With summer now approaching its the perfect time to re-decorate your outside living area. With bamboo outside blinds you will be able to totally change the look and feel of your entertaining and living area. Plus theyll also be perfect to keep out the sun, wind and rain.
Bamboo outside blinds come in a wide range of colors and can be purchased in a variety of sizes to suit most areas. If you do have an unusual sized area you can also get some blinds custom made to suit your exact measurements.
Theres two distinct style of bamboo outside blinds that you can use. If you have an open pergola and want to cover the sides, roof to floor, the best option would be roll up blinds. These are a tightly weaved bamboo screen which rolls from the bottom up. They are very neat and can be quite hidden away up the top when not in use. These roll up style can come in up to 8ft long and 10ft wide in standard purchased blinds but you can also get larger custom made ones if needed.
The other style is bamboo venation blinds. These would be more suitable for smaller window sized areas. The extra advantage of the venation style bamboo outside blinds is that you can have them lowered but open to still allow some light and airflow through.
The roll style of bamboo outside blinds have been used for centuries and the good news is that its incredibly easy to install them. All you have to do is screw in your hooks and then just hang the blind header on the hooks. The Venetian style of bamboo outside blinds take a little extra to install but with the step by step instructions they can be put up in quite a short time by anyone.
If your looking to purchase a set of these blinds they can normally be found at most outdoor living stores. They range in quality and price but just because your buying the most expensive ones doesnt mean you getting the best quality. If your not going to have them down and exposed to the weather much theres a good chance you wont need to have the highest quality. The sun and rain can put your blinds to very harsh treatment so if you do use them most of the time for protection against the weather Id highly recommend going for the best quality that you can afford.