You can find blinds in pretty much every home, and for good reason. They help you control sunlight exposure into your home but also the level of privacy at any given moment. All blinds have this standard functionality, pretty much regardless of the kind that you get. However, there are some very unique benefits of getting your blinds in between the glass panels versus just handing them on the outside of your door or window. Let’s compare.
Traditional door blinds hang on your doors glass frame on the outside of the glass on the interior of your home. They are exposed, which causes some hassle that you may not have considered before.
- They’re loud.
Opening and shutting your door becomes annoying because the blinds swing out and bang against the door.
- They’re messy.
Because they keep swinging back and forth banging against things, they get tangled up, parts break or get damaged, making them an eye sore and to lose functionality.
- They get dusty.
Have you ever tried to dust off blinds? It’s not easy and a real pain when trying to keep your home clean.
- Not kid / pet friendly.
Children and pets can damage the blinds. Or worse, the blinds can become a safety hazard.
Overall, traditional blinds are not a great experience for homeowners. That’s why we’ve focused on alternatives that still get your the functionality and look that you need while eliminating all of these problems that are experienced with traditional blinds. To combat these issues, we’ve taken the blinds and placed them in between the glass panels on your door / window. By enclosing the blinds in-between the glass, we’ve essentially eliminated all the pain points of using traditional blinds.
ODL Add-On Blinds
ODL Add-On Blinds is a set of blinds that are attached to a piece of glass and frame that can be secured overtop of your existing door glass. So instead of your blinds being exposed on your door, the blinds are now sealed between an outer panel of glass and the glass that is in your door.
This solution takes less than 20 minutes to install on your door. The installation only involves a screwdriver to install the brackets onto your door frame and the Add-On Blinds will hangup instantly, giving you all the benefits of blinds between glass. Now that you have Add-On Blinds, you’ll eliminate all those hassles of traditional blinds. No more loud bangs from opening and closing your door. No more cleaning. And no more safety concerns for children or pets.
Plus, if you hurry, you can save 15% on Add-On Blinds for limited time.
ODL Enclosed Blinds
ODL Enclosed Blinds is a door glass insert that can be installed into your existing door. You can either replace an existing panel of glass or cut a hole in your door and install the glass into your door. The glass insert is a double pane glass that has a set of blinds in-between the two glass panels. This means the blinds are sealed inside the glass, so they are not exposed which eliminates all of the pain points experienced with traditional blinds.
Enclosed Blinds are a more elegant solution than Add-On Blinds. The Add-On units slightly stick off your door because you are adding it on top of your door instead of installing it into your door. The Enclosed Blinds become flush with the door, just like any door that has a glass insert.
This solution takes less than an hour to install on your door. Now that you have blinds between glass, you’ll eliminate all those hassles of traditional blinds. No more loud bangs from opening and closing your door. No more cleaning. And no more safety concerns for children or pets.
Blink | Blinds + Glass
Blink | Blinds + Glass is a blinds between glass insert that is customized to fit inside a sliding glass patio door. With Blink, you can now get the blinds in between glass benefits on your sliding doors! Eliminate the traditional blinds or even the vertical blinds that are normally used with sliders. Blink | Blinds + Glass has to be custom ordered to get the exact size you need for your sliding patio door.
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