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Blinds Chalet – Real Wood Vs. Faux
Traditional wood blinds are some of the most popular blinds for homeowners and office buildings. The natural look brings elegance and class to rooms and the variety of stains complement other wood furniture. However, today’s faux wood blinds are made with durable materials that give them the long-lasting endurance of wood without the high prices.
Many people question whether or not they should make an investment in traditional wood blinds or save money by purchasing faux wood blinds. The following list was created to help consumers decide which material is right for their home.
Faux wood blinds are perfect for those who want the look of wood but don’t want to spend the money. These are also great blinds for those fixing up a home for sale. The beauty they add will fool people into thinking they are real wood. The Chalet Elite 2” Faux Wood Blinds, cost just over $20.00 a blind, and are definitely an affordable option for any homeowner.
Wood blinds offer durability. They bring the unique warmth and beauty of natural timber to your windows. Wood window blinds superbly complement almost any décor. Wooden slat blinds are a perfect compliment to homes and businesses.
Shutters are also made of real wood and add a unique, cottage look to homes. They are often seen in sea-faring towns where they were once used to block the elements. Now, with the bright colors they are available in, they often become a focal point of the outside of the home and can add accents of blue, black and red.
Whether the decision is wood or faux wood, both will be a product that lasts for a long time and compliments almost any décor. The reason wood and faux wood are used by so many decorators is they can pick up accents in furniture or even the frame around a piece of art. These blinds don’t detract from decorating schemes, they only enhance them.
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