Woven wood shades, also known as bamboo shades, are a contemporary window treatment popular in office and homes. They are constructed of natural material combinations, including bamboo, rattan, reeds, jutes, and wood. They lift and lower with the use of a pull cord. When raised, bamboo shade material gathers in folds. These woven wood blinds offer the natural look of curtains while providing privacy and blocking light. They can give a warm and welcoming look to the house and can be used to accentuate the elegant look of a room.
Woven wood blinds are available in many designs and many materials–from the most casual and relaxed to the most sophisticated and contemporary. They are made from wood, bamboo, grass, and reeds. They are available in different color, grains, and textures. Woven wood blinds can be constructed with the roll-ease continuous loop system, the lift system, the roll up system, or the top down system.
Woven blinds give a natural and airy look to the room and in some cases, can also provide protection against extreme weather conditions. They are available in matchstick, bamboo, tortoise, and other natural treatments. They can be designed with decorative edge bindings, trims, and finishes to add beauty to the blinds and also to improve the interior décor of the room. By adding a blackout liner to the blinds, there is better light blocking and increased privacy. The valance can be adjusted to further enhance the beauty of the blinds.
Woven wood blinds can be custom made to suit the requirements of the room. The size and model of the woven wood blinds chosen per customer specifications. Some customers choose blinds that have been specially woven to allow the right amount of light into the room. Installing these blinds is also easy and can even be done by specialists from the manufacturer.
These natural woven wood blinds are easy to clean and maintain, working much like curtains but providing greater utility and control. These qualities and the flexibility in design style are making woven wood blinds very popular with designers and homeowners. Your grandmother wouldn’t recognize her old bamboos shades these days.