The Best Outdoor Blinds for Patio Doors

Sep 10th

Outdoor blinds – Patio doors often have large panels of glass, or they may be sliding glass doors that let in plenty of light and allow you to see the beauty of the outdoors. However, there may be times when you want more privacy, or you need to darken the room. A number of blinds work well on the patio doors.

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Wood outdoor blinds, if you prefer horizontal blinds, consider wood. The thicker, heavier material will not be easily broken or bent when you open and close the blind. It will also resist damage from the door opening and closing frequently. The Blinds.com website says that if your patio doors are sliding doors, install two sets of wooden outdoor blinds of the two sections of the door will make access to it easier. Wood blinds are a good choice for sliding glass doors because they block a lot of light and create privacy but still let some light through.

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Bamboo outdoor blinds let in more light than wood, but disperse the light better and provide even more privacy. Most bamboo blinds come in roller shade style, which uses a single sheet of woven bamboo and rolls up when you want your patio doors open. According to Apartment Therapy, bamboo outdoor blinds prevent heat or glare from direct sunlight, but will not completely darken a room. They are not as robust as wood or aluminum outdoor blinds, so you need to take more care to avoid damaging them.

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