If you need to block glare and harmful UV rays coming in through your sliding glass door, traditional vertical blinds aren't the only choice. There are many modern alternatives that offer style and function if vertical blinds aren't your taste. Check out our guide for 4 alternatives to vertical blinds.
Window Coverings for Sliding Glass Doors:
Bali Verticell 3/8 Inch Double Cell Light Filtering Shades From Blinds.com
For wide windows and patio doors that need insulation from the heat or cold, a cellular shade is the best option. The shade can be opened from either side and is barely noticeable when fully collapsed. The honeycomb design gives your door or window a stylish look and provides additional insulation against sound. Browse our vertical cell shades here!
Give a more modern look to large windows or glass walls with sheer fabric panels. It also gives clean lines to smaller spaces like patio doors. The solar screen textile blocks glare and harmful UV rays without affecting your view.
If you want something more than a common vertical our Track Faux Wood Shutters are the perfect choice. Each shutter panel hangs from an easy-to-install vertical track and slides past each other to open and close. Faux wood Shutters provide more energy efficiency than verticals and give your room a more aesthetically pleasing look.
Levolor Perceptions Sheer Shadings from Blinds.com
Levolor Perceptions Sheer Shadings are an elegant way to update your home’s look with all of the functionality of a traditional vertical shade, but a far more elegant feel. These window coverings offer the soft look of sheer draperies with the added light control of blinds. The rigid, fabric-covered vanes are seamlessly integrated with the surrounding sheer fabric. The vanes can be opened to allow light in or closed to darken a room and ensure privacy.
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