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Kolsva Collection

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The KOLSVA COLLECTION blinds are made from superior timber slats are finished to a very high standard. The blinds come with matching wood pelmets, acorns and bottom rails to a great coordinated style that will look fabulous in any room in your home.

Kolsva Deluxe Collection

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KOLSVA DELUXE blinds are the same product as the standard Kolsva collection but with lovely decorative ladder tapes that create a really stylish look at the window. Finished with matching wood pelmets, acorns and bottom rails to complete the look.

Kalmar Collection

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The KALMAR COLLECTION is a simple and stylish collection of wood in a great range of wood looks including oak, cedar, and maple to name but a few. Pick from trendy white and piano black to stylish warn wood tones – perfect for all styles from traditional to modern.

Kalmar Deluxe Collection

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KALMAR DELUXE blinds have the same great wood looks and colours at the Kalmar collection but come with a stylish coordinating linen look tape that is a trendy look for wood blinds

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What are Faux Wood / PVC Wooden Blinds?

Faux Wood Venetian Blinds are one of the most popular type of Wooden Blinds. They are made from durable PVC that looks just like Real Wood, but with the added benefit of being both more affordable and 100% waterproof.

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How much do Wooden Blinds Cost?

The cost of made to measure Wooden Blinds will vary due to the type of material used, Faux Wood, or Real Wood. For an average window measuring 120cm x 120cm, you should expect to pay around £50 to £65 for a Faux Wood blind and £63 to £78 for a Real Wood Blind.

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Which Faux Wood Blinds are the best?

Faux Wood Blinds are generally available in a range of different colours, slat sizes and finishes. The most popular slat size is the 50mm slat. The different colours, slat sizes and finishes will not affect the functionality of your blind so it is just a matter of personal preference.

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How to Clean Wooden Blinds?

The first step to cleaning your Wooden Blinds is to draw the slats into the closed position. You will then need to simply use a feather duster to remove any dust from the slats. If you have a Faux Wood Blinds, you are able to take it a step further and wipe with a wet cloth, using warm or cold water.

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