Wood blinds are available in a variety of styles and types, and add beauty to your home. Their wood look gives warmth to a window treatment in all rooms. Wood blinds can give your home a vintage appeal or create a modern look, depending on your choice of blinds and how to use them. If you are looking for best and A1 quality blinds visit A1blinds they have all varieties of blinds in their store.
Plantation blinds and shutters have wooden slats or louvers, which may or may not be adjustable for light control. Some are installed inside the window casing; others serve as outside shutters. Thin mini-blinds and the wider-gap blinds adjust the amount of daylight using cords open and close the slats and raising and lowering the blinds. Wood blinds can stand alone as a treatment or used with curtains.
The slats of wood vertical blinds run up and down. Some of these blinds open and close the center, with equal lengths of blind moves from each side. Other draws either full left or right. The slats of horizontal blinds run from side to side, open and close from top to bottom.
The slats of wood blinds can become dusty and dirty after a while. Vacuuming the slats from time to time with a brush attachment helps. Some blinds can be removed and washed gently in a tub full of warm soapy water. Follow the individual manufacturer’s suggestions as wood blinds without a waterproof coating can swell or damaged in water.