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Selecting blinds

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houseofblinds

Here are some tips on selecting blinds

  • Know the size of the window you need the blinds for
  • Keep in mind the material you want
  • Depending on your decor, have color options ready
  • Set a budget before purchasing
  • Always opt for stores/online store who install after you purchase from them

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joeanna anthony

Blinds are considered "hard" window treatments. They have slats, or vanes, that tilt or angle to control the amount of light entering a room. They can also be fully opened, or pulled up, for an unobstructed view. Today, most blinds come with a rod that twists to tilt the vanes and a pull cord that lifts them. (Note that pull cords are not recommended for use around children.) Blinds can have horizontal or vertical vanes (narrow ones are often called mini-blinds), and they can be made of vinyl, wood, and wood alternatives, or the old standby: aluminum.For information on fencing, please check out  http://californiafenceco.com/vinyl.htmlhttp://californiafenceco.com/wood.htmlhttp://californiafenceco.com/metal.html http://californiafenceco.com/chain.html

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