See What’s New: Faux Wood Vertical Blinds

The Look of Real Hardwood With No Maintenance

Beautifully stained hardwood never fails to add sophistication to your home when it’s incorporated as luxurious flooring and fine furniture. The look of real wood will bring the same upscale feel to sliding doors and large windows.

The Blinds.com Brand Faux Wood Vertical Blinds are the perfect solution for windows that are hard to cover, and they’re safe for long exposure to light and temperature change because there’s no risk of warping.

These durable slats are offered with a wide selection of realistic wood grain finishes that give vertical blinds a modern look. Dark wood brings a more formal tone to decorating. This deep Chestnut stain will flow perfectly with a tailored living room or dining room, but it’s still as easy to clean as PVC.

Browse Our New Cottage Textures Collection

We are offering a fresh new line of Cottage Textures finishes that have a neutral white glaze on the street-facing side of the slats, and your choice of  stain toward the inside of your home. This innovative design allows you to give your house a unified look from the exterior and the freedom to mix and match window covering styles and colors inside your home.

Capture See Whats New: Faux Wood Vertical Blinds

 

See It For Yourself!

 

We offer free samples for all of our custom window coverings, when available, so that you can be sure you’re making the right purchase. Order samples with one click and you’ll be able to see the beautiful wood-like textures and stains from the comfort of your home.

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Abigail Sawyer

Abigail Sawyer is a Social Media Marketer for Blinds.com. As a newlywed, she’s on the hunt to outfit a new home with all things handmade, preppy and eclectic. Walking in the footsteps of Martha Stewart, she’s happiest when she’s crafting or whipping up a new recipe; although nothing beats curling up with a good book and some Girl Scout Cookies. Chat with her on twitter @BlindsDotCom + @whatabigailsaw and support her rampant pinning habit at @BlindsDotCom + @whatabigailsaw.