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Different Products, Similar Look - Meeting Your Design Needs with Less Expensive Products
When designing your room on a budget, many believe they have to sacrifice product look or quality for price. In today’s world of interior designing, new products come out year after year that prove that theory untrue.
“Meeting your design needs may be approachable in multiple ways,” according to the designers at Payless Decor. “Some products offer similar looks but are composed of different materials—each with certain characteristics that will add to any room.
Payless Decor should know how to substitute products for consumers design needs. The company, which carries a wide array of window treatments and blinds, carries both basswood blinds and faux wood blinds that are half the price of the original.
Like the kiln-dried basswood originals, which are sanded and painted or stained, the faux wood window blinds are created with modern manufacturing techniques and composites.
The result is faux wood blinds that look identical to their basswood counterparts, but cost much less. In fact, since the polyvinyl composite of the faux wood withstands changes in environment and temperature, they often make better choices for areas with fluctuating conditions and temperatures-such as bathrooms or kitchens.
Because of the quality of the faux wood blinds, Payless Decor experts find that it often becomes a question of personal choice and needs rather than look or cost.
The experts also agree that in designing window treatments, the distinguishing characteristics are in the details of the design rather than the materials. Both basswood and faux wood blinds come in similar designs and a variety of colors, thus meeting all of your design needs.
To see the similarities of these two types of blinds, visit the Payless Decor Web site and see for yourself.
About the Author: Article by Payless Decor, your premier source for blinds, curtains, shades, and other window treatments.