Monday, May 29, 2023

Faux (PVC Type) Wood Blinds for Durable but Stylish Interior : San Juan Project

Whatever industry or wherever we are in life, the importance of having alternatives cannot be more pronounced. May it be a small daily decision or major life choices, having alternatives allow us to be resilient and quickly adapt to ever changing trends and environments. Take faux wood blinds as alternatives for real ones, for example. These blinds take the form or appearance of an authentic wood blind but are made up of different materials. However, this does not mean that faux wood blinds are inferior. In this article, we will discuss why these blinds are really good alternatives because of both functional and aesthetic benefits.

Faux refers to an imitation or an artificial version of something. Wood blinds were invented in 1769 when an Englishman discovered that thin wooden slats can be customized to fit a frame and that these slats can be moved to allow light into a room. Faux wood blinds came much later, sometime in mid to late 20th century, when the demand for blinds increased and makers were looking for cheaper options as opposed to real wood blinds.

More often, faux wood blinds are made up of vinyl or PVC along with a certain material that allows the blinds to copy the appearance of wood blinds. Wood-pulp composite allows the PVC product to adapt the grains and texture of real wood. It’s only better because combined with this wood-like appearance is the durability and damage resistant properties of PVC.

The first reason for creating faux wood blinds is because it is a cheaper and more cost-effective option. Plus, if a client is really looking for a wood or tree-like aesthetic, they won’t have to spend much because these blinds are really more budget-friendly. It is also common knowledge that these are durable and more damage proof. These can last up to five to ten years if well-maintained. Further, a client can also count on these blinds to be more resistant to moisture and dirt and can be placed in humid areas like kitchens or even bathrooms.

Another reason why faux wood blinds are in is because they are very easy to maintain and clean. A few tips to proper care for them include regular cleaning using either cloth or feather duster. This way, dust and dirt won’t accumulate and damage the material. Another is avoiding too much moisture and harsh chemicals. These may be resistant to such but caution should still be taken to preserve its quality. A few others also include being careful when using the blinds and inspecting the product for damage from time to time.

Stylish and durable. A client couldn’t ask for more. Our San Juan project proved that faux wood blinds are remarkable wood blind alternatives indeed. More of these products can be seen through this link:

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