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Popular Window Treatment Style and Material

May 7, 2023

In this blog entry, the expert Florida shade installation and Florida blinds installation team here at Design Your Blind will detail a brief guide to the various popular materials and styles of window coverings in 2023.

What are the best material options for window blinds?

  1. Wooden blinds provide a classical and timeless appearance, and are ideal for those who want an elegant and warm mood. Wooden blinds can be found in many different types of finishes, and can be purchased to match the existing decor in your home
  2. Faux wood blinds look like real wood and are made from moisture resistant, long lasting material. They are ideal for bathrooms, kitchen, and other areas exposed to humidity
  3. Aluminum blinds are affordable, lightweight, and ideal for many applications. They come in a wide range of colors and finishes. They are also ideal for both homes and businesses.
  4. Fabric blinds provide an elegant and classy appearance to any room, and are available in a nearly infinite variety of colors, matterns, and textures to match your unique aesthetic preferences.

What are the most popular window blinds styles?

  1. Venetian blinds have special horizontal slats that can be tilted up or down for ull control of light levels as well as privacy. Venetian blinds are a very classic choice that can fit into rooms of all types
  2. Vertical blinds have slats that are best for large windows or sliding glass doors. They look modern and exact fantastic levels of light control
  3. Roman blinds have a cascading and soft look when raised up and have a very clean and minimal appearance when lowered. They have a very elegant and classical appearance that adds a touch of class to any space
  4. Cellular shades, also called honeycomb shades, are energy efficient. They trap air inside their honeycomb shaped cell structures, insulating your interiors, and reducing heat loss in the Winter and cool air loss in the Summer