Wooden strip curtain 50mm, with strip ladder
White 50mm strip with black ribbon
50mm white chest with black ribbon
Wooden strip curtain
50mm strip color selection
25mm Basswood and Bamboo
Timberlux 25mm, 35mm and 50mm
Wooden strip curtain with LUX 25mm strips to be installed on the window frame
Wooden strip curtains
When using a wooden strip curtain in the interior, two flies are caught with one blow – the desired openings are covered and the room is given a new, more luxurious look.
We offer custom-made wooden strip curtains with strip widths of 25mm, 35mm and 50mm. The selection includes curtains made of lime wood and bamboo strips stained or painted in different shades. In addition, it is possible to order Fauxwood and Timberlux wooden strip curtains from us, and the most demanding customer should be able to find a suitable color or stain. . Wooden strip curtains are suitable for installation on both the wall and the ceiling. There is also a special mounting structure for attaching the curtains directly to the window frame between the glass slats. Curtains attached to the window frame can be equipped with cold guide ropes that hold the curtain in place on the window frame. Both rod-cord control and cord-cord control can be used to control wooden curtains . If desired, it is possible to order curtains with electric drive.
When ordering a wooden strip curtain, it must be taken into account that due to the thickness of the curtain strips, the raised curtain stack is quite high. This is especially important when installing the curtain in front of the opening on the wall in places where it is desired that the door or window can pass freely under the curtain when the curtain is raised.
As wooden strip curtains are a product made of natural material, it must be taken into account that the product may bend the curtain strips depending on the humidity of the room. Bending of the strips can occur especially in dry-warm rooms where the humidity percentage is 25 or even lower. A curtain is considered to be defective if, in the case of open strips, a deformation of 2/3 or more of the distance between the strips is visible, or in the case of closed strips, a spot is visible between the curtain strips in a direct view.