You’re a modern traditionalist, we get it. Our Wood Blinds come in colors that add up to an equally new equation: classic + contrast = drama. Works for traditional modernists, too.
WHY OUR WOOD BLINDS?
Instantly invoke an heirloom aura with luxurious, gleaming wood.
Innately energy-friendly, our woods are chosen for their natural insulating properties.
Choose from the rough luxe of a wire-brush finish or the classic look of smooth-finish paints and stains.
Add two or three blinds beneath one continuous headrail and continue the style on wide or side-by-side windows.
Cordless lift options make for a timeless look and tangle-free operation. Safety + sophistication.
A decorative valance turns your window into a fine furnishing.
Beauty & Brains
Solid or decorative woven tapes not only customize your blinds with a textural accent, but obscure those working bits for increased light control and privacy.
Beautiful form, beautiful function. Whether a safe system for children, a buttoned-up design detail or a hard-to-reach window, we have an innovative cordless solution for the job.
Ideal for hard-to-reach windows, this battery-operated system tilts slats open and closed with the touch of a button. The wireless system operates within a 65-foot radius, with no line of sight required.
Keep large windows looking clean and uniform by putting two or three blinds on one continuous headrail. They look like one blind, but operate independently.
You can also opt for a wand tilt control to adjust your blinds open or closed with a simple twist. Only available on 1 3/8" and 2" slat styles.
Slats are lifted and lowered with the pull of a lift cord that features a Break-Away tassel to help protect children and pets. Slats are tilted open and closed by pulling tilt cord controls.
Cordless lift shades lift and lower with ease, using just your fingertips. Cordless is considered the safest choice if you have small children or pets in your home.
Press a button on the aluminum bottomrail to lift and lower the blind. Release the button to lock the blind into place. When used in conjunction with the wand, this option is a safer choice in homes with small children.