In a traditional UK home, there aren’t many rooms that will not enjoy the benefits afforded to them by wooden blinds. Even for spaces that experience high levels of humidity - utility rooms and bathrooms for example - a faux wooden choice is capable of demonstrating a classical window style while simultaneously withstanding moisture.
Wooden blinds’ classic design comes with a variety of benefits. Made from an arrangement of horizontal wooden slats all linked together using a pulley cord system, this type of blind can be completely raised with the slats gathering at the very top or they can be lowered and then rotated to provide privacy and to block out sunlight. The sturdy, thick nature of real wood and faux wood means each slat within the blind will inhibit outlines and shadows. This provides for the ultimate in terms of privacy.
It should also be noted that real wood and faux wood blinds are highly durable. Yes, the materials used in construction are lightweight, but still, these types of blinds are hard wearing, and they’ll do well at standing up to the test of time.