These Cordless Blinds Are Awesome Just Raise Em Up

Dated: 11/27/2018

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Blinds have been a common window treatment for a couple of centuries. And they really haven’t changed that much — until now.

The Home Decorators Collection cordless blinds have no cords or strings to pull. Just raise them up, and then adjust the blinds. Then you can pull the blinds right back down. The pulley system is inside the rail behind the valance. 

The nice thing about being cordless is that these blinds are not a hazard to small kids or even to your parents. 

This is also a moisture-resistant product, so it can hold up to almost anything in the house. They’re great for the bathroom and, if you want to put them outside, you certainly can, like in your garage. 

I also love their embossed wood appearance. 

For a 2-inch faux wood blind, these are the bomb. Find them at The Home Depot.

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Chad Arend

Chad grew up in the Phoenix area, and can't imagine living anywhere else. After working in finance for 6 years, he decided to make the move to real estate in late 2004. Real Estate runs in his family,....

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