The Comfortex Wood Window Blind Collection is anything but ordinary. Aria is a great alternative to real wood blinds. They are made from a revolutionary combination of hardwood and man-made materials for unmatched durability. Designed to withstand the rigors of everyday living, as well as hot and humid environments. Aria blinds resist warping, cracking, chipping and fading. Newport Woods Basswood Blinds complement existing flooring, furniture, cabinetry and trim to create a warm, seamless look. This collection includes multiple slat sizes with richly stained and painted finishes, as well as decorative tape and valance options.
Aria Faux Wood Blinds
Newport Basswood Wood Blinds
For traditional warmth and superior performance Newport Woods real Basswood blinds are precision crafted from the finest basswood. Newport Woods combines the traditional elegance of wood blinds with the proven window blind operating system. The result is classic styling, beautiful elegance and a lifetime of easy operation.
Faux Wood Basic Blinds
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Frequently Asked Questions About Window Blinds
Window blinds are coverings made of horizontal or vertical slats that can be adjusted to control the amount of light and privacy in a room. They can be made of various materials such as wood, vinyl, metal, or fabric with wood blinds being the most popular.
There are several types of window blinds available, including:
- Wood blinds: made of horizontal slats that can be tilted to control light and privacy.
- Vertical blinds: made of vertical fabric slats that can be rotated to control light and privacy.
- Roman shades: made of fabric and can be raised or lowered to control light and privacy.
- Roller shades: made of fabric or other material that can be rolled up or down to control light and privacy.
- Cellular shades: made of pleated fabric that forms honeycomb-shaped cells to provide insulation and light control.
The beautiful thing about working with Window Covering Gallery is that we will come and measure your windows for you. With so many options for each of the different products, you are better off letting us measure so you are sure to get the exact right size product. We visit your home and measure free of charge.
There is no right or wrong window blinds for your home. It is a matter of personal taste. That being said, when you invite Window Covering Gallery into your home for a free consultation, we will show you your options, explain the pros and cons of each, and make suggestions that you might not have thought of. Then together with our designer, you’ll be better informed to make your choice.
All of the window blinds that we sell are made to order to ensure a perfect fit for your window.
When you order from Window Covering Gallery, you don’t have to install your window blinds. We send out a professional installer to install your window blinds and any other window coverings you purchased.
The best way to clean window blinds depends on the type of blinds you have. Here are some general tips:
For dust and light dirt, use a feather duster or a soft cloth to wipe each slat.
For heavier dirt and grime, use a damp cloth or sponge to wipe each slat.
For metal or vinyl blinds, you can also use a mild soap solution and a soft-bristled brush to clean each slat.
For fabric blinds, you can vacuum them to get the dust off. But if they haven’t been vacuumed and they need more attention, call us here at Window Covering Gallery. We offer professional cleaning services.
The lifespan of window blinds can vary depending on the quality of the blinds, how often they are used, and how well they are maintained. Generally, wood and faux wood blinds can last for 5-10 years, while vinyl and aluminum blinds can last for 3-5 years. However, with proper care and maintenance, many blinds can last much longer.
Window blinds offer several benefits, including:
Light control: Blinds can be adjusted to control the amount of light that enters a room, which can help to reduce glare and protect furniture and floors from fading.
Privacy: Blinds can be adjusted to provide privacy from neighbors or passersby.
Energy efficiency: Some types of blinds, such as cellular shades, can provide insulation and help to reduce energy costs.
Style: Blinds come in a wide range of styles, colors, and materials, allowing you to choose a look that complements your decor.
Ease of maintenance: Most blinds are easy to clean and maintain, which can save time and money in the long run.
Perfect for layering: to control light in your room you may want window blinds but to dress up your room you may decide that draperies or a cornice are in order. Window blinds layer perfectly with other window treatment options.
Motorized window blinds are blinds with a motor which means that they can be operated using a remote control or a smart home device. In Colorado with our grand two-story homes with window walls, motorized blinds are a must for windows that cannot be reached from the ground.
Motorized blinds offer several benefits, such as:
Convenience: You can open and close your blinds without having to get up from your seat or use cords or strings.
Safety: Motorized blinds are cordless, which reduces the risk of entanglement for children and pets.
Energy efficiency: Motorized blinds can be programmed to open and close at specific times of the day, which can help regulate temperature and reduce energy costs.
Accessibility: Motorized blinds can be controlled by people with limited mobility, making it easier for them to adjust the blinds as needed.