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Enjoy the benefits of wood blinds at an affordable price.
Real wood blinds have a beautiful, timeless look that makes them attractive to property owners everywhere. However, they are not always the most cost-effective solution. Faux wood blinds bridge that gap by allowing you to enjoy most of the benefits of having real wood blinds without the cost.
At Kerrville Window Fashions, we are proud to be the one-stop shop for all things faux wood blinds in Kerrville, TX. We have more than two decades of experience helping homeowners, and businesses enjoy the look of real wood blinds for a fraction of the cost.
Do you want to buy faux wood blinds to install on your own? Do you want to entrust the entire installation process to experienced pros? We can help.
The most significant advantage of faux wood blinds is that they are more affordable than real wood alternatives. However, the lower price doesn’t diminish the aesthetic appeal. Quality faux wood blinds look like the real thing.
One of the biggest downsides of real wood blinds is that they don’t do well in high-humidity environments. Natural wood will expand, swell, warp, or crack if exposed to moisture for too long. Constant exposure to sunlight will also cause real wood to fade away.
Faux wood blinds don’t have any of those downsides. They are moisture- and fade-resistant, making them a good fit for outside-facing windows, internal windows, bathrooms, kitchens, and more.
Cleaning your faux wood blinds is as simple as wiping the slats down with a damp cloth and household cleaning agents.
You can find faux wood blinds in different styles, paints, colors, and stains. Similarly, you can find horizontal faux wood blinds, cordless faux wood blinds, wide slat options, and more.
Using faux wood blinds reduces the number of trees cut down to make real wood blinds. These products are also completely recyclable, so they won’t go to a landfill when you discard them.
You can choose faux wood window coverings made of diverse materials, including:
Solid PVC faux wood window treatments feature the same material in your PVC pipes, but they contain more additives to make them more resistant to UV rays.
Composite faux wood blinds feature multiple materials, usually wood pulp and plastic. They are lighter in weight and generally offer more insulation for your home.
Wood core faux wood blinds feature a wood pulp center wrapped with printed laminate. The laminate delivers a much more realistic real-wood look.
Do you need help choosing the right type of faux wood blinds for your space? Are you stuck between standard and faux wood cordless blinds? Turn to our team of experts for guidance.