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Faux Wood Blinds - Black 112 - Breakfast Nook

Faux Wood Blinds in Boston

For customers who love the look of nature, but desire greater stability and affordability, our custom faux wood blinds are a perfect option. Available in 21 colors, and standard with an NFPA 701 fire-retardant rating for commercial applications, these are both beautiful and durable.
  • Custom-crafted in the United States
  • Special Light-Ban option available to eliminate visible cord holes and block out more light for ultimate privacy and light control
  • Multiple lift options
Widths from
7"-72"
Heights from
12"-96"

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Frequently Asked Questions About Faux Wood Blinds

Where can I use faux wood blinds in my home?

Like wood blinds, their faux wood counterparts fit in any room of your home. Because they repel water, they are especially good for bathrooms, sunrooms, basements, and other places where temperature fluctuation and humidity are a concern.

What sizes do the blinds come in?

Faux wood window blind widths range from 7” to 72” and heights from 12” to 96”. Each blind is custom made to fit the precise measurements of your window.

What are the slat sizes?

Slat size refers to the width of an individual slat. On faux wood blinds, slats come in 2” and 2 ½” sizes.

How are faux wood blinds operated?

They can be raised or lowered with a cord control system, and cord cleats come with it to provide enhanced safety. Slats are titled with the use of wand controls. Compatible motorization systems can be added for an extra cost.

How do I install the blinds?

Our professional installation team members handle the job for you. They use great care and attention to detail to make sure you are completely satisfied with how your custom faux wood blinds fit your space.

How do I care for my custom faux 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 faux wood blinds. You may want to start by spot testing a small area on the back of the blinds to prevent any potential discoloration or damage.