Vertical BlindsVertical Blinds are a popular, classic, and traditional choice for sliding glass doors and even extra wide windows. But vertical blinds today aren’t the same as ones used years ago. They’re better, more versatile, and more stylish. You can now find vertical blinds to perfectly complement your current interior design. At Select Blinds, you can even find blinds that are meant to stand out and make that design statement.
MaterialsNot all vertical blinds are the same, and the material types we offer prove that. You can find vertical blinds made from fabric, faux wood, and smooth and textured PVC. For a softer look, choose fabric vertical blinds. They gently filter light and provide any space with a gentle glow.
For a rich, elegant look that’s also budget-friendly, faux wood vertical blinds are the perfect fit. They have the look of real wood, but they’re more affordable, more durable, and they’re moisture and humidity-resistant.
Looking for the most durable, strongest vertical blinds on the market? Then look no further than our blinds made from PVC. They’re ideal for homes with children and pets because they’re easy to care for and clean and they’ll stand up to consistent or frequent usage.
And if you want unique style and durability, our textured vertical blinds made from PVC will give your space the design flair it needs to take it to the next level. With all of these choices, vertical blinds have never looked so good.
Sizing OptionsOne size does not fit all when it comes to vertical blinds. After all, every sliding glass door is different. If your door is close to a standard size, any of our vertical blinds will work beautifully. However, if you have an extra wide sliding glass door, it can be a little harder to find a solution. But here at SelectBlinds.com, we have several options that can be ordered up to 191” in width.
Draw and Stacking OptionsOne of the many great things about modern vertical blinds is that you can customize the draw and stack type. A one-way draw is the most traditional, most common choice. A split draw opens the vanes from the middle and stacks them on either side of the window or door. Just as it sounds, a center stack brings all vanes to the middle. An opposite stack means the vanes will stack on the opposite side of the controls. Having all these options gives you one more way to perfectly customize your vertical blinds to fit your lifestyle.
Are you ready to find the perfect vertical blinds for your home? Start with these measuring instructions and then explore our vertical blinds buying guide.