Friend & Faux
Faux wood blinds give you the luxurious appearance of real wood blinds, but with greater durability at a fraction of the cost.
Why Faux Wood Blinds?
Natural-hued wood grains and solid colors give our faux wood blinds the look of genuine wood, but with a bundle of benefits.
With the look of wood and the carefree upkeep of vinyl, faux wood blinds are perfect for kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms.
Woven tapes in rich solids and decorative patterns inspire creative customization.
Color & Finish Options
Day-to-day smudge and dust have little power over our easy-care materials. A soft cloth or a blow dryer (on the COOL setting) will keep your blinds looking like new without superhero effort.
Options & Controls
We offer several classic, simple options to keep your look clean and the operation convenient.
Standard blinds are manufactured with rout holes and a cord or wand available for 2″ blinds. 2.5″ and 3″ blinds are manufactured with cord tilt only.
Maximize light control and provide additional privacy. By eliminating the rout holes in the slats, routless blinds achieve an aesthetically pleasing appearance and reduce light leaks.
To accommodate for door handles and other architectural obstructions, side cutouts are available on horizontal blind applications.
To accommodate for door handles and other architectural obstructions, bottom-side cutouts are available on horizontal blind applications.
Proper installation is almost as important as the product itself. An improperly installed window blind can be tough to open and can get damaged easily. Elizabeth Shutters has a professional installation crew that comes to your home and installs your custom blinds precisely, making sure that each one operates perfectly.
Our specialists will call you to set up an installation day and time that works for your schedule. Before the installers arrive, remove all old window treatments and move furniture out of the way. This makes it easy for our installation team to get right to work on your new custom window blinds.
If you have any questions about how to operate window blinds, don’t hesitate to ask your installer, or you can always call us directly.