Types Of Window Blinds
Window blinds have become an essential household accessory, not only because the more modern home owner's needs have remained unchanged, but also because of improvements in technology that have made window blinds of today equally decorative and functional. Well chosen blinds for windows add a focal splash of colour to, perhaps, a bland living space, while doing the job that was intended. Vertical Blinds, as the name suggests, hang vertically, that is, top to bottom. Vertical blinds are ideal for bigger windows or sliding doors. Buildings with expansive glass walls use vertical blinds to create an anti-glare screen when necessary while allowing as much light to the inside as possible. Venetian Blinds or Horizontal Blinds as they are known, the slats are either made of wood, vinyl, or aluminium, and stack neatly together when raised. Venetian/Horizontal blinds allow light to pass through when the slats are rotated to open top to bottom. The slats can be set at an angle so as to regulate the amount of light entering the room. Roller Blinds are also made of solid piece of fabric or other material that easily rolls up by means of chain or pre-loaded spring. There are no slats, so that the material itself neatly wraps up around a lightweight, aluminium cylinder when the blinds are raised.
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