Wood blinds are a beautiful accent to any window and style of d?cor. These very attractive blinds are slightly more expensive than the regular blinds but then end results are well worth it. Wood blinds are available in almost any shade of wood possible including some not so traditional colors such as: green, blue, orange, yellow, red, and white. When wood is stained and varnished it becomes so beautiful anything that is made from it will be absolutely gorgeous. Wood blinds go with almost anything from antiques to very contemporary furnishings. It is a look that does now and always will represent quality and taste. You can purchase wood blinds at any home improvement store such as Home Depot, Rona's, Builders Square, Beaver Lumber, Building Box and Sears Home Furnishings. There are specialty stores that deal with just blinds and custom fittings for window treatments. Wood blinds add a feeling of warmth and coziness to the home. To get the right shade of blinds you may wish to match it up with the crown molding already existing in your home. If you don't have any wood trims in your home existing already you may create your color scheme without it. Wood blinds have been very popular in the warmer, tropical climates and add that special touch to the d?cor. Wood just happens to go with just about everything, and can make even the dullest room look very special. These blinds as any other add a special clean, crisp look and are easy to maintain. To clean wood blinds you may choose to do any number of things, some of the ways to clean take little or no effort. You may dust with your favorite furniture polish, Murphy's Oil Soap or just plain soap and water. This may be done whenever necessary. The pricing of wood blinds may vary from store to store or from one city to the next. For a wood blind about 27 inches by 64 inches in a walnut stain without varnish may run approximately sixty dollars. When you get into the more unusual colors of stain there will be a fluctuation in the cost. These type of blinds have become so popular that they may continue to be a trend for decades to come. Some trends such as window dressings have a longer time to stick around than say styles of a sofa or fabrics. The styles for windows have changed a great deal since the 1940's but like other trends they have a tendency to come back around again at a later time. However some people do not like blinds unless there are drapes over them. The wood blinds look very chic with sheers over them, and add more depth to the room. The overall expense of the wood blinds in comparison to any other, only adds to pennies when you think of the finished product. You will actually save money if you decide to change the color of the room because your new blinds will go with everything.