By Jane Knutson. Blinds Parts. Published at Monday, August 06th, 2018 - 20:49:04 PM.
First and foremost, probably one of the most important blind accessories is a cleat or a cord holdfast. A cleat can be a plastic or metal object with two projecting horns to which cords may be fastened by winding the cord around the horns, to keep them from slipping. A cord holdfast as the name depicts is used to hold the cords "fast" by winding the cord around a peg which is normally angled at about 45 degrees. So that when a blind, for example a venetian blind, is pulled up, the cords can be secured to the cleat or holdfast to prevent the blind from coming down.
It's not all bad, though. If you're going for a specific look, there are plenty of options to choose from. For example, you could choose your blinds by wood, colour or stain. This is great for those homeowners looking for blinds to complement the existing look of their, say, living room.
Tilt Control. This allows you to control the tilting function. Connected to the tilt control is a long rod that lets the blind be titled open or shut out. When tilted open, the blinds will reveal the gaps between the slats and when shut out, it offers total privacy.
Cloth curtains can also double as patio blinds. Sometimes they are used by themselves, and often they are used over vertical or french blinds. They are placed on a curtain rod and can be accompanied by a valance. Users will tie them back during the day and close them fully when they want privacy. While many use them for their aesthetic appeal, they can be just as practical as the vertical blind. The curtain rod allows for cloth curtains to be slid to one side, great for use with sliding glass and french doors alike.
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