Blinds. Tuesday , August 14th , 2018 - 21:50:04 PM
So what are matchstick blinds? These are window coverings (blinds) that consist of a number of horizontally set smooth, uniform bamboo wood sticks. These blinds get their name because the bamboo sticks that are used are rounded just like matchsticks. However there can be some with rough, irregular sticks but those should be taken as more of an exception than a norm. These days Matchsticks blinds are also available in natural wood materials other than bamboo. These are rattan, jute and other woods woven together with naturally occurring grass.
Price: You must also think of the cost of the window blind. And it is very important for you to set your budget before you go for shopping. Remember the price of the blinds depend on different factors. These include: size, brand, material, design and shipping. But if you want then you can save your money by buying your blinds online. By surfing the internet you will find that there are many online companies offering different types of window blinds for cheap prices. Online shopping is very easy and safe.
Let us talk innovation now. Matchstick blinds work magic on their own, but if you need something extra for your room, try using them along with other drapes, curtains and even shades. When used in the right combination, it can make your room look really sophisticated and also be everybody’s envy. And if you are the artistic kind, nothing like it; you can personalize your very own matchstick blinds. You can add a design with a stencil or hand or spray paint it according to whatever theme that your room may be complying to. You can even use your favorite colors or the dominant color of your room to create a theme. If you are using it in your child’s bedroom, draw fun characters and shapes or use pastel colors to give it a light kiddie look.
Colour: You can find many colours in blinds. But selecting your right colour you must consider the decor of your room. You must also consider your furniture colour and must select a colour scheme by mixing and matching various types of colours.