Collection: Vertical Blinds for Sliding Glass Doors

  • 3 1/2" Woodtone FAUX WOOD PVC Vertical Blinds
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  • 3 1/2" Wood Grain FAUX WOOD PVC Vertical Blinds
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  • 3 1/2" S Shape PVC Vertical Blinds
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  • 3 1/2" Premier Collection FABRIC Vertical Blinds
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  • 3 1/2" Signature PVC Vertical Blinds
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  • 3 1/2 Premier PVC Vertical Blinds
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  • 3 1/2" Classic Curved PVC Smooth Vertical Blinds
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Vertical Blinds for Sliding Glass Doors

Sliding glass doors are essentially long and wide windows that just happen to offer access to your garden. While this design has its benefits, such as allowing plenty of natural light into your kitchen or living room, sliding doors come with privacy issues.

Furthermore, you may not always want a lot of natural light flooding into your room. For example, you may struggle to watch a movie in the living room if the light from your sliding doors reflects onto the screen.

If this is the case, you need window treatments for your sliding doors. At Factory Direct Blinds, we offer the ideal solution with our vertical blinds.

Why Vertical Blinds are the Perfect Choice for Sliding Glass Doors

Do you have a sliding glass door or large window that lets a lot of light into your home? While that’s great for high-traffic areas such as your living room, it’s not so great for privacy and light control.

That’s where vertical blinds come in.

Vertical blinds are the perfect window treatment for sliding glass doors for several reasons:

  • They provide a traditional aesthetic while still giving your home a modern look.
  • Vertical blinds move in the same direction as your doors, which reduces the possibility of entanglements.
  • These types of blinds are easier to clean, with a simple wipe-down often being enough to get rid of dust and grime.
  • You can easily move vertical blinds to access your door while still keeping them drawn to block light coming into the room.

Buy Your Vertical Blinds from Factory Direct Blinds

You’ve measured your window and door, and you’ve decided that vertical blinds are the way to go. Now, you just need to get the right blinds for your home.

Factory Direct Blinds offers a huge range of window treatments for your glass sliding doors. Check out our range of blinds and shades, which are suitable for any room in your house. We also have a convenient vertical blind measuring guide, which helps you to determine what size blinds you need for your sliding door.

FAQs

What blind is best for a sliding door?

Many consider vertical blinds to be the best choice for a sliding glass door or patio door. The reason for this is that vertical blinds open and close in the same direction as the door, making them easier to use. They’re also strong and fairly easy to clean.

Is it better to have horizontal or vertical shades on sliding doors?

The best choice for your window or door is always the blind that suits the style you wish to achieve. However, vertical shades are generally a better option for sliding doors because these window coverings move in the same direction as your doors.

What is the most popular color for vertical blinds?

Lighter colors, such as white and light gray, are the most popular colors for vertical blinds. However, darker blinds offer more light control. As such, your choice comes down to whether you prioritize light control or an airy aesthetic in your room.