Woven Wood Shades
Woven wood shades are made of natural fibers that provide insulation from the sun’s heat while still allowing some light into the room, making them perfect for both hot and cold climates. They are made from a variety of materials, including bamboo, jute, grasses, reeds, and more - so you can choose the one that best fits your style. They have a timeless and classic style that is great for adding texture and natural warmth to any room in your home.
Are woven wood shades in style?
Woven wood shades will always be in style because of their natural and elegantly simple look that can blend in with any type of decor, from traditional to modern. The natural materials used to make woven shades give them an organic look that adds rich dimension and texture to any room’s decor.
You can also customize woven shades with different liners or top treatments (like valances or cornices) for added visual interest and light control. Go for blackout liners for better privacy and darkness in a home theater, for example, or you can go for motorized control for added convenience!
Finally, woven wood shades are actually becoming more popular because of their eco-friendly appeal as they are made from natural, renewable resources that are environmentally friendly and sustainable. When they reach the end of their life cycle, they can be more easily recycled or reused when compared to other materials such as vinyl or PVC.
Can you see through woven wood shades at night?
Due to the natural striations and variations in the material, woven wood shades will have small gaps between the woven fibers. This provides the light filtering that they are known for! Because of this, they will also allow some view through at night when it is dark out and the lights are on inside. If you are looking for more privacy at night time, go for a privacy or blackout liner that will block the view completely even during the night time.
What are some pros and cons of natural woven shades vs regular blinds?
1) Cost: Woven wood shades tend to be more expensive than regular blinds due to their materials, so consider your budget when choosing a window treatment for your home.
2) Light Control: Woven shades are designed to let light through even when down, or they can have added liners for better privacy and room darkening. Regular blinds, on the other hand, can be adjusted with tilt allowing for finer light control.
3) Aesthetics: While both woven wood shades and regular blinds come in a variety of colors and styles, the natural woven shades are made of beautiful natural materials that give them their unique characteristics.
4) Sustainability: Woven wood shades are made from natural materials such as bamboo, jute, and grasses which are all renewable resources. Not only are they made with more sustainable practices, but the shades themselves can be more easily recycled or reused. Natural materials also provide insulation benefits, helping to reduce energy costs in both summer and winter months.