Window FAQ – What Are The Best Blinds for the Basement?

Whether you have a finished basement or not, privacy is still a top priority – and that’s where we come in!  Find out what window coverings deems “Best Blinds for the Basement” in today’s Window FAQ.


Finished or UnFinished Basements

If you’d like to be a little more conservative with your basement décor, Faux Wood Blinds are an energy and cost efficient choice.  They’re great for finished or unfinshed basements because they’re durable, easy-to-clean and will never warp. With partially underground spaces, humidity damage can be a big concern. Faux Wood PVC material is less expensive and more moisture-proof than wood blinds. No matter how often you use your basement, Faux Wood is a safe bet.

Faux Wood Blinds

Faux Wood Blinds

Window Coverings To Avoid In Basements

In addition to wood blinds, Honeycomb Cellular Shades are a window covering that doesn’t fare well in basements.  Cellular shades are made of fabric which is easily damaged by moisture and can accumulate dirt and dust. Faux Wood blinds are easier to clean and hold up better in spaces with changing temperature and humidity.

cell shades

Find the perfect fit for your basement!

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Mindy Schultz

Mindy is a recent lover of all things Pinterest, writing blogs for The Finishing Touch, and finding awesome books to download on her new iPad. She also is an avid Ellen DeGeneres fan… but really… who isn’t?!

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