{hunter douglas country woods wood blinds at hirshfield’s}


Add character, charm and a touch of country to your home with Country Woods Wood Blinds from Hunter Douglas, available at Hirshfield’s. Crafted from the finest North American hardwoods, including genuine oak and cherry, these wood blinds add warmth to any room.

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TopShield™ II finish: This Hunter Douglas exclusive finish will protect your wood blinds from everyday wear including fading, moisture, chemicals and scratching.

Wood grain quality: The presence of distinguished markings, grain patterns and natural color variations are part of the unique features that enhance the beauty of the blind and confirm the authenticity of the wood.

De-light™: An optional feature, de-light is a routless design reducing light leaks and increasing privacy.

Upgradable features: For additional design options, decorative tapes and valances are available.

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Operating systems: Choose from our standard system with lift cord or our optional enhanced LiteRise® cordless safety system.

Motorization: The optional PowerTilt™ with Platinum™ Technology battery operated motorized tilt system tilts wood slats from across the room.

Specialty shapes: Many specialty shaped windows can be covered with either fixed slats or moveable slat styles.

For more information on Hunter Douglas Country Woods Wood Blinds and the other window treatment options available at Hirshfield’s, click here.

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Hirshfield’s is your local Minneapolis-St. Paul paint retailer. The paint experts at Hirshfield’s are here to help you with everything from window-treatments to paint colors. Hirshfield’s manufactures paint right here in Minneapolis.

2 Responses to “{hunter douglas country woods wood blinds at hirshfield’s}”

  1. {window treatment wednesday: treat your cabin} | Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] Wood blinds are another popular option for the cabin. “Leaving them down in the open position gives a cozy feeling with some privacy,” says Larson. “The tilt reflects the sun and then closes for a good night’s sleep.” […]

  2. {window treatment wednesday: the layering effect} | Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] the Midwest, we see a combination of honeycomb shades or wood blinds with either decorative side panels or top treatments, such as fabric valances or […]


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