Never Go Out Of Style
Hunter Douglas Wood Blinds
Wood Blinds in Albuquerque
Wood Blinds never go out of style. Whether you are furnishing a new home or remodeling an older home, wood blinds are a sure bet.
A full range of sizes from 1 3/8", 2", 2 3/8" and 2 1/2", with finishes in Smooth, Sandblasted, Lodge Rustic, Enhanced Grain, Distressed and Bamboo, we are sure to find the style you are looking for.
And don't forget about the no extra charge options available like: Lights Out Routerless, Rounded Corners, Hold Down and Extension Brackets, Wand or Cord Tilts, and 2 or 3 on one Headrail.
Some of the options available for an extra charge are: Cordless on the 2" models, Tilt Motor Systems with Remote Controls, Tile Cutouts, and Solid or Decorative Tape on the Ladders and Valances (see the decorative tape on the ladders in the picture above).
Each blind comes with its own 3" valance fully complemented with returns (be sure to specify inside mount or outside mount when ordering).
Hunter Douglas Cordless Wood Blinds in White
In the picture above you see a blind with the wand tilt control and cordless lift option in a white tone. The decorative valance hides the headrail and adds to the furniture look.
I usually recommend the string controls but in this picture the blind is in a child's room so for safety reasons totally 'cordless' is better.
In my experience the string tilt controls are better because they are less likely to be over tightened, stressing the mechanisms meaning longer, trouble free service, but safety outweighs any other concern.
Choose 'cordless lift and wand tilt controls' for rooms where children may be playing unsupervised. It's also a good idea when there are curious cats in the house.
You can also specify which side you want the tilt control and which side you want the lift control. If you have a blind in a window that is hard to reach one side or the other, put the tilt control on the side that you can reach most easily.
Hunter Douglas Crosswinds Wood Vertical
Look at the 'return' on this vertical wood blind. See how the valance 'returns' to the wall?
On our inside mount blinds we will complete the valance by putting a short 'return' on the ends to further enhance the furniture look. In the deep frame windows I will give the customer the option of flush mount where the headrail of the blind fits flush with the wall or mounting slightly to the inside of the window frame so I can put returns on the valance. It finishes off the look and makes a quality statement.
Look around and the next time you see a wood or faux wood blind notice the valance. You'll see what I mean.
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