Types of Blinds
Wooden Chicks are used as a screen or curtain made of strips of Wood which allow air and light to enter, while keeping the interior cooler and preventing people outside from seeing in.
Zebra blinds, also called dual blinds, are a modern roller blind alternative to horizontal blinds. Consisting of alternating horizontal opaque and sheer fabric stripes, these blinds transition from day to night easily. By adjusting the stripes, you're in control of how much light and privacy your room receives.
Roman blinds are made from fabric that is designed to pleat when raised. The blinds are constructed by mounting slats, which are connected to cords, into the back of a fabric panel. When the blind is lifted, the cords pull the slats together and force the blind to fold into pleats.
Unlike other types of blinds which can be difficult to lock or unlock, the roller blind works on a simple premise – you roll the blind up around the casing and it stays there until you want to roll it down again.
Besides bamboo being edible (well, as far as pandas are concerned), bamboo window treatments are made from the natural fibers of the bamboo plant. Woven wood treatments are made from a combination of bamboo, rattan, jute, grasses and reeds to create a variety of color options.