Skip to content
  • Southampton: 01489 575507
  • Emworth: 01243 389922
  • Southampton: 01489 575507
  • Emworth: 01243 389922

Wood Weave Blinds

A contemporary product using some of the most ancient materials of all, wood weave blinds bring a natural warmth and style to all kinds of domestic interiors and really look stunning.

Wood weaves are becoming one of the most popular blind products in the UK thanks to that natural warmth and the feeling of quality they exude. Manufactured in a wide range of woods such as bamboo as well as other natural materials including grass, wood weaves can fit in almost anywhere and really help bring the outside in, especially complimenting windows looking out onto your garden or other natural spaces.

Functioning in a similar way to Roman blinds wood weaves fold up snug to the top of the window providing that contemporary clean look, contrasted by the earthy tones and textures of the materials themselves.

Based in Hampshire and West Sussex we provide installations of wood weave blinds throughout London and the South East, guaranteeing the highest quality products and services that come from over 40 years of experience in the industry, with Douglas Knight just a few of the benefits include;

  • Great selection of styles, woods and stains
  • Quality manufacture to international standards
  • A full 2 year guarantee
  • Free home visit and advice with samples
  • Free measuring up service
  • Free fittings for a perfect finish

A great alternative to the soft contemporary Roman blinds look that also brings the beauty of natural materials and textures into your home, wood weave blinds make for a striking window feature that compliments a wide range of interior spaces.

To learn more about wood weave blinds and the many choices available, drop into our Hampshire or West Sussex shops from across the Southampton, Emsworth, Portsmouth, Eastleigh, Winchester, Salisbury, Bournemouth, Chichester, Gosport, Bognor Regis, Andover and Fareham areas, or contact us to arrange a site visit anywhere in the South East.

Back to Top