Sure, wooden blinds are pricier compared to other materials like PVC or aluminum blinds. They are also less likely to be mass produced which means they won’t always be found at the closets store and we maybe have to order or even custom made them, but in the end, they’ll more than likely worth the trouble.
A combination of aesthetic appeal and versatility
There are many types of woods to use, but timber is probably superior, at least when it comes to a price/quality ratio. When we are talking about various styles, the options are once again endless. Those blinds can also be stained which allow the wood’s natural patterns to pop out. The size of the slats can also vary which will not only allow the buyer to create compatibility with the style of the room but the window’s as well.
Wood also has another advantage, it will give more privacy than plastic or metal blinds would. A wood blind will be thick enough that it won’t let through much light which means that the shadows (of people and objects) will remain hidden. On top of that, those blinds will almost certainly be lighter as well, which is another factor that can be important for some people.
The last but not least important aspect is maintenance. Most types of woods will be easier to clean than many artificial materials. Usually a simple cleaning will do the job and we won’t even have to take them off.