Feel confident purchasing our custom composite wood blinds, as they come with a guarantee not to yellow, fade, warp or bow for as long as you own them. We guarantee exceptional performance with these beautiful blinds.
Custom-crafted in the United States
With our guarantee, you can rest assured that your custom composite wood blinds will not yellow, fade, warp or bow for as long as you own them.
Special Light-Ban option available to eliminate visible cord holes and block out more light for ultimate privacy and light control.
Multiple lift options, including Auto-tilt Motorization
Optional decorative tapes available
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Frequently Asked Questions About Composite Wood Blinds
What are composite wood blinds?
These window treatments look like real wood blinds, but composite wood blinds are made from a wood particle and polymer blend.
How do composite wood window blinds work?
Because they are heavier than real or faux wood blinds, ideally you’d leave the blind in one position and tilt the slats up and down to control light and privacy. You can also motorize the composite wood blinds to tilt the slats via remote control, an app, or your smart home device
Where can I use these blinds in my home?
Composite wood blinds are ideal for rooms whose windows get a lot of exposure to humidity or sunlight.
What sizes do the blinds come in?
Our custom composite wood blinds come in two slat widths: 2” and 2.5”. For the blinds themselves, available widths range from 7” to 96” and heights from 12” to 120”. Each blind is custom made to fit your specific window measurements.
How do I install composite wood blinds?
Stoneside has its own installation team. These professionals provide white-glove service, taking great care moving around your home and not disturbing your possessions, to meticulously install your window treatments.
How do I care for my composite wood blinds?
Add a gentle detergent, such as dish soap, to a bucket of warm water. Dampen a microfiber cloth with the soapy water and gently clean the blinds. You may want to start by spot testing an inconspicuous section to prevent any potential discoloration or damage.