Faux wood blinds are made of vinyl, vinyl compounds, and a combination of wood and vinyl. The wood look-alike is either a wood-polymer mix or 100-percent polymer. Since these use vinyl for at least a portion of their slats they have two inherent advantages to wood blinds: they cost less, and they resist moisture. All of the faux wood blinds require more ladders than wood blinds. Also, many interior designers favor faux wood blinds because they are easy to clean (an advantage in a kitchen), and they don’t warp, fade or crack, a great advantage in a room with high humidity such as a bathroom.
Faux wood blinds control light and privacy as effectively as wood blinds, but they are sturdier and much more resistant to moisture, as well as easier to clean; and impervious to warping, cracking, or peeling. They’re also energy-efficient, to keep your home warmer in winter, cooler in summer, and they are INEXPENSIVE!
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