What are composite blinds? By Definition; composite blinds are blinds created from a mixture of engineered thermal polymers and real hard woods. This special type of engineered blind uniquely retains its shape and original color for the life of the composite blind.
There are over a dozen white and wood-tone colors available with slat sizes from 2″ to 2 1/2″ available to create a perfect look. You can cover large windows as well, you can order composite blinds with sizes up to 120″ wide by 120″ high. Blindsmax exclusive composite blinds provide the warmth and feel of real wood along with uncompromising durability.
The 2 1/2″ composite window blind is considered a “shutter louver” slat style that provides a wider view through it when opened, and complete light control when closed. This gives homeowners the elegant look of a plantation shutter at a fraction of the cost. Since the blind can resist warping, and can withstand more moisture than a solid hardwood blind or shutter, you can use composite blinds in higher-moisture areas that you might not have considered before, such as in a bathroom or kitchen.
Composite wood blinds are also very affordable when compared to solid hardwood blinds. Prices for composite wood blinds start at around $40 with free shipping. Cost will of course vary depending on the size of the blind ordered. A hardwood blind usually averages around $50 and up, and free shipping is also offered on those if the real solid wood is more to your taste.
Take a look at our gallery of Composite Blinds for ideas and inspirations for your home and feel free to pin them to Pinterest! We encourage you to shop at Blindsmax for all your window covering needs. If you need any assistance or have questions or comments you can visit Blindsmax.com and click on the “Live Chat” button. Alternatively you can give us a call at (888) 305-8020.
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