Faux shutters offer the appearance of wood at a price that is significantly lower than real wood. Faux wood blinds are typically 100 percent polyvinyl chloride, but some manufacturers combine wood and vinyl. Regardless of the composition, faux wood holds up to heat and sunlight, as well as daily wear, to give years of privacy and aesthetic value.
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Compare color choices offered by different manufacturers. Most faux shutters are available in white and neutral colors, as well as bright and dark shades of wood. Some manufacturers offer a variety of shades in color groups. Ask for color samples to match the blinds with your woodwork or color scheme. Find out what the blind manufacturer offers in the way of custom blinds. Customized gives you the opportunity to choose the color and size of the slats as well as pull style. Stock blinds are available in limited sizes and styles. Some manufacturers offer more custom options than others, so look.
Look for brands that have the width of the wings you want. The most common sizes are two inches and 2 1/2 inches. Compare the gap between the slats. Faux shutters tend to have more adjacent rods than vinyl blinds. Watch samples of different blinds to find the slat style works best for you. See samples of different brands to see how much they darken a room. Look at flat slats for a traditional look and light filtering. Select Curled Monitors for Darkness. You can get extra rooms darker by choosing blind blinds with no holes for alignment or by choosing blinds with wide strips that cover the holes.