Wooden Blinds


UK: Wooden Blinds: Wooden Blind Manufacturers & Suppliers




There are three main kinds of wooden blinds: Venetian Wooden Blinds, Pinoleum Wooden Blinds, and Vertical Wooden Blinds. The slats of Venetian Wooden Blinds are usually made for basswood, which is stained to give the appearance of hardwoods, such as Oak, Cherry, or Walnut. They may be connected by strings, or by more traditional fabric tapes. Pinoleum Wooden Blinds are roller blinds made from narrow wooden rods woven together into a flexible sheet. Vertical Wooden Blinds are similar to the common fabric vertical blinds, but with the vertical strips made of wood. Leading UK suppliers of wooden blinds are profiled below the panel of sponsored links.  




Hunter Douglas: Venetian Wooden Blinds. Hunter Douglas is one of the world's leading manufacturers and contract suppliers of window coverings, including Venetian wooden blinds. It has its Head Office in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, with a Management Office in Lucerne, Switzerland. It has 102 assembly plants and marketing offices in more than 100 countries. Hunter Douglas employs more than twenty thousand people worldwide. Hunter Douglas wooden Venetian blinds are made from real hardwood, and are supplied in 35mm and 50mm slat widths. Hunter Douglas wooden Venetian blinds are supplied in eight finishes: Vivid White, Soft White, Chestwood, Mahogany, Wengi, Colour Dough, Colour Cherry, and Colour Willow. Hunter Douglas also supplies roller blinds, vertical venetian blinds, and plisse and duette blinds. Plisse and duetee blinds are made from folded material which closes in concertina fashion. 

Ballauff: Pinoleum Wooden Blinds. Ballauff, based near Paris, is the leading European manufacturer of high quality traditional french pinoleum window blinds. The pinoleum blinds are made from veneers and reeds of natural wood woven together in different combinations. The Shades of Nature collection of pinoleum wooden blinds makes extensive use of vegetable fibres such as seagrass, jute, sisal, and bamboo. There is choice of more than 60 types of pinoleum blind, arranged in three collections: Woven Wood, Shades of Nature, and Esprit Nature. The pinoleum wooden blinds are edged with a sewn tape, for which there is a choice of eleven colours. These include white, black, and medium and dark brown. The pinoleum wooden blinds can be supplied painted to the customer's choice of 120 colours. The Ballauff website contains videos explaining how to measure for and fit the pinoleum blinds.


Blinds UK: Vertical Wooden Blinds. Blinds UK, based in St.Albans, supplies a wide range of blinds online, including vertical wooden blinds. Like the more usual fabric vertical blinds, these consist of vertical slats, which are hung from above, and can be adjusted in angle. They can also be drawn back to provide a clear view through the window. The wooden blind vertical slats are available in eight colours: Haze, White, Golden Oak, Natural, Sugar Maple, Walnut, Bleached, and Wood Effect. The vertical slats are made from real wood which has been treated to avoid fading or damage by moisture. They can be configured to draw to the left or the right or to left and right. Blinds UK also supplies Venetian Wooden Blinds. These are made from natural basswood, with slat widths of 25mm, 35mm, 50mm, and 68mm. They can be supplied painted or stained in a wide variety of wood shades, including Sugar Maple, Canadian Maple, Teak, and Dark Walnut.




You may also like to visit our UK product guides on: Roller Blinds, Double Glazed Windows, Conservatory Blinds, Stained Window Glass, Vertical Blinds, and Window Tinting.


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