternative to wood blinds and are inexpensive. Vinyl or a combination of vinyl and hardwood is used to make fauxwood window blinds. Faux wood blinds are so called because they resemble wooden blinds. They are, however, more resilient than real wood and can be used in any room of the house, even those with high humidity levels. Wood blinds are more difficult to clean than faux wood blinds.Feel free to find more information at Tacoma vinyl plantation shutters.
The key explanation for the popularity of fake wood blinds is that people like the look of blinds on their windows and they are inexpensive. Wood blinds will cost up to 30% more than faux wood blinds. They also last much longer than real wood blinds, making them extremely cost effective. Cleaning and dusting faux wood window blinds on a regular basis can keep them in great shape. These window blinds are so powerful that you can remove them from the window and wash them in the bathtub.
Fauxwood blinds are available in a variety of sizes to suit any window. You can buy them in store in sizes that are nearly identical to your window’s size, or you can have them custom made. Faux wood blinds made to order are also reasonably priced, allowing you to dress your windows to perfection without incurring additional costs. They come in mini blinds or vertical blinds, and motorised models are also available.
Faux wood blinds are a breeze to install.
All you have to do now is determine whether to install the brackets inside or outside the window facings. Most faux wood window blinds are made to fit snugly inside the facings, but if you want them outside, you’ll need to look for inexpensive faux wood blinds that are an inch or two wider. Once you’ve installed the brackets, simply slip in the blind’s head rail and the tiny covering that prevents it from falling out. The wand used to open and close the slats can then be attached, and you’re ready to go.
You may use valances and drapes with faux wood blinds whether they are installed inside or outside the facing. If you buy fauxwood vertical blinds, they come with a head rail covering, so you won’t need a valance. The majority of homeowners use a small valance or topper over both fake and real wood blinds to match the room’s décor and add to the ambiance.
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