Green is definitely ‘in’ with the modern consumer and home owner becoming more eco-conscious with each day. Eco-friendly products not only give you a sense of ‘moral high ground’ (that is understandable), but they are also great in adding a new dimension to the interiors of your home. Woven wood shades and bamboo blinds have always been a popular choice as they tend to blend in elegance and ergonomics with a sense of natural goodness that is inimitable.
These beautiful shades have an ability to seamlessly amalgamate with the existing style of your home even as they offer wonderful contrast in both texture and color. A perfect way to dress up your windows (and even doors, at times), woven wood shades are indeed a must have for those who love relaxed and refreshing interiors with a tinge of gorgeous green!
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Switch between Unabated Views and Untouched Privacy
One of the primary advantages of using blinds or shades is the ability to be able to switch between wonderful views and complete solitude when needed. Woven wood shades are available in a variety of patterns, designs and colors. This not only offer you plenty of options when it comes to the aesthetics, but one can also choose the exact amount of natural light they wish to let in thanks to the diffusion caused by the shades. While some of the shades are woven to make completely opaque surfaces, others are put together lightly for a more translucent look.
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Woven wood shades come in a variety of natural fibers like slatted bamboo, grass, jute, rattan and many more. It is also possible to add additional layers of insulation in the form of drapes or fabric to increase the appeal of the wood blinds.
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Light, Fresh and Natural
More and more homes are option for planet-friendly products that ensure that their interiors are both savvy and stylish. Adding woven wood shades not only helps with the eco-quotient, but with wood being a wonderful insulator, you would also be able to cut down on your energy bills a tad bit come this winter. Woven wood shades coupled with other forms of blinds can offer the right insulation and do so without compromising on the form factor. They can be added to pretty much any room in the house and you instantly create a more warm and ambient backdrop!
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Home owners often seem to ignore the fact that blinds and shades are as essential part of their residence as doors and windows themselves. If anything, with the contemporary trend of suing glass excessively shades in natural textures that are also great insulators become all the more significant from both a form and functionality perspective.
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Textural Contrast for a Spa-like setting
The urban jungle that surrounds us is dominated by metal, concrete, stone and glass. In a world that is overwhelmed by these man-made materials, it makes sense to add a natural and far more pleasant element. Woven wood shades are one of the easiest ways in which you can bring in the right textural contrast without having to make huge changes to the interiors. They can be used both on the inside and the outside of the window and their ‘natural presence’ instantly softens the place. Bamboo blinds and jute shades also bring in a pleasant and holiday retreat-styled atmosphere.
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Woven wood blinds are great for those who wish to give their home a more tranquil and comfortable look that borders on being casual. They automatically seem to evoke memories of that amazing vacation in a tropical resort where you enjoyed the sun, sand and the waves! Give them a shot and you will not regret going down the ‘wooden path’.
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