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Wooden Venetian Dubai – Hurry up! When it’s gone, it’s gone

Regarding quality and adaptability to fit a variety of types and interior designs, Wooden Venetian Dubai are pretty well unrivaled. As long as you purchase from a manufacturer who chooses wood from sustainable sources and is concerned about the people who grow and use it, they are also the most environmentally friendly blinds. Because wooden blinds are one of the most expensive window coverings, they are a long-term investment. As a result, you should choose a style and quality that you will be happy with for many years. These window coverings are arguably “epic” of all, and you can match the stain or finish of your blinds to the other woods in the space, simulating anything from light pine to dark walnut. 

Wooden blind colors and finishes

The first choice in terms of finish is whether you want a painted or a natural wood finish. Overall, white or grey wooden blinds with a satin finish are what we sell the most. The most popular color option for all our blinds is neutral shades because they are versatile and go with any style and decor. It also helps to make the space appear light and airy. Additionally, cream and off-white shades are constantly in style because they may soften a stark or glaring white and give a space a touch of warmth. When creating painted wooden blinds, you can choose a gloss, satin, or matt finish. Your other option is natural wood blinds that have been stained or lacquered to highlight the beauty and grain of the wood.

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Wooden blind positioning

You have two alternatives for where to hang and fit your blind, so decide where you want to do this before you start taking measurements. Wooden blinds can be hung either inside or outside/over a window recess. Fitting a wooden blind inside a window recess can result in a cleaner finish and a smaller environmental footprint. You can also finish or dress them with curtains outside of the window to add to the blackout properties of your blind or to give it a particular look. The window opening may appear wider if a wooden blind is installed outside the window recess, but the blind will also occupy more visual space because of its greater footprint. Anyone physically able can put up or hang a wooden blind for either option.

Wooden blind’s slat size

You can also customize the width of the wooden blind slats; the most popular options are 25mm, 35mm, and 50mm, respectively. In general, 50mm slats are the most popular option. It offers a much clearer view of the outside world when the slats are open because it has half as many as one with 25mm slats. People tend to scale their selections to some extent depending on the window, choosing smaller slats for smaller windows and larger options for larger ones. By the way, basswood is used to make wooden blinds because it is lightweight, resilient, and lends itself well to sustainable production, which surprises many people who think that different wooden blind finishes represent different wood selections. 

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Why choose wooden blinds from Curtains And Blinds Dubai?

The look you want your blind to have, and the kind of view you want to be able to see through the window while the blind is lowered but the slats are open are all personal preferences. We offer all these varied looks of wooden blinds in different colors. Our quality products are liked by people all around Dubai.


Yes, wooden Venetian blinds are generally considered a good choice. They offer a timeless and elegant look, complementing various interior styles and adding warmth to the space. They provide effective light control, privacy, and can enhance the overall aesthetic appeal of a room.

Wooden Venetian blinds can contribute to insulation by providing a barrier against heat loss during colder months and blocking excessive heat gain during warmer months. The natural insulating properties of wood help in regulating the temperature inside a room, making it more energy-efficient.

There are several reasons to select wooden Venetian blinds. Firstly, they offer versatility in terms of design options, finishes, and wood types, allowing you to find the perfect match for your decor. They provide excellent light control, privacy, and insulation. Additionally, wooden blinds are durable, easy to clean, and environmentally friendly.

Wooden blinds may attract dust like any other window covering. However, regular dusting with a soft cloth or gentle vacuuming with a brush attachment can help keep them clean and minimize dust accumulation. Periodic wiping with a damp cloth can also be done to remove any stubborn dirt or stains.

Yes, wooden blinds can help in reducing heat. By adjusting the slats, you can control the amount of sunlight entering the room, thus minimizing heat buildup. This can contribute to a more comfortable indoor environment and potentially reduce the need for excessive air conditioning.

Over time, prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can cause some wooden blinds to fade. However, high-quality wooden blinds are often treated with protective coatings that help minimize fading and damage from UV rays. Choosing blinds with UV-resistant finishes can prolong their lifespan and appearance.

Wooden blinds are generally not known for making noise. When properly installed and operated, they should remain quiet and stable. Any noise that may occur can be attributed to factors such as loose fittings or the blinds coming into contact with nearby objects.

Wood is a recommended material for Venetian blinds due to its durability, natural beauty, and insulating properties. However, other materials like aluminum or faux wood (PVC) can also be suitable options, depending on individual preferences and specific requirements.

Venetian blinds, including wooden ones, offer adjustable slats that allow you to control the amount of light entering a room. When the slats are closed, they can provide effective light blocking and privacy, helping to darken the room. However, complete light blocking may require additional window treatments or blackout liners, especially for rooms where total darkness is desired, such as bedrooms or media rooms.