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Faux Wood and Composite Blinds

The warmth of real wood delivered to rooms that require a humidity-resistant solution. These easy-to-clean blinds are engineered to prevent warping, fading, cracking, and peeling—ideal for kitchens, laundry rooms, bathrooms, or any other high-humidity area.
Manufacturer: Graber
Vendor: Graber

Choosing Between Composite and Faux Wood Blinds

Faux wood blinds come with either solid color slats or with patterns that closely mimic the grain of real wood. Made from PVC for fire- and moisture-resistance, faux wood blinds combine natural wood beauty with modern engineering.

Lighter weight and with wider ladder spacing than faux wood blinds, Graber Composite Blinds withstand the highest humidity and share a color palette with Graber Composite Shutters for a whole home solution.

Choosing Between Composite and Faux Wood Blinds

Faux wood blinds come with either solid color slats or with patterns that closely mimic the grain of real wood. Made from PVC for fire- and moisture-resistance, faux wood blinds combine natural wood beauty with modern engineering.

Lighter weight and with wider ladder spacing than faux wood blinds, Graber Composite Blinds withstand the highest humidity and share a color palette with Graber Composite Shutters for a whole home solution.

Products specifications
Attribute name Attribute value
STYLES

Superior solutions for when you want the look of real wood blinds but the needs of your space require a moisture-resistant alternative

Traditions® Composite Blinds

Moisture-resistant, polymer composite 2" and 2½" slats with superior strength and available with a smooth finish

Lake Forest® Faux Wood Blinds

Moisture-resistant, durable, solid or wood-grain patterned PVC available in 2” and 2½” slats 

CONTROL TYPES

Experience effortless, convenient window treatment control. Cordless options are the safer choice for homes with children and pets.

Wand Tilt

Instead of cords, a single, slender wand comes color-coordinated with your blind; available with cord lift or cordless lift

Cord Tilt

Easy-to-operate, the durable cord tilt allows you to open or close slats with a simple pull; available with cord lift or cordless lift

Motorized Tilt

Provides easy operation of hard to reach or large blinds with the touch of a button; available with cord lift 

LIGHT / PRIVACY

Take control of your space with options that offer additional light blocking and privacy.

NoHoles™

For maximum privacy and light control, route holes on each slat are eliminated so less light slips through

Cloth Tapes

Strips of colorful fabric align with the route holes on each slat, protecting privacy, and allowing less light to slip through.

Products specifications
Attribute name Attribute value
STYLES

Superior solutions for when you want the look of real wood blinds but the needs of your space require a moisture-resistant alternative

Traditions® Composite Blinds

Moisture-resistant, polymer composite 2" and 2½" slats with superior strength and available with a smooth finish

Lake Forest® Faux Wood Blinds

Moisture-resistant, durable, solid or wood-grain patterned PVC available in 2” and 2½” slats 

CONTROL TYPES

Experience effortless, convenient window treatment control. Cordless options are the safer choice for homes with children and pets.

Wand Tilt

Instead of cords, a single, slender wand comes color-coordinated with your blind; available with cord lift or cordless lift

Cord Tilt

Easy-to-operate, the durable cord tilt allows you to open or close slats with a simple pull; available with cord lift or cordless lift

Motorized Tilt

Provides easy operation of hard to reach or large blinds with the touch of a button; available with cord lift 

LIGHT / PRIVACY

Take control of your space with options that offer additional light blocking and privacy.

NoHoles™

For maximum privacy and light control, route holes on each slat are eliminated so less light slips through

Cloth Tapes

Strips of colorful fabric align with the route holes on each slat, protecting privacy, and allowing less light to slip through.