Vertical Blinds
Control OptionsDesign Options


Vertical blinds are a practical window treatment option, especially for large windows and sliding glass doors.
Here's a list of pros for vertical blinds:

Versatility: Vertical blinds are well-suited for various window sizes and shapes, including wide windows, sliding doors, and even curved or angled windows.

Light Control: These blinds offer excellent light control. You can easily adjust the slats to regulate the amount of natural light entering a room, providing flexibility in creating the desired ambiance.

Privacy: Vertical blinds provide effective privacy when closed, blocking outside views while still allowing some diffused light to filter through the gaps between slats.

Easy Maintenance: Cleaning vertical blinds is relatively simple. You can often wipe them down with a damp cloth or dust them regularly to keep them looking clean and well-maintained.

Durability: High-quality vertical blinds are built to last and can withstand daily use, making them a reliable choice for long-term use.

Customization: You can choose from various materials, colors, textures, and patterns to customize vertical blinds to match your decor and personal style.

Cost-Effective: Vertical blinds are often more budget-friendly compared to some other window treatment options, making them an economical choice for covering large windows or sliding doors.

UV Protection: These blinds can block harmful UV rays from entering your home, helping to protect your furnishings and decor from fading and sun damage.

Versatility in Opening Direction: Vertical blinds can be drawn from the center, from one side to the other, or split in the middle, allowing you to choose the most convenient and stylish way to open and close them.

Suitable for High Ceilings: Because they hang vertically, these blinds are a practical choice for rooms with high ceilings where traditional horizontal blinds may not work as well.

Vertical blinds are a versatile and functional window treatment option, particularly well-suited for spaces with large windows or sliding glass doors where their unique benefits can shine.

Control Options


Draw your blinds open or closed or tilt the vanes using a wand. It's a child-safe alternative to the standard chain and cord control.


This traditional option comes with a chain to rotate vanes open and closed, and a cord - secured to the wall for safety - that moves the blinds side-to-side across the windows.

Design Options


For a look that allows light to gently filter through the vanes, opt for free hang fabric. Sealed-in weights help vanes hang clean and consistent.


Fabrics inserted into groovers maintain a soft look while increasing energy efficiency and opacity and providing a neutral appearance to the outside.


Open the blinds in the middle and stack vanes on both the left and right sides. Or opt for a left or right stack to accommodate door opening or furnishings.

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