Collection: Small Door Window Blinds

  • 3/8" Budget Double Cell Light Filtering Cordless
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 3/8
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  • 3/8 Single Cell Light Filtering Top Down Bottom Up
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 3/8 Single Cell Light Filtering Top Down Bottom Up
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  • 7/16 Double Cell Light Filtering shades
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 7/16 Double Cell Light Filtering shades
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  • 3/8" Single Cellular Shade - Budget, Light Filtering, Cordless
    Cellular Shades and Blinds, Parent 3/8
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Small Door Window Blinds

Although you might think that blinds are only for the windows in your home, they're also necessary for your doors if they have even a small glass section. They ensure your privacy, look great, and upgrade the overall look of your entrance door and foyer.

However, you might be baffled when choosing blinds for small front door windows. How long should they be? Won't they clutter your entrance? How much should your spend on them? Do you really need them?

These are all valid questions that might perplex you, so the following sections will present you with some of the best choices for small door window blinds.

The best options for small door windows are mini blinds or faux wood blinds. They're lightweight, durable, and easy to clean but provide enough coverage to keep your interior private and safe. With these blinds, you can decide how much sunlight you want to let in by adjusting their position.

If you need blinds for a door with a small window and want complete coverage, consider cellular shades. In addition to offering excellent light control and insulating properties, they protect your interior from harmful UV rays. And because they're easily customizable, you can still use less transparent materials to keep your hallway or room bright.

Small door windows might be located higher on the door, but your pets and children could still reach for their cords and hurt themselves. In that case, try cordless blinds. Cordless blinds are available in most styles today. But if you don't find ones to your taste, you can always create your own custom blinds.

Small window blinds for doors might require less material than regular blinds, but they can still cost you more than anticipated. Your solution, in this case, is to search for budget blinds. Most sellers like Factory Direct Blinds have a cost-effective collection of blinds to fit your budget.

Visit Factory Direct Blinds to view their extensive selection of blinds for windows and doors.

FAQs

What size of blinds for small windows by entrance door?

The blinds on your small entrance door windows have to be outside mounted. That's because door windows have no depth and aren't suitable for an inside mount. Thus, you just need to measure your small door windows as you usually would for an outside mount (width and length at three points), and you'll have the size of your blinds.

What blinds can I put on a door?

You can put various blinds on your door, from vertical blinds to roller blinds. Your final decision depends on the size of your door window and your preferences.

What are mini blinds called?

Mini blinds are also called aluminum blinds because that is the material typically used. Another frequent material used for mini blinds is vinyl. But you can occasionally find them in wood as well.