As of May 1, 2022, cords longer than 44 cm (or a 22 cm loop) will no longer be permitted in Canada. That means traditional faux wood blinds have had to undergo a few changes to ensure they’re functional and above all, safe for you and your family. Read on to find out more about our tilt-only faux wood blinds and how they work.
Plantation shutters, also known as wood shutters, are definitely a more luxurious purchase when it comes to window treatments. It’s not surprising that you may be wondering whether or not this high-end style will be in for years to come. If you’re going to spend, you want to make sure your investment can stand the test of time, right? Read on to find out more about wood shutters and whether or not you can count on their style to last for a long time.
Wood shutters, also known as plantation shutters are a superior quality window treatment. Naturally, they come in at a higher price point than most of our other window treatments. Though we stand by our Best Price Promise to offer you the lowest price for these window treatments, we know it’s still a pricey investment. The question is: is it worth the cost? Here are our top five reasons to buy wood shutters for your home!
The world of blinds and shades can be overwhelming. So many choices, so many uses – which ones are right for your needs? Before you make any selections, read this guide to understanding the uses behind some of our most popular window treatments.
Different Types of Blinds
Different types of blinds and shades have varying purposes. Depending on the room you’re putting them in, your style, your needs, and your budget, different types of blinds are suitable for each unique buyer’s needs. Here’s a closer look at some of the most popular types of blinds and shades we offer:
Ordering your own custom blinds may seem complicated, but the whole process – from ordering to installation – can actually be much easier than you think. Keep these five tips in mind when purchasing your custom window treatments to guarantee a quick and easy transaction.
1. Determine Your Needs
Before you commit to any blinds or shades, make a list of each room in your home and your needs in each one. For example, you may need total darkness in your bedroom so Blackout Honeycomb Shades would be a good fit. For your kitchen, you may prefer something easy to wipe clean like Faux Wood Blinds. If you’re looking for trendy and chic in the living room, you’ll want to look at something like Roman Shades or Woven Shades.
From faux wood blinds to wood blinds, the look and feel of wood is essential to a warm and welcoming living space. So how do you shop for the right product? Read on to find out what the main differences are between faux wood blinds and wood blinds, and how to choose the right product for each room in your home.
Faux Wood vs. Wood: What’s the Difference?
There are several differences between faux wood and wood, but luckily, style isn’t one of them. Here’s a closer look at the differences between the two: