A type of Persian Venetian Blind was discovered by
Venetian traders who introduced them to Venice, and then to Paris
in the 15th century. Then John Webster, a merchant from London, was
the trailblazer in production of Venetian Blinds in the United States
in 1767. Venetian Blinds were the window covering of choice at Independence
Hall in Philadelphia, when the Declaration of Independence was signed!
Later, John Hampson, of New Orleans, designed a method to adjust the
angle of the slats in 1841. We today offer a great diversity of Venetian
Blinds from Metalic, Synthetic, Fabric and Wooden, with varying widths
of slats, and in an impressive colour range
Save with simple, low everyday prices.