Wooden blinds can be appealing in a room lacking any form of interest in terms of design. Because the material itself is often used in home fixtures, wooden blinds tend to fit better into design, almost as if they were a permanent part of the wall on which they sit. The material also adds warmth and natural beauty to a space with its wooden grain.
However, wooden blinds can be excessively heavy, and might not sit too well with larger windows that require more to cover, as they may be cumbersome to draw and lower. Dust also tends towards showing up more starkly against wood. In general, wooden slats form Venetian blinds with cords to pull the blinds up or down. Wood is also used to form blinds with slats that may be rotated such that light can pass through them, offering a great degree of control. to clean with a simple wipe down, aluminium can be used to form both vertical blinds, as well as horizontal blinds, allowing for versatility where design is concerned. These also come in a variety of colours to suit your interior decor while effectively blocking harsh sunlight from entering your home. Being moisture-resistant, they are perfect for both the kitchen and the bathroom. However, blinds made of aluminium tend towards being noisy, so do account for that, especially if you’re going to be installing them in a baby’s bedroom.