A new study by Graber has produced a new light control option that brings more light into the room. By inverting the slat on aluminum horizontal blinds, the sunlight is reflected farther into the room. If you are a commercial customer, ask Blind Designs about these options!


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Spring Valley, CA 91977

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Green Building By Blind Designs

Blind Designs prides itself on choosing to be a green company in every aspect:

     • Any cardboard from packaging materials that we use is recycled.

     • We are working toward LEED certification.

     • We comply with all specifications of Green Building Co.

     • Blind Designs believes in sustainable design.

We work with eco-friendly companies who value the earth as much as we do such as Hunter Douglas, who, for more than 60 years, has been creating and offering natural and appealing ways to harness heat and light. Hunter Douglas is committed to lowering its energy usage and implementing other changes that will ultimately reduce its carbon footprint by 20 percent. Like Blind Designs, its overriding goal, though, is to help customers everywhere save energy the natural way by effectively channeling and exploiting the natural power of the sun.

Another green-conscious company Blind Designs works closely with is Graber, which produces high-quality window coverings with an eco-friendly manufacturing process. For example, in the past 10 years, 43 million pounds of industrial waste generated in one of its facilities have been recycled and diverted from landfills.

Blind Designs implements green practices wherever possible, and we extend this to our clients with a selection of eco-friendly products. In fact, all window coverings are inherently green, in that they block solar heat gain and reduce UV transmission.

Blind Designs is proud to carry shade fabrics that comply with the oeko-tex standards. The Oeko-Tex® label indicates to interested end users the additional benefits of tested safety for skin-friendly clothing and other textiles. In this way, the test label provides an important decision-making tool when purchasing textiles.