It’s such a great feeling to find a crisp new decor magazine in your mailbox. Pouring over it curled up with a cup of tea – what could be better?
As you may have seen in your latest issues, designers love woven wood shades, and there’s one reason why.
Bamboo, grass and jute shades got their start in beach cabanas, but when you mix them with other styles something magical happens. They add amazing texture and instantly make formal pieces feel unfussy and lived-in. Woven wood shades are our go-to for a homeowner who wants to try something a little more daring.
Read on to see how bamboo blinds are popping up in our favorite newsstand publications.
Coastal That’s Anything But Cliche – Architectural Digest
Traditional materials like wicker and pinstripes give this room a nautical feel, but modern shapes keep it fresh. Woven wood shades are essential for coastal decor, but look clean in blonde bamboo.
Get the look with Bali Deluxe Woven Wood Shades in Haven Bungalow.
Layered Dimension – Better Homes and Gardens
Traditional furniture shapes and finishes give this room a formal feel, but the boldly patterned drapes and textured bamboo shades make the windows really stand out.
Get the look with Blinds.com Budget Woven Wood Shades in Antigua Natural.
Sheer Beauty – House Beautiful
This whitewashed cottage looks like the perfect summer get away. Delicate woven shades add just enough texture and make the light coming through look dreamy.
Get the look with Blinds.com Signature Grasscloth Roller Shades in Cirque Glacier
The Perfect Reading Nook – This Old House
We’d find any excuse to perch in this sunny corner. However the thick weave and blackout liner on this shade gives you control when you need it.
Get the look with Laura Ashley Natural Woven Wood Shades in Serene Deep Cowslip with optional blackout liner.
Crisp Bamboo for the Bath – Better Homes and Gardens
With a square sink, modern hardware and glass shower, this room is all about sleekness. Cherry wood shades break up the hard lines and add all the warmth you need.
Get the look with Bali Natural Woven Wood Shades in Uplands Torridon.
Two Are Better Than One – This Old House
Layering doesn’t only give windows depth. In this space, small weave shades, also known as matchstick blinds, give privacy and glare control while drapes can block out all light if needed.
Get the look with Blinds.com Deluxe Woven Wood Shades in Galapagos Natural.
Take This Look to Your Windows
Match any look that inspires you with the hundreds of woven wood weaves and colors available at Blinds.com. Get free samples to see materials in person and keep an eye out for special sales and promo codes.