Learn Everything You Need to Know About Wooden Blinds

If you are considering remodeling a space in your home or business, you should consider it made-to-measure or ready-built furniture. Wooden blinds are quite versatile, enabling natural light to enter the room while also providing partial or complete seclusion and allowing the slats to be partially opened or closed if the light entering the room is too strong and generates a glare.

Wooden Blinds

Made-to-measure blinds are designed to fit a specific or specified window size. Ready-made blinds are constructed in standard sizes that may be cut to fit any window.

Wooden Blinds FAQ

What exactly are wooden blinds?

Wooden horizontal slats on wooden blinds tilt to control light and privacy.

How do Wooden Blinds operate?

Their cords raise and lower the blinds, and their wand tilts the slats to open or close them completely or partially. The wooden slats are modified by rotating them from an open (no overlap) configuration to a closed position (which they do).

What exactly are Venetian wood blinds?

Wooden blinds are also known as Venetian blinds because they contain horizontal slats that are stacked one on top of the other. Venetian blinds are simple slatted blinds with metal, plastic, or wooden slats.


How are wooden blinds connected?

They are suspended by cloth tapes or cables that allow all slats to rotate through nearly 180 degrees in tandem.

How do the slats of Wooden Blinds rotate?

The slats can be rotated to overlap with one side looking inward, then in the other way to overlap with the other side facing inward. By adjusting the rotation, different degrees of spacing between the slats can be achieved between those extremes.

How do Wooden Blinds open and close completely?

Each slat has lift cords that go through slots. When these cords are pulled, the blind’s bottom slides forward, causing the lowest slats to press against the underside of the next highest slat as the blind is raised. Wooden blinds are available in a variety of finishes.

Wooden blinds come in a variety of finishes that are defined by the type of wood used, and they can range from painted finishes to most wood variants.