Shades tend to be more affordable than blinds, but prices vary depending on the material of the blinds. For example, aluminum or vinyl tend to be more affordable, while real wood blinds tend to be more pricey. You can also achieve the look of wood with bamboo or composite wood blinds.
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Recently Reviewed Pine Blinds or Shades
We checked out several drapery companies but Shades of Home won our business with their combination of friendly, attentive service and great product range. Their rep was willing to spend as much time as we wanted to make sure we...
I recently purchased curtains and a blind from Eurofab and was very pleased with the product and with the service received. Karen was helpful in the store, providing full information and allowing fabric books to be taken home to make...
We were looking for window treatment for our new build and was refereed to Eurofab by our builder and a few friends. We did check out other companies prior but as soon as we stepped foot into Eurofabs showroom we...