Blinds have become a staple in every household. It’s almost a necessity in order to control your home’s privacy. Blinds are easy to install and come in all sorts of sizes, shapes, colors, and applications for you to get the perfect look depending on the window you’re working on. However, there has been a big miss in the blinds market. The problem with blinds is that they don’t really work on doors. Any door that has a window in it could benefit from blinds, but when you put blinds on a door, you run into all sorts of annoying problems.
That’s why you’ve gotta see how great these Enclosed Blinds are. ODL literally took traditional blinds and built them inside glass panels for your door. The outcome is incredible. Here are the top 6 reasons why you should consider upgrading your door with blinds between glass.
No More Slamming
When you hang traditional blinds on a door, the blinds are free to swing back and forth every time you open and shut your door. That means every time you want to use your entryway, you get the not-so-pleasent sound of blinds banging up against your door. Do that enough times and you might be able to get use to the loud noise. But in reality, you’re more likely to start breaking pieces off your blinds, tangling the strings, and causing them to not work properly.
When your blinds are secured in-between the glass panels, you no longer have that issue. The blinds are not flying around on their own slamming into anything. They stay in place, safe and quiet.
No More Cleaning
Have you ever tried to clean off blinds? It’s near impossible. The good news is that with Blinds Between Glass, the blinds are sealed inside the glass panels which means dust never touches them. They are protected from the dirt and debris from the outside world so you never have to worry about cleaning off the blinds again. Plus, you’ll have easy access to clean the window on your door without having to maneuver around blinds.
No More Strings
The blinds that are sandwiched inside the glass are not operated with traditional strings. Instead, you get a mechanism on the side of the glass panel that allows you to raise, lower, and tilt your blinds just by moving it up or down. Eliminating strings means less maintenance trying to untangle them or fix them when they break. It’s also safer for pets and children to not have accessible strings around.
Privacy On Demand
Just like traditional blinds, you can raise these blinds all the way up and get them completely out of site. But right when you want privacy, just lower them into position for the correct amount of privacy whenever you need it. Tilt the blinds for managing the volume of sunlight. Everything you’d expect with traditional blinds, but quicker, easier, and cleaner.
Made For Any Entryway
Enclosed Blinds are designed to be added to nearly any entryway for your home using your existing door. That means you don’t have to replace the entire door to get blinds between glass. If you have glass in your door today, you can pop that old glass out and insert a new Blinds Between Glass insert (or use Add-On Blinds to your existing glass). If your door does not have glass in it today, you can easily cut an opening into your door to make room for the new insert. Both projects take less than an hour and completely transform the look of your home all while adding natural sunlight to your entryway without sacrificing privacy.
DIY Your Enclosed Blinds
Like to DIY projects? Enclosed Blinds are DIY friendly. Most can tackle this project themselves in less than an hour.
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