For warmth, classic lines and an accent of natural beauty, go with Parkland® Wood Blinds.
Rich, authentic hardwood slats complement any room. Fashioned to create a warm and inviting home, they’re available in a large selection of slat sizes, stylish colors and paint and stain finishes that maintain their lustre over time.
Variable Light Control & View-Through—Parkland blinds provide view-through without having to be raised. Rotate the slats to manage incoming light and privacy.
Large Color Collection—Parkland blinds have a varied color palette of wood stains and solid paint colors (whites, grays and neutral tones) that complement today's cabinetry and furniture styles.
Unique Textures—Options include natural wood grains; a highly textured wire-brushed look that provides a distressed appearance; and a subtle ticking appearance that embellishes natural textures found in our Abachi hardwood slats.
Sustainability—Our basswood and Abachi hardwoods are harvested from responsibly managed forests. For every Parkland blind purchased, Hunter Douglas makes a donation to the Arbor Day Foundation® to support its efforts to plan and preserve trees and the rainforest.
Decorative Tapes—Add a special accent to your window treatments with decorative tapes, available in a variety of colors and patterns.
Advanced Finishing Technology—Parkland blinds receive maximum protection to maintain their beauty.
Room Darkening—Our de-Light™ feature eliminates cord holes and reduces light leaks, blocking 50% more light than a traditional wood blind construction.
1 3/8", 2" or 2 1/2"
7 3/4" to 96"
12" to 120"
Parkland wood cornices are a great addition over any window treatment, especially draperies. With detailed hand craftsmanship in 100% domestic wood, in a selection of styles, heights and decorative options. For more information about our Parkland wood cornices contact your local window treatment specialist.
Hunter Douglas window treatments may be purchased through a window-treatment specialist. Learn how a price is determined.
Request a consultation with your local window-treatment specialist who will work with you to determine your specific needs, considering important factors such as your window shapes and sizes, lighting and privacy preferences, and existing décor to ensure you receive your perfect shade.