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Evie Sweeten | 08 Aug 2014 | Woven Wood Shades

Woven wood shades have once again proven extremely popular in home design magazines across the board. But if you’ve grown tired of the set in your house or aren’t sure if woven wood shades are for you we’ll show you some fresh and fun new ways to add them to your home.

Layered Love


Bamboo shades could work well in a dining room to match with a wooden hutch or table.

As seen in Better Homes and Gardens 2014.



Woven wood shades also go well in bedrooms to help soften light. We adore the look of draperies over bamboo shades! Since woven wood shades are variations of neutral colors any curtain could go over a set.

As seen in Better Homes and Gardens 2014.

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hattaras camel woven wood

Basic Woven Wood Shades by Blinds.com are almost an exact match to the set in Better Homes and and Gardens.




Shades that match your walls are interesting concept. The wallpaper here is grasscloth wallpaper, a fun new way to bring wallpaper into the home. The molding here helps break up the windows from the walls.

As seen in Elle Decor July/August 2014.

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Kula sandy beach woven wood

Designer Woven Wood Shades in a light color like Kula Sandy Beach are light enough you could put them against tan, beige, or cream colors to achieve the same look.

Shades for Days


Put the same shade on every window in the room with drapes on top for a cool peek-a-boo effect.

As seen in Elle Decor July/August 2014.

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tonga sand woven wood

Budget Woven Wood Shades in Tonga Sand would be a great choice for this project. They’re a bit more affordable than other bamboo shades, so cover as many windows as you want without breaking the bank.

What are your favorite things to do with Woven Wood Shades? Tell us in the comments!

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    Evie is the Social Media Content Intern for Blinds.com. Given her constant broke college student status, she's always looking for things she can make herself or make better with glitter.