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2" Super Value Wood Blinds

The affordable option for people who want the classic appearance of large wood blinds in their homes. Constructed using high-quality wood and durable metal components, these window treatments are available in 6 of our most popular colors. These blinds are available for custom fitting on windows up to 72″ wide and 96″ high.

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Retail Price:$39.87Instant Savings:$-9.96
Blindster's Price:$29.91
Production Time: Approximately 1-2 Business Days.
Shipping Time: Approximately 1-5 Business Days.

Product ColorsFor true color comparison please order a FREE sample.

White V700
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Eggshell V703
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Off White V701
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Cherry V712
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Golden Oak V709
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  • Value priced 2" real wood blinds
  • Real wood is the best natural insulator among horizontal blinds 
  • Top quality kiln-dried basswood is both lightweight and durable
  • Constructed with durable metal components
  • Special multi-coat finish process includes a UV inhibitor to protect finish
  • 3" crown molded valance included
  • 72" wide by 96" long maximum size
  • No options are available for this blind
  • Conforms with C.P.S.C. child safety guidelines
  • 60 day satisfaction guarantee
  • Limited lifetime warranty


  • Cord tilt only
  • 3" crown molded valance
  • Standard controls only - lift cord right/tilt cord left
  • 2" x 2 1/4" metal headrail
  • 2" x 1/2" contoured bottomrail
  • Clear plastic valance clips
  • Color coordinated wood tassels
  • Minimum width: 16" net
  • Maximum with: 72"
  • Minimum height: 12"
  • Maximum height: 96"
  • Maximum cord control length is 48"
  • Minimum depth for inside mount: 1 1/8"
  • Depth required for flush mount: 3"
  • Minimum flat space required for outside mount: 2 1/4"
  • Outside mount valance returns: 2 7/8"

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No options are available for this blind.

Measure & Install InstructionsBack to top

How to Measure Wood Blinds

Inside Mount

  • Mounted within the window frame
  • Provides a clean, built-in look
  • Great way to leave attractive woodwork exposed
  • Depth required for flush inside mount: 1 3/4"
  • Minimum depth required for inside mount: 1"
  • If window frame isn't deep enough, please select outside mount

Outside Mount

  • Great option when there is not enough depth for an inside mount
  • Mounted to the wall, ceiling or molding surface surrounding the window
  • Often used to make the window appear larger or to hide a less attractive window or door
  • No minimum depth requirement
  • Minimum flat surface (on wall, ceiling or frame) required for secure mount: 1 1/2" (1" blinds), 2 1/2" (2" & 2-1/2" blinds). Be sure to take into account the flat mounting surface area when measuring the area you want to cover with your blind.

Measuring for Inside Mount

STEP 1: Measure the inside width at 3 locations - the top, middle and bottom. Record the smallest of the 3 measurements. This is your ordering width. We will make the necessary deductions (approx. 1/2").

STEP 2: Measure the height at 3 locations - the left side, middle and right side. Record the largest of the 3 measurements. This is your ordering height.

Measuring for Outside Mount

STEP 1: Measure the width of the area you wish to cover. If space allows we recommend adding 2-3" (1-1 1/2" each side) to this measurement to help eliminate light seepage. This is your ordering width and will be the overall measurement of the blind (valance will be approx. 3/4" wider than blind).

STEP 2: Measure the height of the area you wish to cover. This is your ordering height. You need 11/2" to 2 1/2" of flat space for your mounting brackets (varies by blind, the specifications page gives the exact flat space needed for mounting each type of blind). The factory will make your shade (including the headrail) to the width and height ordered. Generally 3" - 4" added to the height of your opening (including molding or framework you wish to cover) will allow you room to mount above the window frame.

How to Install Wood Blinds

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