By Céline Tubbs. Blinds Parts. Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 00:16:39 AM.
You probably already know what a window blind is and that it provides a decorative and sometimes affordable way to control the natural lighting in a room. You also most likely also know that blinds come in various colors, sizes and materials and can be customized to your taste. But what are the parts of a window blind and how do they work? Let's start at the top and work to the bottom.
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.
Vertical blinds offer a wide range of great qualities, as well as color and decor options to suit the unique taste of every customer. There are lots of options that you can choose from when you're on the hunt for the perfect window dressing. Of course, part of your choice depends largely on your room theme, while the other lies in your budget. To gain a better understanding of this wonderful home addition, here are the various vertical blinds parts and how they work:
Rod. The first part of the vertical blind is the rod. This part is the horizontal bar that holds the vertical bar and allows you to adjust the blinds. Cord. The cord, the string hung from the top of the vertical window blinds, is the part that lets you adjust vertical window blind's height.
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