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Window blinds are one of the most appealing window treatments available offering privacy, adding to the décor, and shielding both your carpet and furnishings from the harmful UV rays of the sun. There have never before been such a wide variety of styles, colors and materials available in window blinds. This article touches on some of the most popular horizontal blind styles and materials available in window blind technology. We hope the following information provides the reader with the necessary information in choosing, purchasing, or ordering their custom or made to measure window blinds online. Many window blind manufacturers also have options such as valance size/style, wand and control string positioning (left, right, middle) for the online shopper.

Choosing Your Window Blinds Slat Size

Most blinds are available in a variety of slat widths. Popular slat width sizes include 1/2-inch micro, 1-inch mini, 2-inch, 2-1/2 inch with many window blind manufacturers having variations and/or larger widths available. Choosing your window blind slat size is both a matter of personal choice and type of installation or mounting choice you choose. Make sure to visit the guide to window blind measuring for special consideration before choosing your slat size or mounting options.

Choosing Your Window Blinds Material

With choices available such as PVC, natural wood, faux wood, composite wood, and aluminum, the customer has never before had such a wide variety of window blind styles and materials to choose from. The following information includes considerations on the different material types the purchaser should take into account when shopping for window blinds. Always consider the environment of your window blind installation to maximize the durability of each type of material.


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