Horizontal wood blinds are a classic window treatment for any home. In the past, wood blinds had one aesthetic that many clients did not like. Each individual wood slat had punch holes in which the operating cords could run through. These small holes would not only take away from a clean smooth look, but also cause light to shine through these holes even when the blind was in the closed position. Before the only way to cover up these route holes, or punch holes as they’re commonly referred to, was to use cloth tape running up and down the entire blind. However, Hunter Douglas has designed their Parkland Wood Collection to come rout-less in what they are calling their DeLight feature.
This latest project in Miami Beach used both 2″ and 2.5″ Parkland wood blinds with the DeLight feature in a Vivid White. As you can see in the pictures below it gives the home a modern look without taking away from the window heights. Even from the outside the DeLight feature is unmistakably recognizable.
Contact us today for a free estimate and bring the classic wood blind into the 21st century.