Wood blinds are classic, traditional, and elegant. They can add a richness and sophistication to any space. Because we know wood window treatments aren’t one-style-fits-all, we’ve made sure to offer a vast selection, giving you everything you need to find the perfect wood blinds for your home and for your lifestyle.
Wood window coverings are made from quality, natural hard woods, like basswood and American hardwood. They’re lightweight, making them perfect for large or wide windows. And because they’re lightweight, they won’t bow or bend as easily as other types of blinds. They’ll look great and last longer, giving you the most for your money.
The Colors and Stains
Just because wood blinds are made from natural materials doesn’t mean you're not limited when it comes to colors and stains. With everything from bright white to dark cherry or mahogany, you’ll easily find the perfect color or stain to match your existing interior design, or to even create your dream design. With so many colors and stains to choose from, finding the perfect wooden window treatments has never been so easy.
We’ve also made it simple to coordinate your wood window coverings throughout your entire house. With 3 different slat sizes, including 1”, 2”, and 2 ½”, you can make sure every window and door has the right sized wood blinds, but still keep a consistent, continuous, streamlined design.
One of the many great things about wood blinds for your home is all the available options, features, and upgrades to choose from. You can customize blinds to meet your needs and match your lifestyle seamlessly. Here are just some of the options you’ll find as you explore our huge selection of wood blinds:
All horizontal window blinds are raised and lowered with some type of lift system. The standard type of lift consists of a small cord being run from top to bottom of the blind going through a small hole in each slat. The no-holes privacy option gets rid of those route holes through the slats by attaching the ladders behind the slats. This keeps the slats solid, which also helps with insulation and light and privacy control.
Cloth tape covers up the standard ladders and the route holes those ladders make in each slat. Not only will cloth tape block those little pinpricks of light, but it’s another way to add style and personality to your wood blinds. Choose a contrasting or complementary color to create a unique look.
All wood window coverings come with a standard lift system, usually with a pull cord. However, you can always upgrade to a cordless or motorized option. Both of these lift options are perfect in homes with young children and pets. If you have out-of-reach windows or have mobility restrictions, opt for remote-operated motorization. It’s modern, convenient, has a clean look, and it’s easy to use.
Multiple Blinds on One Headrail
If you have a wide window and you want to use multiple wood products instead of one large one, choose 2+ products on a single headrail. The wood blinds will work independently, but the single headrail creates beautiful cohesion. Sharing a headrail makes it easier to raise and lower the blinds, and it keeps them from being too heavy and guarding against bowing or damage.
Ready to order your custom wood blinds? Start with these measuring instructions. Soon your windows will be covered with the elegance, richness, and sophistication of real wood blinds.
Not sure if wood window treatments are the perfect fit for your style? Explore our style buying guides to learn about other types of window coverings and even which blinds and shades work best to achieve the look you want.