Blinds For Home

Natural Wood Blinds For Home

Whether your style is modern, rustic or classic, wood blinds will complement any room in your home. And if you decide to redecorate later, it’s easy to restain the wood to match every season in Tyler, Tx.

The classic and modern style of Wood Blinds creates a welcoming atmosphere for guests. The natural opacity of the wood slats serves as a fader for natural light and privacy in your East Texas home.

Faux Wood Blinds For Home

Faux wood blinds have the same wood grain look and texture of wood blinds, but are easier to clean and gentler on your wallet.

Faux Wood Blinds are moisture resistant, making them the perfect substitute to wood blinds in your home's bathroom or kitchen, where moisture loves to visit.

No need to get mad at the kids for ruining your new blinds. Faux wood blinds are easy to clean and durable enough to handle rough play.

Aluminum Blinds For Home

The durability of aluminum blinds keeps them from breaking easily. They’re great for low traffic rooms in your house, like your guest room or home office. The dense aluminum material reflects sunlight, reducing your home's energy bill and keeping it cool during the hot East Texas Summer months.

Many homeowners in the Tyler, Tx area also love to use aluminum blinds for their home's doors that have windows.

Vinyl Blinds For Home

Vinyl blinds are known for their flexible material, which prevents denting. They're also durable and easy to clean. The vinyl material filters sunlight while giving off a warm glow of natural light into your home's spaces.

Vertical Blinds For Home

Vertical Blinds are a classy option for tall windows or glass doors in your Tyler Texas home. Their hard material makes them durable, and easily adjustable to let in as much or as little light as you want in your house.

And the style is up to you. Choose between one way or split stacking vertical blinds.

Vertical blinds are a breeze to wipe down too. You can even clean them with your home's vacuum, which is good news for those of us who’s curtains get stuck in the vacuum regularly.