Alessandra belmain. window blind. November 27th , 2017.
Most wooden blinds are made of a very lightweight wood called basswood but they can also be found in a variety of oriental hardwoods and bamboo. Basswood is the ideal material due to its robustness - it warps less than other woods over time. Wooden Venetian Blinds are a perfect choice for large windows and are suitable for most windows in the home. The only area to avoid is places where there is moisture in the air like bathrooms. The most common wood type colours are lightwoods for example cedar, mid coloured woods like cherry and darker woods like mahogany. Wooden Venetian Blinds are also often sold in White.
Before you agree to buy ask for a discount. Don‘t seem too eager to buy. Always ask for a discount no matter what the price and no matter what store you go to or if you buy online. You may be quite surprised. This happens more often than people think and many people save money just by asking. You can laugh and ask for a senior discount for example. Ask for a business discount if you‘re in business. Ask for a professional discount. If you have a job in a housing-related business or have a real estate license for example, ask for a discount!
Many window blind dealers offer excellent discounts. It‘s should be easy to find good discounts that will suit your finances. There are many close-out sales both online and offline. If you know any builders locally you may be able to get them to go along with you and buy the blinds at their wholesale outlet using their builder‘s discount. Check out the prices at Costco also. They often have the cheapest prices around.
Window blinds are fairly ancient inventions. The Persians hung wet cloth on their windows to protect them from desert dust and to make indoor temperatures more bearable. The ancient Chinese fashioned bamboo slats to give them a screen of privacy. The Venetians, who traded with the inhabitants of the Middle East, borrowed this concept from the Persians and brought the invention to Paris because they needed to have a source of income by peddling their wares.
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