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Window Treatments
Buying Guides

Wondering how to choose the perfect window treatments? Looking for a style or feature to perfectly fit your home? Browse our Buying Guides to learn more about different window covering styles and options available through Blinds.com!

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Cellular shades are a versatile choice for many rooms and styles. You may hear them called honeycomb shades, or simply cell shades.

  • Cellular shades are both stylish and affordable. They come in a wide variety of colors to perfectly match any décor.
  • These window treatments provide light control. Choose from light-filtering, room darkening and blackout fabrics to suit your needs.
  • Cellular shades can help insulate your home against heat and cold, meaning you can actually save money on your monthly energy bills!
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Faux wood blinds offer durability, functionality and style at an economical price.

  • Faux wood blinds are moisture-resistant, so they’re an ideal choice for kitchens and bathrooms where real wood products can warp or crack over time.
  • These window treatments are durable – they resist scratching and are super easy to clean.
  • Consider the cost of faux wood blinds versus wood blinds. Faux wood blinds give the appearance and feel of real wood blinds, while adding durability and affordability.
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Mini blinds can fit in most rooms and styles. You may also hear these window treatments referred to as aluminum blinds.

  • Mini blinds are some of the lightest window treatments available. They’re easy to install and even easier to operate.
  • Get the privacy and light blockage you want by raising or lowering the blinds, with additional tilt control.
  • Mini blinds are a super low-cost window treatment and are perfect for windows or doors with a shallow depth. They’re also ideal window treatments for areas that require high durability, like a garage.
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Wood blinds are a beautiful window treatment choice. They bring warmth and natural beauty to any style of décor.

  • This classic window treatment gives your home a sophisticated look without the high cost of wood shutters.
  • High-quality basswood is both gorgeous and durable.
  • Most wood blinds are available in a range of classic painted and stained finishes, allowing you to coordinate with trim, furniture and flooring in your home.
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Vertical blinds are the perfect window treatment for a large or wide window.

  • Vertical blinds are made of materials like PVC, faux wood, or fabric – making them simple yet durable.
  • They’re available in a variety of color and fabric options, allowing you customization to match any décor in your home.
  • Vertical blinds are an extremely popular choice for covering a sliding glass or patio door.
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Roller shades are a sleek window treatment that are popular for modern homes, but functional enough to work in any space. You may also hear these referred to as roller blinds.

  • Most roller shades can be ordered in a wide variety of colors and styles, from soft whites and neutrals to vibrant, bold colors and patterns.
  • These window treatments are some of the easiest to clean. You can keep them looking new with little effort!
  • Roller shades are simple to operate. With light-filtering and blackout options available, you can be in complete control of your light and privacy.
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Roman shades are a classic, fashionable window treatment for most rooms in the house and are a great choice if you want to add a soft touch to your windows.

  • Roman shades are some of the most stylish window treatments available. Choose from a wide assortment of designer Roman shade fabrics and patterns.
  • These window treatments are easy to install and operate.
  • Enhance your Roman shades with light control options — add light-filtering or blackout liners for enhanced light and temperature control.
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Shutters make an impressive design statement in the home — they have a timeless appeal which makes them one of the most sought-after window treatments.

  • Real wood shutters provide a refined look with top-of-the-line hardwood construction, while faux wood shutters match the beauty of hardwood at a more affordable price.
  • Stylish color options include whites, neutrals, and natural wood tones — customize your interior shutters to complement any room of your home!
  • Shutters can add resale value to your home, which can make them an investment as well as design statement.
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Don’t forget to consider custom draperies as part of your décor! They work as standalone treatments or can be layered with blinds and shades.

  • Choose from a wide variety of fabric and drapery styles, including pleated, grommet or rod pocket.
  • Our draperies can match your home’s décor and style, from traditional to modern or formal to casual.
  • You can extend the life of your draperies by adding a liner to protect from sun and heat damage.
  • Unlike curtains bought off the shelf, our draperies are custom-made. The construction is higher quality, and can perfectly cover extra tall or specialty windows.
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Control the amount of light in your home with a wide variety of blackout and light-filtering options from Blinds.com.

  • Choose from a large array of cellular shades, roller shades and draperies with light control features ranging from sheer to blackout.
  • Room darkening shades stop short of total light blockage, but offer an abundance of styles and light control options.
  • Blackout shades provide maximum light blockage – perfect for the bedroom, living room, media room or nursery.
  • To achieve total darkness with blackout shades, you’ll likely need to add light blockers. These are vertical strips that cover light gaps on the left and right sides of the shade. For inside mount blackout shades, light blockers are a must.
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Easily raise and lower your blinds and shades with a cordless lift system.

  • Enhance the appearance of your room by eliminating the visual distraction of cords.
  • Many - but not all - cordless lift systems are safer for homes with children or pets. Always check the “Child Safety Information” on your product’s page to see if it’s a safer option. children or pets.
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Upgrade your window treatments with a Top Down Bottom Up feature.

  • Top Down Bottom Up blinds and shades can be raised from the bottom or lowered from the top. This upgrade is available in both standard cord lift and cordless.
  • Perfect for controlling light while maintaining privacy in your home.
  • Available for cellular, pleated, Roman or woven wood shades.
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Experience the ultimate ease of use with motorization upgrades on your blinds and shades.

  • With the touch of a button, you can tilt your blinds open and closed or raise and lower your shades.
  • Ideal for hard-to-reach windows or skylights.
  • Motorization is a safer choice for homes with children or pets — eliminate the cords! Always be sure to check your product page for information on child safety.
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When shopping for new window treatments, consider insulation as a feature when browsing blinds and shades.

  • Cellular shades and draperies can help in insulating your home.
  • Save money on your bills by reducing energy loss around your windows.
  • Combine window treatments in layers for even more insulation benefits. Some draperies and Roman shades have thermal liner options for added insulation.
Learn more about Insulating