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Hunter Douglas Vertical Blinds


Vertical Blinds are Perfect Patio Door Treatment

Vertical blind for patio doorHunter Douglas Fabric and PVC vertical blinds have been one of the most popular patio door solutions. Verticals can stack to the side opposite the operable sliding glass door with a one-way draw or stack to both sides on 9' patio doors with the center door being operable.  Either way, vertical blinds provide privacy and light control.

Hunter Douglas Vertical blind colors & textures

An amazing array of colors and textures at affordable price.

Louvering vertical slats create their own pattern and texture when opened to various levels, but the range of available colors and textures in this versatile window treatment can't be overlooked!

Wand operated, vertical blinds can make your room feel like it had a ceiling lift. Light can be easily redirected or blocked almost completely, offering both room darkening and privacy.

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More vertical treatment ideas for windows and sliding glass doors


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Tall vertical blinds can make your room feel like it had a ceiling lift!

Somner vertical blinds by Hunter Douglas

Ideal for wide window expanses and sliding glass doors

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  • Fabric, vinyl and aluminum styles
  • Wide range of colors, textures and patterns
  • Ideal for applications from sliding glass doors to bay windows
  • Slat sizes:  3 1/2"
  • GreenGuard Certified
  • Excellent UV protection

Hunter Douglas Vertical Solutions

Hunter Douglas Vertical SollutionsContemporary Vertical Solutions® Vertical Blinds are an economical assortment of verticals offered in 3 ½" styles, patterns and colors. Available in fabric and vinyl.

Vertical Blind Features & Benefits

  • Perfect for large windows and patio doors.
  • UV protection Protect your furniture, flooring and artwork from fading with at least 75% protection from harmful UV rays.
  • Absorb Sound. Improve your room’s acoustics while reducing the intensity of outside sound. It starts at the windows.