Vertical Blinds: Transform Your Windows or Doors w/ Stunning Vertically Oriented Blinds

Vertical blinds are a popular choice of window coverings, offering style, privacy, and light control. With slats that can slide to the side for a clear view, they are fantastic for large windows and patio doors. Available in a multitude of materials and colors, choose from our wide selection to find a style that matches your home decor.


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  1. 3 1/2 inches Graber PVC Vertical Blinds 39
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    3 1/2 inch Graber PVC Vertical Blinds

    3.5 in. PVC vertical blind vanes

    Large PVC vanes easy to clean and maintain

    Perfect for sliding doors and large windows

    retail : $170
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  2. 3 1/2 inches Fabric Vertical Blinds Graber 39
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    3½ inches Fabric Vertical Blinds Graber®

    3 1/2" fabric louvers that softly diffuse light

    Combine the look of soft drapery with a vertical blind

    Available in wide variety of colors and textures

    retail : $225
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  3. ZebraBlinds PVC Vertical Blinds 39
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  4. 3 1/2 Elite Graber Wood Vertical Blinds 39
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    3 1/2 inch Elite Graber Wood Vertical Blinds

    Add warmth and style to large windows and sliding doors

    Made from all-natural wood with sustainable practises

    retail : $615
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  5. Sheer Vertical Shades Graber 39
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    Sheer Vertical Shades Graber®

    Sheer fabric allows for softly diffused light and daytime privacy

    Looks beautiful on wide windows and sliding doors

    PVC vanes adjusted for additional light control when needed 

    retail : $844
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What are vertical blinds ?

Vertical blinds consist of vanes or panels that hang down from a track. They are operated using a cord or wand that pulls the louvers side to side. They can also have the vanes tilted to open or close for added light control.

Buying Guide for Vertical Blinds

With so many options to customize from, it can be tough to know which vertical blinds are the right fit for your space. This section will walk you through the essential factors to consider when purchasing vertical blinds. Here are some of the most important aspects to assess when selecting vertical shades or blinds:

Size and Coverage

Consider the coverage required for the type of windows you have. Vertical blinds work well for big windows or sliding doors because of their long upright louvers that can easily slide out of the way when not in use. They provide excellent coverage while taking up minimal space when open for a clearer view. So if you have an extra wide window or door, they are a fantastic choice!

Opacity and Light Control

The amount of light control and privacy you need depends on the room. If you want to darken a bedroom, choose blinds that are opaque and that can block light, such as a PVC or wood material. If you are dressing a living room and want to keep it bright and airy, you can get fabric vertical window blinds that are excellent for allowing natural light to permeate your room, even when it is closed.

Type of Material

Each material has its own pros and cons. PVC tends to be affordable, easy to clean, and moisture resistant. Wood brings a beautiful warmth to your decor with natural grain, but can warp over time in high humidity areas. Fabric tends to be softer and more lightweight, but is elegant and available in different textures, patterns, and opacities, from light filtering to room darkening.

Other Things to Consider

If you’re still on the fence, check out our list of pros and cons compiled by our expert designers to help determine if vertical blinds are the right fit for you.


If you're looking for something to let light in even when your window is covered, vertical blinds are a great choice. With long, upright vertical slats that hang from a track at the top of the window frame, they can be opened to allow light in or can be closed for privacy. You can change the angle of the adjustable slats to control how much light enters the room. The material used can also change the light filtering properties of your blind, for example using fabric materials to allow for some natural light even when the slats are tilted to close.

Since the slats are vertical, you can simply dust or wipe them down from top to bottom. You can even remove the slats for a deeper clean, or replace them if any are broken or scuffed over time. This makes them an ideal window covering solution for any home, office space, or any area that sees a lot of traffic.

They also tend to be inexpensive compared to other window treatments such as curtains, drapes, or shutters, making them a great affordable option for many homeowners.


Many people find the vertical louvers to have a distinct look that is unattractive or outdated. They can also be noisy when you operate them, as the louvers tend to clack together during movement. But it doesn't have to be! As an alternative you might want to take a look at different fabrics which can give them a sleek and modern look that isn’t noisy during operation.

Vertical blinds with a cord control can be a strangulation risk for homes with children and pets. Go for a cordless option such as a wand control that doesn’t have any dangling lift cords.

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