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Stock Plantation Faux Wood Blinds

Starting at:  $27.97
• Plantation Faux Wood lets you enjoy all the beauty of wood at an affordable cost
• Durable, warp-resistant slats are ideal for any room, especially high-humidity and high-traffic areas
• Width can be trimmed for free while you shop, exclusively at Lowe's
• Available in 3 finishes; fits windows 18"-72" wide and up to 72" tall
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Stock Faux Wood Blinds











*Pecan and Walnut also available in Vertical Vanes.



Cut to Width In Store For Free

LEVOLOR stock blinds and shades can be custom cut in store by an associate, so you can get a better fit, light control and privacy.

The Look of Real Wood

Plantation Faux Wood Blinds offer all the beauty of real wood at a fraction of the cost. Durable, warp resistant slats make this product a great choice for any room, especially spaces with high humidity or a lot of routine wear and tear. LEVOLOR'S exclusive room-darkening LightMaster™ feature increases privacy and light control. Coordinating colors and finishes are now available in Vertical blinds to help you create the perfect look.



No-holes design increases privacy and light control.



Headrails are constructed out of durable, long lasting aluminum instead of plastic.


Increased Privacy

Cord tilt provides tighter closure and increased privacy.


Additional Features:

  • Cut to width while you shop
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Available Sizes:

  • Width: 18 in. to 72 in.
  • Height: up to 72 in.
  • Can be shortened at home.

How to Measure

Measure For Inside Mounting

Measuring For Inside Mount Wood Blinds

Find Width:

Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" between inside surfaces of window frame at the top, middle, and bottom, and use the narrowest width. Do not make any width deductions. Factory will make the appropriate deductions.

Find Height:

Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" from inside surface at top of window to sill at the left, middle and right and use the longest height. If you prefer blind not to touch sill, deduct 1/4". If there is no sill, measure height to point where blind is to reach.

Standard Factory Adjustments From Ordered Width
  Custom Order Stock
Headrail 1/2" 1/2"
Blind Width 1/2" 1/2"
Valance 1/8" 1/2"

Measure For Outside Mounting

Measuring For Outside Mount Wood Blinds

Find Width:

Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" between the outermost points where the blind is to be placed. For optimum light control, this measurement should extend 3/4" beyond the window opening on each side (or 1-1/2" for the entire width).

Find Height:

Measure exact distance to the nearest 1/8" from where top of blind will be located to top of sill. If there is no sill or if blind is to overlap window frame, measure to point blind is to reach.

Allow Some Overlap

For outside mount applications allow the blind to overlap 1-1/2" to 3" on the sides, top and bottom of the window.

You must add the overlap to your measurement; LEVOLOR does not add width or height for overlap on Outside Mounted blinds.

Standard Factory Adjustments From Ordered Width
  Custom Order Stock
Headrail 1/2" No adjustment
Blind Width No adjustment No adjustment
Valance 1" added No adjustment

Critical Dimensions

NOTE: Whether you have a protruding or flush mount application is entirely dependent on the available depth of your window.


Minimum Mounting Surface

  Headrail Dimensions
(Height x Depth)
"X" Measurement
Headrail Protrudes
(Side, Back or Top Mount)
"Y" Measurement
Headrail Flush Mount
"Y" Measurement
Valance Flush Mount
1" Slat Size 1" x 1-1/2" 1/2" 1-3/4" 2-5/8"
2" Slat Size 1-1/2" x 2-1/4" 3/4" 2-1/2" 3-1/2"
2-1/2" Slat Size 1-1/2" x 2-1/4" 1-1/4" 3" 3-1/2"

How to Install Stock Wood Blinds


Before you begin your installation:

Read all installation instructions!

  • Make sure that you have all tools and hardware needed for installation.
  • Check the installation surface (wall, ceiling, or window frame) to ensure that you have suitable fasteners and tools for the material.
  • Double check the headrail and blinds for proper width and length. If you are installing several sets of blinds, be sure to match them with the appropriate window.
  • Check the parts list shipped with the product to confirm that you have the correct number of brackets.

Inside Mount Installation Video


Outside Mount Installation Video


Width Up to 37 in. 37 in. to 47 in. Greater than 47 in.
A. Box Bracket (Left and Right) 2 2 2
B. Support Bracket 0 1 1
C. Valance Clip 2 2 3
D. Bottomrail Endcap* 2 2 2
E. Hold-down Bracket** 2 2 2
F. #5 Screw x 3/4 in.** 4 4 4
G. #6 Screw x 1 1/4 in. 5 7 7

*Not Required for Real Wood. **Not required for Real Wood or Cordless Faux Wood


1. Tools You May Need (not included):

  • Tape Measure
  • Pencil
  • Flat-blade or Philips Head Screwdriver
  • Drill with Bits

2. Unpacking the Parts

Remove these parts packed in the headrail. Quantity varies with blind size.


2. Bracket Placement

Left Bracket / Right Bracket

Inside Mount

Outside Mount


4. Valance Clips & Wand


Snap together where applicable.


5. Finishing Up

IF APPLICABLE: Hold-down Brackets

LEVOLOR Corded Wood Blinds Shortening Instructions


Read all installation instructions!

The following are instructions to shorten LEVOLOR Stock corded wood blinds.


Necessary Tools:

  • Scissors
  • Screwdriver
  • Tweezers or Pliers

Step 1

Install and lower the blind fully.

Step 2

Select the slat that is even with the window sill or slightly below it.

Step 3

Count 2 slats below the slat that is even with your window sill and cut both ladder cords directly below the slat (repeat for all sets of ladders).

NOTE: The ladder cord is the braided cord; be careful not to cut any other cords.

Step 4

Cut both lift cords approximately 6 in. below the new bottom slat (repeat for all sets of lift cords).

Remove the bottom two slats.

Step 5

Pry all plugs from the bottom rail.

Step 6

Use tweezers or needle nose pliers to remove all knotted ends of the lift cord from the bottom rail slots.

Insert the bottom rail through all the ladder cords below your new bottom slat.

Step 7

Pull the lift cord out of the last loop on the ladder cord below the bottom rail (repeat for all lift cords).

Step 8

Insert the lift cord into the front (or back) side of the bottom rail (repeat for all lift cords).

Pull the lift cords through the bottom hole (repeat for all lift cords).

Tie each pair of lift cords together and add an extra knot for security.

Step 9

Trim the excess lift and ladder cords (repeat for all lift and ladder cords).

Stuff any remaining ladder cords into the bottomrail and reinsert the plugs seating the cords in the plug notches (repeat for all ladder cords).


Now enjoy your PERFECTLY sized blinds from LEVOLOR!

Stock Plantation Faux Wood Blinds is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lasting and Beautiful I had these blinds installed in my new home about 7.5 years ago. They have not warped and have required little to no cleaning or dusting. I had dogs in the home for 3 years and have now had 3 families live in the house since turning it into a rental property and the blinds still look brand new. My boyfriend has another brand of similar faux wood blinds that were installed in his home in the same year. For his blinds, 3 of the 5 sets have competely warped. Also, cleaning them is a nightmare. Dust sticks to the faux wood grain and is almost impossible to wipe clean from the grooves. Since moving in together, we are replacing his blinds with this set from Levolor since I had such success with mine. I rarely write reviews, and dont know much about the valence issue in the other review (mine had no problems and look great...maybe his were defective) but felt the 2-star average does not do these blinds justice, overall. Glad I was lucky to find a good product my first time around, so I will stick with this brand as long as the product quality is sustained!
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Valence is not right Blinds themselves look good. Valene has to be put in upside-down to cover. Valence should also be slightly wider than the blinds, not just by an eighth of an inch!
Date published: 2017-01-23
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