Your Choices for Hunter Douglas Blinds

Getting a house to truly feel like a home can require a lot of work. A home is the biggest investment many of us make in our lives, and includes so many different aspects that occasionally it can feel daunting to outfit your home to your specifications. Because of this, window treatments can often get lost in the shuffle, which is why the experts at Blind & Shutter Gallery in Nashville, Tennessee are here to help you figure out which style of Hunter Douglas blinds is right for you.


The first choice you need to make when it comes to your new Hunter Douglas blinds is what sort of orientation would work best for the windows you are hoping to dress. For most windows, horizontal blinds are going to work well, and are easy to operate to boot, but there are situations where vertical blinds would actually be more appropriate. If you have one of those trendy, massive windows in your home or a sliding-glass door leading out to a backyard or pool, vertical blinds are going to be the saving grace of your home’s windows.


After you have decided the proper orientation of your new blinds, you will need to decide what material would work best for them. If you have chosen horizontal blinds for your windows, you will have harder materials to choose from, including wood, alternative wood, and aluminum. All of these materials have their own advantages and disadvantages. For example, real hardwood is beautiful, but will necessitate more maintenance than alternative wood. If you want a material that has both little maintenance and a wide spectrum of color choices, aluminum blinds are a great option. Vertical blinds are going to be constructed of softer materials, such as fabric and vinyl. Both of these materials are easy to clean, but if you have small children or are planning to install your window treatments in a high-traffic area, vinyl is sturdier and more resistant to wear and tear.

Do you feel more informed about your choices for Hunter Douglas blinds? If you do, then stop by Blind & Shutter Gallery today to pick up a set for your home. Our showroom is located in Nashville, Tennessee, but we proudly serve the surrounding area, including Murfeesboro, Franklin, Nolensville, Brentwood, Fairview and Thompson's Station, in Tennessee.