Wooden kitchen blinds are a great choice for home developers and interior designers. Wood will always be an important accent to home design. But for the kitchen, deploying wooden blinds is a risky investment. The results might be dramatic. It does not just give you control over the amount of sunlight into the kitchen; it also gives a neutral mood to the room, fit for cooking and eating. But natural wood easily distorts especially when exposed to frequent sunlight and consistent moisture in the air. Warping of wood often gives wooden kitchen blinds a dull look over time.
But not all wood goes that way. Woven wood blinds are usually made of wood and fabric that work hand-in-hand. The most common material used when it comes to woven wood blinds is bamboo. The bamboo is known among Asians as a material that is very versatile and useful.
It gives the room a tropical environment in a discreet way while setting a cool and cozy atmosphere. Aside from the bamboo, the reeds and the jutes are also often used for woven wood blinds. They’re simplistic and primitive yet naturally down to earth, making them perfect for a kitchen and many other rooms for that matter.
A lot of other materials have also emerged to counterpart the wood in woven wood blinds mixing it with different fabrics. Some fabrics are even designed to resist mold to go along with the damp nature of the kitchen. Commonly used materials now days also are man-made wood to withstand warping and achieve a look closer to natural wood. These usually come cheaper than authentic wood. All these give birth to new trends in the production of woven wood blinds. And yet, they never fail to bring out the casual, earthy atmosphere of the blinds.