Blinds Chalet offers wood blinds in large selection of colors and wood tones

Sep 23 2011

Blinds Chalet has wood blinds in a variety of wood tones.
Blinds Chalet has wood blinds in a variety of wood tones.
Homeowners on a limited budget can still enjoy the rich look that real wood blinds bring to a room.

Budget Wood Blinds available through Blinds Chalet come in colors that are most popular with consumers - chestnut, pecan, dark teak, golden oak, alabaster and white.

"Limited sizes and colors allows our manufacturer to produce the budget blinds at a reduced cost without sacrificing quality," states the company's website. "Our 2-inch budget wood blinds are made from kiln-dried basswood and are of the same quality as our other custom wood blinds."

At a slightly higher cost, the Express line of budget wood blinds comes in another choice of colors - cherry, eggshell, oak, golden oak, off-white and white. Priority budget wood blinds are available only in eggshell and white, but made with the same attention to quality and functionality.

Each wood blind from Blinds Chalet come with a matching wood valance, a trapezoid bottom rail for tighter closing and mounting hardware.

Budget wood blinds can be made in as little as three days. When free samples of the blinds are ordered, Blinds Chalet provides a special discounty coupon with each sample to give consumers an additional savings of 30 percent on their order.
 
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