Strengths of Custom Horizontal & Vertical Blinds

Vertical Blinds for Kitchens at Night in Toms River, New Jersey (NJ)

Not all blinds are created equal, so it is important to know what you are looking for in your window treatment. Horizontal and vertical blinds, although both phenomenal options, provide a different set of strengths for the customer. Therefore, it is to your advantage to become familiar with the products to maximize your options and find the blind that is best for you. Luckily, Hunter Douglas has curated a collection of both horizontal and vertical blinds that can be customized to suit all of your needs. Check out the different options available to you below.

There are three specific styles of horizontal blinds that are each made with high-quality materials to ensure longevity and strength, but vary in terms of the specifics they provide. The Parkland line is the classic take of horizontal blinds. They are made of a rich wood that provides a traditional look, but can be customized in terms of color and shape. The Everwood Collection is best for those who are expecting their window treatment to receive a lot of sunlight or possible moisture, such as in a bathroom. This style of horizontal blinds is made of an alternative to the wooden materials that is painted with a TruGrain finish to guarantee that it won’t show signs of wear and tear. Say goodbye to a chipped, cracked, or faded window treatment with this unique faux wood blind. The third option for horizontal blinds is the Modern Precious Metals Collection. This style gives off a completely different aesthetic than its wooden, or faux wooden, counterparts. The intentions of this collection is to be simple, sleek, and modern with your own personal touch. The customizable options are practically endless, with you being allowed to choose the texture, color, and even control of your window treatment. The Modern Precious Metals collection can be a statement piece or enhance a contemporary space.

Although vertical blinds can also work for the same shape and size windows as horizontal blinds, these are generally geared towards larger window areas. They come in a similar variety of materials and fabrics as the horizontal collections, but offer a different style as well as different functional benefits. Skyline Gliding Window Panels are sleek and chic. They are beautiful while open, to display the rich texture of the fabric and showcase the color, but also fold effortlessly to allow for more light. There are over 600 fabric options to choose from, making the possibilities for customization practically limitless. The Cadence Soft Vertical Blinds are for those looking for a subtle blind option that is simple and elegant. The folds in the fabric mimic drapes to provide a smooth operation, light control, and even sound absorption. If you want the most options, then the Somner Custom Vertical Blinds are best for you. This collection has the most customizable options available for you, ranging from size, color, shape and even texture of the fabric. The vast array of materials for you to choose from is quite impressive, as well as the easy and precision of the operating system. Finally, Vertical Solutions is designed for those who are looking for a high-quality vertical blind at a fair price. This is the more economical option that still comes with the same assortment of customizable qualities as the other window treatments.

If you are still deciding between horizontal and vertical blinds, or are curious about other window treatment options, come see us at Window Happenings. We are located in Toms River, NJ and serve the surrounding 40 miles, which includes Lavallette and Forked River.