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Faux Wood Blinds

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Designed to look like real wood, Bali Composite and Faux Wood Blinds add timeless beauty on a budget. Available in a range of solid and woodgrain colors, faux wood blinds and composite blinds give a room distinctive character—light colors add cheerful charm to a kitchen or living room, while dark colors create a thoughtful atmosphere for a study or den.

Faux wood and composite blinds aren't just about classic style and a great view—they also boast some outstanding benefits:

  • Economical. Faux wood blinds are an economical choice, allowing homeowners on a budget to reach their interior design goals.
  • Moisture-tolerant. Faux wood and composite blinds are designed to work well in rooms that need to stand up to excessive moisture.
  • Versatile. With the variety of style and color options available for custom faux wood blinds, you can create the perfect complement to your home’s windows.
  • Durable. The high-quality construction of faux wood and composite blinds means you’ll enjoy them for years to come.

Available in both 2" and 2 1/2" slats, both products offer benefits to your space. Which one is right for you?

  • Horizontal faux wood blinds. Resistant to moisture and perfect for kitchens, bathrooms, or laundry rooms, faux wood blinds make a stylish—and economical—choice.
  • Horizontal composite blinds. Ideal for areas with high heat and humidity, composite blinds also offer wider spacing between vertical supporting cords, meaning you have an even better view to the outside.

Product Features

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Humidity Tolerance

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Budget Friendly

Control Type

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Control Type

  • Cord Lift with Wand Tilt: A wand attached to the headrail tilts the slats open or closed. A color-coordinated cord raises and lowers the blind.
  • Cord Lift with Cord Tilt: A color-coordinated cord tilts the slats open or closed. A second color-coordinated cord raises and lowers the blind.
  • Cordless Lift with Wand Tilt: Use the wand attached to the headrail to tilt the slats open or closed. Raise and lower the blind by pulling on the bottomrail. Safer alternative for homes with kids or pets and provides a more streamlined look.
  • Cordless Lift with Cord Tilt: Use the cord attached to the headrail to tilt the slats open or closed. Raise and lower the blind by pulling on the bottomrail. Safer alternative for homes with kids or pets and provides a more streamlined look.
  • Cord Lift with Wand Tilt
    Cord Lift with Wand Tilt
  • Cord Lift with Cord Tilt
    Cord Lift with Cord Tilt
  • Cordless Lift with Wand Tilt
    Cordless Lift with Wand Tilt
  • Cordless Lift with Cord Tilt
    Cordless Lift with Cord Tilt

Privacy Option

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Privacy Option

  • Standard route holes are small holes cut into the blind's slats that allow the ladder cording to pass through. To increase light control and privacy, choose one of the options below instead.
  • NoHoles™ are innovative notches at the back of each slat that guide the ladder cording and eliminate standard route holes, improving privacy and light control. Not available with all options.
  • Cloth tapes are stylish bands of fabric that cover the standard route holes on each slat, protecting privacy and allowing less light to slip through.
  • Standard Route Holes
    Standard Route Holes
  • NoHoles™
    NoHoles™
  • Cloth Tapes
    Cloth Tapes

Valance Style

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Valance Style

Valances give your window treatment a finished look and help conceal the headrail and mounting brackets.

The standard valance is available with both sandblast and smooth finishes, depending on the color you choose. The eloquence valance always comes with a smooth finish.

  • 3" Standard Valance
    3" Standard Valance
  • 3¼" Eloquence Valance
    3¼" Eloquence Valance

Multiple Blinds on One Headrail

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Multiple Blinds on One Headrail

Multiple blinds on one headrail help you more easily cover wide windows or patio doors. A single headrail makes installation easier and creates a clean, unified look.

  • Multiple Blinds on One Headrail
    Multiple Blinds on One Headrail
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