Available in many popular paints and stain colors. Slat is the standard size in the market, which in turn will provide the best price in Steve’s Wood Blind Collection. 2” wood is recommended for any room of the home as it is one of our most popular products. Customize your blinds by adding motorization, twill tapes, multiple shades on one headrail or routless (No Holes)..
Available in 9 popular colors. The larger 2 ½” slat also provides a plantation shutter look for a fraction of the price. Steve’s price includes a decorative, vintage, color-coordinated valance. Customize your blinds by adding motorization, multiple shades on one headrail, routless (No Holes). The maximum width for one blind is 96" wide. The maximum width for multiple blinds is 96". The maximum height is 120"..
Ideal for larger windows and added depth. You get a greater view through the window due to the increased slat spacing and less stack. There is a large color selection designed to coordinate with furniture, flooring, cabinetry, and other wood accents in your home.
This is the most complete stain collection available in the marketplace. The specially selected stains and wood grains of this collection are designed to harmonize with any furnishings, any space, or any style. From maple to cherry to pecan tones, this collection has it all!
Also, the paint colors are designed to complement finishes in your home from crown molding to window frames. Levolor painstakingly prepares each slat with multiple coats of the highest quality paints to ensure the blind resists scratching and keeps its new look.
Resistance to Slat Warpage: Better
Performance in High Humidity: Good
Resistance to UV Fading: Best
Lift Weight* (36” x 60”): Best (5 lbs)
*Weight of slats and bottomrail only. This weight does not include valance, headrail or conponentry weight as these are stationary when the blind is raised/lowered.
You can keep your Levolor blinds looking their best by periodically wiping them with a soft cloth, a dusting mitt, or the brush attachment on your vacuum cleaner. You can clean the blind hanging in place or you can take it down. By tilting the slats down, but not closed, you will be able to clean most of the top surface of each slat. Do not use water, solvents, or abrasive solutions as it will cause damage to the blind not covered under warranty.