Woven wood shades are crafted from materials found in nature such as bamboo, grasses, and reeds. They characterized with beautiful texture imperfections found in nature which dresses the window with an organic look. Expertly crafted, the woven wood shades are loomed from unique and sustainable grass weaves, normally harvested in cycles of 5 years. The grasses are cut at the stem, leaving the root systems intact to sprout again. Woven wood shades can transform your living area to the exotic and breezy place you imagine.
Rich collections of woven wood window treatments are suitable for all seasons and for all styles. Ranging from dark earth tones to white, cream and grey; the woven wood shades add a sophisticated aspect to any room.
The natural look of woven wood shades add a feeling of warmth to any environment. With a wide selection of colors, styles and textures, you can design your indoors from the inspiration of nature.
Woven woods transform plain windows into a statement of design. They are sure to fit sun rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and common living areas. Whether you are looking for a beachy-bright look, a traditional wood feel with rustic hints, or a contemporary look. Woven wood blinds beautifully filters natural light from the outside, while still providing the view of the outdoors.
The woven wood shades are available in a variety of styles such as roman shades, sliding panel tracks, and also as drapes. If privacy is necessary, you can add a light filtering liner, and a blackout liner is recommended for bedrooms as well. The life expectancy of the shades is extended with a liner, preventing fading and also adds an element of energy efficiency.
Standard valance height is 6-½” high, but customizable to 8″, 10″, and 12″. Depending on the style, a valance is recommended to give the window a nice finished look.
Edge bandings are decorative strips of cloth running along the edges of the woven wood shade usually between 1 inch and 2 inches; it frames the woven wood for a more finished look. The bindings come in color coordinated fabrics to match the collection of woven material perfectly. Another choice would be to contrast the woven material; if you have a light woven shade, a dark edge banding against it would look gorgeous.