12″ – 108″
Our 2" horizontal faux wood blinds give you the best of both worlds! They have the look of luxurious real wood blinds at a price of about 15% less.
When choosing the perfect window treatments for your home in California, it’s wise to consider each room’s needs. For rooms with high humidity, such as the kitchen, bathroom, or laundry room, you’ll need to select a material that won’t be affected by moisture in the air. To provide exactly that solution, 3 Blind Mice Window Coverings recommends faux wood blinds.
Faux wood blinds are made out of composite PVC, which makes it more durable when exposed to humidity compared to genuine wood. Composite PVC can stand up to everyday wear and tear, such as fading, cracking, and peeling. Best of all, faux wood blinds resemble the look of genuine wood blinds and are significantly more affordable.
Faux wood blinds offer elegance and warmth, and they’ll even look and feel similar to faux wood shutters for a fraction of the cost.
Motorized faux wood blinds are a smart, rewarding investment in comfort, convenience, and the safety of your children and pets. Ask our designers about how you can make the most out of your blinds with motorization options!
For more information about faux wood blinds and where in your California home they’d work best, contact the experts at 3 Blind Mice Windows Coverings today.
Realistic Wood Look
Motorized / Alexa Compatible
To keep your wood blinds clean, regularly dust or vacuum them. For deeper cleaning, wipe with a damp cloth. Stained finishes can be treated with lemon oil.
Faux wood blinds are a great choice when you want the look of real wood blinds, but may have less than favorable conditions for wood. They are resistant to extreme temperatures as well as moisture and humidity and they are budget friendly.
|Shutter look||Collects dust|
|Cost Effective||Bad For Sliding Doors|
|Low Maintenance||Lots of Cords|
Schedule a free consultation today and let our experts help you find the perfect solution.
We are delighted with our motorized blinds and would highly recommend ‘Three Blind Mice’.