Many people think of horizontal blinds when they hear the word “blinds,” but vertical blinds are actually a more effective way to cover certain windows in your home. Because their vanes hang vertically, these blinds work well in windows that open to the side and in wide windows where horizontal blinds large enough to cover them would be too large to hang or adjust properly.
Today, there are numerous types of vertical blinds, which makes it easy to incorporate them into any room in your home. Here are some of the Hunter Douglas blinds that hang vertically:
Cadence® – The vanes in these unique vertical blinds each have a curve in them, making them look like the soft folds of fabric draperies.
Somner® – Somner® vertical blinds offer the widest variety of colors and patterns and come in vinyl, aluminum, or fabric.
Vertical Solutions® – There is no need to buy pre-made vertical blinds, even if you are decorating on a budget. Vertical Solutions window treatments give you the ability to create custom vertical blinds while still keeping an eye on your bottom line.
Skyline® Gliding Window Panels – This beautiful vertical blind option consists of wide panels of fabric that glide effortlessly across a top track to cover, or uncover, the view outside and provide privacy and light control.
For all of your window treatment needs, visit the MK Window Treatments showroom in Cos Cob, Connecticut. We proudly service Greenwich, Stamford, Westchester County, and Fairfield County.