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Our Wooden blinds come in a full range of rich natural timber shades, painted neutral colours, high gloss finishes, and PVC wood effect. Available in 25mm, 35mm and 50mm slat widths. With modern new shades just launched bringing you the on trend shades such as grey and cream. Your decor will be matched perfectly to one of our gorgeous shades.
Luxury wooden blinds bring the natural beauty of the outdoors into your home or office. The stained and painted slats allow you to complement or match your existing furniture and decor. Also giving assistance in regulating the temperature of your home. Beautiful and stylish made to measure wooden blinds are manufactured from Basswood, which comes from Linden trees. This is a popular wood for blinds, due to its lightweight nature and uniform grain.
Another alternative to wooden blinds is plantation shutters. Although a luxury option, the finished look of PVC shutters sets your home a cut above the rest. Amanda for Blinds & Curtains offer both wooden and PVC shutters, but we recommend PVC as a more hard-wearing option to last the years.
If you love the look of wooden blinds but worry about warping in a damp environment, click here to read about our PVC venetian blinds. They eliminate the risks of warping in a wet room or bathroom to ensure that they last as long as they possibly can. PVC venetians are not only water resistant but also a little more hard wearing. Furthermore, this is great if you’ve got little ones about or simply use them 2-3 times a day.
Our most popular option for controls is the wand system, this option makes your blinds safe by design. Furthermore, there is no need for a safety bracket as the wand eliminates the need for cords or chain to control the blind. To find out more about the different options you have to make sure your blinds are child safe,
We have been supportive of making corded blinds child safe for a number of years, helping to reduce the devastating number of tragic child deaths that occur from accidental strangulation from blind cords.
Therefore in March 2014, child safety legislation was passed that put a legal responsibility on blind manufacturers, installers and retailers who manufacture & install blinds to do so in compliance with the safety standard.
Watch our Child Safety Blinds video