Faux wood blinds, as the name suggests, are not wooden blinds. These blinds are made of PVC. Polyvinyl chloride makes faux wood blinds less prone to scratching and other damages. Compared to wooden blinds, faux wood blinds are moisture-resistant and can be installed in areas such as above the sink in the kitchen, under the shower, etc.
Wood blinds are generally very costly. But faux wood blinds don’t cost much. Though faux wood blinds offer more options in terms of color and pattern, they do not look as classy as their wooden counterparts. Thick PVC is used in making these Faux wooden blinds. Because of PVC, the faux wood blinds are solid and moisture-resistant
Advantages of Faux Wood Blinds
Durability: Durability is the biggest advantage faux wood offers vis-a-vis wood blinds. Faux wood blinds are made of PVC material and are sturdy and stable. PVC can be used without fear of wear and tear in areas that are moisture prone.
Economical: Wood blinds are costly. But faux wood blinds are economical. The price of faux wood blinds can be significantly lower than wood blinds and this feature makes faux wood blinds affordable to people without deep pockets.
Easy to clean: Unlike wood blinds, faux wood blinds can easily be cleaned of its stains. One has to be careful with the chemicals used in cleaning wood blinds. But faux wood blinds are not as fragile as their wooden counterparts and are very durable.