Economical, durable and naturally attractive.
2 1/2" Northern Heights Shutter Style Wood Blinds feature extra-large, beveled slats for the elegant look of a shutter and a superior view to the outside when open. Rich, warm Wood Blinds are among the most environmentally sound, energy-efficient window coverings available.
How to measure
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For Color Tapes add 20% to base price.
Cloth Tapes Cloth tapes or Fabric Tapes are decorative accents that cover rout holes to increase privacy and light control.
Type in the room and window location for this shade. This information will be printed on a label to make it easier to match the shade with its window.
Minimum blind width: 12"
Minimum blind height: 18"
Maximum blind width: 96"
Maximum blind height: 120"
Standard Rout Holes
NoHoles - Privacy
Choose NoHoles to increase your privacy and light-control levels. A patented design eliminates rout holes in slats to protect your privacy in bedrooms and bathrooms and block light in home offices and media rooms. Eliminating rout holes reduces visual distraction for a cleaner look. Standard on 2" Northern Heights™ Wood Blinds with cordless lift.
Attractive 2 1/2" valance features a clean, simple profile. Standard valance makes a great finishing touch for Wood and Faux Wood Blinds alike.
The clean, simple profile of this 3 1/2" wood valance adds a classy finishing touch without drawing attention away from your blinds.
This 4 1/2" wood valance features attractively contoured lines that complement virtually any molding style.
Use multiple shades on one headrail to accommodate wide windows or patio door that can't be covered by a single window treatment. A single headrail makes installation easier and adds a unified look to up to three independently operable window treatments.
Hold Down brackets are used to secure the bottom of the blinds.
Extension brackets are used for convenient mounting to extend blind from wall to avoid obstacles such as window sill.