Give Your Home the Gift of Unbelievably Affordable Window Treatments This Christmas

Refresh your outdated old window treatments this holiday season with top-of-the-line (but not over-your-budget) options from Blinds.com.

Entryway with two windows outfitted with faux wood blinds from Blinds.com photo

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2" Faux Wood Blind

The real-wood look doesn't have to come at a real-wood price. These faux wood blinds feature moisture-resistant slats that can withstand both heat and humidity, so they're a great choice for kitchens and bathrooms alike. The fully customizable blinds come with your choice of a premium stain finish or solid painted colors, as well as complementing cloth tapes for a timelessly stylish look.
Buy It: From $20; blinds.com

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Kitchen or dining room with windows outfitted with premium roman shades from Blinds.com photo

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Premium Roman Shade

Sure, you can go all-out on high-priced custom shades—or you can shop these equally stylish Roman Shades for a fraction of the price. We love dressing up a neutral room with a striking pattern, as shown in the photo above, but if you prefer a more understated look these shades are available in a variety of solid colors and subtle prints, too.
Buy It: From $84; blinds.com

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Sitting room with composite shutters from Blinds.com photo

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Composite Shutter

Composite Shutters are the world's best-selling shutters for a reason: they're affordable, endlessly customizable, and even eco-friendly. Blinds.com treats them with a hard coating, so they're more durable than traditional shutters, but available for a lower cost than natural wood. An advanced UV inhibitor helps protect the Composite Shutters from fading, warping, yellowing, denting, or damaging from moisture, making these shutters are a low-cost investment you'll be enjoying for years to come.
Buy It: From $130; blinds.com

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Bedroom with blue classic blackout cellular shades photo

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Classic Blackout Cellular Shade

For rooms in need of total darkness, blackout cellular shades are a great option and start at only $43 apiece. The fully customizable blinds come with your choice of a premium stain finish or solid painted colors, as well as complementing cloth tapes for a timelessly stylish look. In addition to customizing their look, you can also choose single, double, or triple cell thickness for maximum darkness and insulation.
Buy It: From $43; blinds.com

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Sitting room with glass doors outfitted with cordless blinds from Blinds.com photo

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1" Cordless Mini Blind

For large windows or French doors, we recommend these cordless blinds. They come with a baked-on enamel finish that fights fading and repels dust for minimal maintenance—plus, the concealed snap-in brackets make installation a breeze. Since these cordless blinds are made with lightweight aluminum, operating them is easy and smooth, no fumbling necessary.
Buy It: From $26; blinds.com

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Dining room with dark woven wood shades from Blinds.com photo

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Woven Wood Shade

For a bold, ultra-modern look try these woven wood shades, available in unique textures like Brisbane Twig, Martinique Sugarcane, and Capri Ivory. In addition to choosing your favorite pattern, you can add a privacy liner or blackout liner so your shades are as functional as they are stylish. And since they start at only $31, you can give your whole room a fresh new look at a reasonable price.
Buy It: From $31; blinds.com

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