Materials Used in Making BlindsVery compact and light weight, blinds are available in variety of shades that come in soft textured, woven and non-woven fabrics that trap air for maximum energy efficiency and sound reduction.
- Fabrics Blinds like as cotton, polyester etc.
- Wood Window Blinds
- Faux Wood Blinds
- Plastic Blinds
- Bamboo Blinds
- Jute Window Blinds
- Vinyl Blinds
- Aluminum Blinds
Window Blinds TypesVertical blinds: These type of slats are made from vertical hanging slats attached together. They are also known as track blinds. They are perfect for large windows and sliding doors. They are used for energy efficiency, light control and can impart a room with a distinct look.
Roller blinds: Roller blinds are one of the most functional blinds. The distinctive feature of roller blinds is that they do not allow the morning light to come in. They are simple, elegant and highly versatile, available in an array of colors and designs.
Roman blinds: They are more or less similar to the roller blinds. These blinds can be moved up and down as desired. They are just perfect to give a luxurious look to a bedroom. Usually made of soft fabrics.
Venetian blinds: These are one of the popular type of blinds. Also known as horizontal blinds, they are made of horizontal slats, attached one above the other. The hanging slats are suspended with the help of a string or cloth and can be rotated to nearly 180 degrees to let the light in as required. As the slats can be closed completely, they are perfect for use in bathrooms. These blinds are just tood good for those who are looking for stylish and effective window coverings.
Cellular Blinds: Cellular blinds also know as Honeycomb Blinds get their name from their shape which resembles honeycombs. From the side, they have the look of a honeycomb. They are energy efficient blinds, which get their energy efficiency from the pockets of air that the cells create.