Cost-Friendly In general, faux wood blinds cost 15% to 25% less than real wood blinds. The PVC/vinyl material that faux wood blinds are made from is less expensive than wood material, resulting in a more cost-friendly, beautiful blind that looks just like wood.
Easy to Clean Blinds are one of the biggest collectors of dust build-up in your home. Because faux wood blinds are water resistant, they are much easier to clean than real wood blinds. Just use a damp washcloth to wipe them clean, and you’re done!
Super Durable Faux wood blinds are some of the toughest blinds around. Since they can stand up to high heat without warping or bending, and are also resistant to water, they will hold their beauty much longer than wood blinds. They even stand up to wet conditions and humidity, which are the worst enemies of a wood blind.
Hang Them Anywhere The classic look of faux wood blinds work in almost any setting. However, their moisture resistance makes them best suited to high-moisture areas like bathrooms and kitchens. They can stand some of life's toughest accidents and spills, and won't get stained the way other fabric window treatments might.
Designer Upgrades Choose routeless slats for a no-holes slat that helps block more light from your window. Faux wood blinds can also be made with cloth tapes, which provide a colorful or textured cut of cloth that runs vertically along either side of the blind, and can be customized to match your home.