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Vertical or Venetian Blinds for Home or Work

When it comes to versatility not many window treatments can beat the design flexibility and style diversity of blinds. After all, what other treatments come in hard and soft materials with both horizontal and vertical applications? None, which is why blinds are such a universally appealing product for both residential and commercial use. So, whether you’re looking for window treatments or door coverings for an apartment, house, rental unit, office building, retail space, or commercial location; Hunter Douglas Venetian Blinds (horizontal blinds) or Hunter Douglas Vertical Blinds can offer the balance of user-friendly function and modern style that you’re looking for.

Skyline® Gliding window Panels near Bronxville, New York (NY) for use in homes and office buildings

Blinds for Houses and Residential Structures

Vertical Blinds for Home

When they were invented in the 1950s, vertical blinds quickly found their niche in the sprawling suburbs that were blooming around major American cities. In the land of white picket fences, vertical shades filled a much-needed space over back doors and sliding patio doors. They were a contemporary twist on traditional Venetian blinds and over time their popularity grew as did the diversity of their designs. Today modern vertical blinds have hard and soft styles for cohesion with numerous modern interior design aesthetics and décor preferences. Additionally, they are customizable in size, shape, and slat width, and so can be used on patio doors, sliding glass doors, deck doors, French doors, and wide or especially broad windows.

Venetian Blinds for Home

Classic wooden blinds have the natural warmth and charm of hardwood shutters, and the movement range and cost-friendly nature of vertical blinds. Their high-end feel makes them appropriate for a range of décor styles from traditional colonial looks to modern, minimalistic themes. On the other hand, faux wood blinds maintain that natural aesthetic but hiding beneath the realistic wooden face is a range of enhanced properties like increased durability derived from the scientifically amplified materials; this makes them suitable for hot and humid climates or rooms of the home where they will be exposed to moisture or heat.

Blinds for Businesses and Commercial Spaces

Vertical Blinds for Work

In office buildings, sizeable windows can pose a challenge as window treatments large enough to cover the expansive glass panes are often heavy and difficult to maneuver. Vertical blinds solve this problem because they are designed to be used on wide and broad windows with ease. Additionally, vertical blinds are available with either hard or fabric vanes that can be styled to not only match but enhance your corporate aesthetic.

Venetian Blinds for Work

Hunter Douglas shook up the world of horizontal blinds in the forties when they added metal blinds to their catalog of window treatments. Made of aluminum, their new metal blinds proved especially popular in commercial spaces and office buildings because of their long-lasting durability, straightforward and uncluttered look, and the cost-efficiency of using metal treatments for large-scale projects. Modern metal blinds are still popular in business settings for those same reasons and the availability of motorized or automated systems for blinds have only increased the window treatment's efficiency and demand.

Bottom Line Blinds carries a wide assortment of Hunter Douglas Venetian blinds and vertical blinds for your home or office including styles with hard or soft vanes, natural or synthetic materials, and one-of-a-kind designs for industry-leading performance.

Hunter Douglas Blinds

  • Skyline® Gliding Window Panels
  • Cadence® Soft Vertical Blinds
  • Somner® Custom Vertical Blinds
  • Vertical Solutions® Vertical Blinds
  • Parkland® Wood Blinds
  • EverWood® Alternative Wood Blinds
  • Modern Precious Metals® Aluminum Blinds
Contact Bottom Line Blinds today to talk with a design expert about Venetian Blinds or Vertical Blinds for your home or business. With three locations in northern New York near Bronxville, Dobbs Ferry, and Pleasantville, New York, Bottom Line Blinds serves the communities of Eastchester, Mt. Vernon, Yonkers, Irvington, Hastings on Hudson, Tarrytown, Chappaqua, Briarcliff Manor, Ossining, Dobbs Ferry, Pleasantville, and Bronxville, NY.