At first glance, blinds bought ready-made online or from a retail store may seem fine, but custom blinds offer so much more. Here’s why your home needs custom blinds.
When you buy custom blinds, the selection is almost endless. There are numerous materials, colors, textures, and added touches available. Plus, your windows may not be uniform, and they may need custom window treatments to fit them properly.
Horizontal blinds made to cover windows that open up and down can be made from wood, faux wood, aluminum, or vinyl. Wood blinds offer a traditional look and natural beauty when they are stained. For a similar look that can withstand heat and humidity, you can use faux wood blinds. Aluminum and vinyl are both durable and easy to clean. Vertical blinds are available in the same materials as horizontal blinds, plus they can be fabric for a softer look. Vertical blinds work well on wide expanses of glass, like sliding glass doors, and windows that open to the side, and both orientations come in a range of vane or slat widths.
Every type of blind is available in numerous finishes or colors. Wood and faux wood can be stained or painted to match your window trim. Select aluminum horizontal blinds in a bright color or vinyl vertical blinds in a unique pattern to add some interest to your walls. Cornices and decorative tapes can be added for even more personal style. Custom blinds are able to beautifully cover windows by themselves, or they coordinate perfectly with draperies or curtains.
Custom blinds are specifically made to fit your windows, so you don’t have to settle for whatever blinds are available at the store in the right size. Once you decide what type of blinds you want, your windows are professionally measured before your new window treatments are created. This customization also allows you to cover windows that are unusual shapes, like arches, circles, or angles. Once your blinds are finished, they are installed by experts, so you don’t have to worry about hanging them straight or being sturdy enough that they won’t fall.
Horizontal and vertical blinds offer incredible flexibility in light control and privacy. For an open view, horizontal blinds can be pulled to the top of the window and vertical blinds can be moved to the side. For partial privacy and filtered light, they can be drawn over the window with the vanes or slats open. When you need a darkened room during the day for daytime nappers or to watch a movie, the vanes or slats can be closed completely.
At Alberts South Jersey Wallpaper, we can help you create the perfect custom blinds for your home or business by selecting the orientation, material, color, and size. We can also help you with your other window treatment, awning, and wallcovering needs. Come visit our showroom in Haddon Heights, New Jersey. We proudly serve homeowners and business owners in Haddon Heights, Sewell, Mullica Hill, Mickleton, Chenny Hill, Haddonfield, Voorhees, Mt. Laure, and Moorestown, New Jersey.