Painted finishes are the most common, particularly white. The wood is painted with a lacquer or latex paint in a variety of colors.Shop Wood Blinds
Bring the feel of nature into your room. Stained wood blinds give richness to your windows and coordinate with wood floors and furniture.Shop Wood Blinds
Although traditional genuine wood blinds generally don't require any type of stain or finish, wood blinds can be painted or stained to match almost any décor. In general, wood blinds come in four basic colors, stains and finish options:
If you've saved up the money for real, genuine wood blinds you may not want to stain or finish them at all. These genuine wood blinds are usually made of naturally colorful woods like cherry, ash, oak, or maple and requires no special finish or stain. These wood blinds are generally more expensive due to the quality of wood required, and they are an amazing addition to any room.
Most wood blinds, however, are actually stained wood made to resemble the more expensive grains of oak or cherry. Most American hardwood wood blinds come with options to stain them to appear darker and bring out the grain. Stained wood blinds are less expensive than genuine wood blinds.
Although many people love the look of real wood blinds, a huge number of homeowners opt for painted wood blinds. This option combines the look and feel of traditional wood blinds with the color options available in other window treatments. Painted wood blinds let you tailor your blinds to the exact color requirements of your room décor, giving you the warmth and aesthetics of real wood, but blending it with your own personal style.