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Woven Wood Shades

 

Woven wood shades might have a reputation for tiki bars and tropical parties, but modern decorators and interior designers will tell you that they’ve gone beyond the Margaritaville aesthetic.

 

Woven wood shades are great for making rooms feel a bit more inviting, providing warmth and natural wood accents. Many designers and homeowners are starting to turn to woven wood shades to add texture to otherwise modern and sterile home designs.

 

Plus, while woven wood shades used to be out of reach for many in terms of costs, they are now widely available for a fraction of the price.

 

The question you might be asking is,

 

Are woven wood shades right for my home?

 

Let’s dive in and find out.

 

What Are Woven Wood Shades?

 

Woven wood shades, compared to typical slatted blinds, offer a unique way to add texture and color to your modern windows. Woven wood shades can be made out of a wide variety of materials, including rattan, jute, bamboo, or natural grasses. These materials are then woven into a single shade, creating rich textures with natural variation.

 

Some people refer to woven wood shades as natural shades or matchstick shades, though they’re all the same thing. We believe woven wood shades can suit a variety of decor styles and are wonderful for layering. When you let sunlight shine through thin woven wood shades, you get a beautiful glow that you can’t get otherwise.

 

Are Woven Wood Shades See-Through?

 

The amount of light that comes through woven wood shades depends entirely on the weave style. Thicker bamboo readers, for example, are far less see-through when compared to a thin grass weave, giving you more privacy and light control.

 

Here at Affordable Blinds, we offer free samples so that you can get an idea of the type of coverage you’re looking for before making your final purchase.

 

Of course, if privacy is something that you prioritize, we highly recommend pairing your woven wood shades with some type of liner.

 

Privacy liners aren’t made to completely blackout a room and will still let line shine through if you have an open weave woven wood shade, such as a grass weave. However, you will not be able to see through these shades, providing you with ample privacy when you need it.

 

You can choose to pair your woven wood shades with blackout liners if you’d like, as these are completely dark and provide total privacy. Both of these liner options are available in different colors so that you may find one that matches your decor style.

 

When it comes to picking the liner color, you should consider the style of the weave that you have. A grasscloth weave, for example, which is more open, allows the liner to show through. If you choose to go with a darker color in this instance, it will make your shade look darker.

 

You should also consider the color of the liner that is facing the street. You may be in a rental association or HOA that requires certain colors (most often white) on the outsides of the shades.

 

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How Do Woven Wood Shades Work?

 

When buying woven wood shades, you have a variety of lift options to pick from. If you want to save the most money, you can go with a standard cord lift option. If you have a larger window, the shades might be a lot heavier. In this instance, a continuous loop cord might be the best and easiest option.

 

If you have pets, young children, or just like a clean and uniform look throughout the house, you may consider going with a cordless option.

 

Lastly, you could choose to go with a motorized lift option. Motorization offers the best lift control around. You can control multiple windows in a single room using a remote control. Motorization is great for hard-to-reach windows or for people with physical limitations that stop them from opening and closing the windows in their homes.

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Are Woven Wood Shades Durable?

 

While woven wood shades have a unique look, they are unfortunately not the most durable window treatments out there. Due to the fact that woven wood shades are made from small pieces of natural wood woven together, they are very easy to break.

 

For this reason, we recommend that our customers refrain from placing woven wood shades in high-traffic areas, such as kitchens and living rooms. Avoid placing them on low windows too, especially if you have children and pets around.

 

To extend the life of shades, it is good to add edge binding to protect delicate ends. Edge bindings can keep woven wood from fraying, making sure that the shade stays in tact for as long as possible.

 

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Installing Woven Wood Shades

 

Consumers love hearing about how easy woven wood shades are to install. You won’t need to pay extra to hire someone for a few hours. On average, you should be able to install a woven wood shade in as little as ten minutes. Start by securing the brackets to the wall or window frame with the included screws.

 

Once the brackets are secured, slide the headrail in and tighten the wingnuts.

 

If you are dealing with very wide windows, you may consider having an extra set of hands around to keep the shade in place while you are installing it.

 

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How To Clean Woven Wood Shades

 

Woven wood shades are very low-maintenance, especially when you compared them to fabric shades and curtains. You don’t have to worry as much about stains or discoloration due to sunlight.

 

However, you should always make sure that you clean your woven wood shades every once in a while so that they stay in tip-top shape.

 

Start by brushing your woven wood shades down with a dry microfiber cloth. You may also use a duster or a soft-bristle brush on your natural woven wood shades to get rid of any dirt that is stuck. If you’re dealing with stubborn stains that aren’t coming off dry, you may dab your microfiber cloth with a bit of water.

 

It is never a good idea to spray your woven wood shades directly with cleaner or water, as they are prone to warping when exposed to too much moisture.

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Where To Buy Woven Wood Shades

 

If you’re looking to buy woven wood shades, Affordable Blinds is where it’s at!

 

Woven wood shades are in style right now and we don’t foresee them going out of style in the near future.

 

As of today, woven wood shades are one of the most popular choices for home bathrooms. Of course, if you choose to install woven wood shades in your bathroom, it is important to get a liner for privacy.

 

Whether you are trying to outfit your home, office, or business with woven wood shades, you’ve come to the right place. Here at Affordable Blinds, you’ll find a wide selection of woven wood shades to choose from. With many different types of weaves, you can choose the right woven wood shades for your needs.

 

Not sure which woven wood shades will fit best with your windows or decor?

 

Get in touch with us and have our team help you decide on the right style for your home!

 

Our woven wood shades product page is overflowing with high-quality, inexpensive woven wood shades. If you have any questions regarding our products, do not hesitate to get in touch with us before placing an order. Our goal is to get you the window treatments you want for lower prices than our competitors can offer.

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