Hunter Douglas Blinds and Shades

New Jersey, NJ (PressExposure) July 30, 2009 -- Make Your Choice from Attractive Models of Window Blinds

• Wood blinds: These blinds are finished using basswood or other hardwood, and provide a sparkling archetypal appearance for your living space.

• Faux wood blinds: An economic alternative which gives the opulent appearance of real wood. Manufactured from selected wood composite materials or PVC, these are available in different color combinations. Faux wood blinds are appropriate for all rooms, particularly those with high temperature and moisture.

• Mini blinds: Also known as horizontal mini blinds, these offer supreme functionality and are available in 1/2" Micro version, the standard 1" Mini Blind or the 2" Macro Blind.

• Vertical blinds: These blinds come in an array of styles and materials including aluminum, cellular, fabric and faux wood. Perfect covering options for large windows and sliding patio doors, they give an elegant appearance for the entire space.

• Panel track blinds: These are adaptable and elegant decorating options for picture windows or sliding doors. Also known as sliding window panels or panel tracks, these can be used as room separators. These are available in solar screen, woven wood and patterned fabric materials.

An Exclusive Collection of Window Shades

Quality window shades from Hunter Douglas include cellular honeycomb shades, wood shades, roman shades, sheer shades, solar shades, bamboo shades and pleated shades. These are designed in such a way as to control the flow of heat according to varying climate conditions. Honeycomb shades are ideal for all areas including bathrooms, laundry and kitchen.

Hunter Douglas blinds and shades are customizable and are offered lifetime guarantee.

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