There is a wide variety of styles of wooden blinds from bamboo to birch or maple. All of these blinds look great in rooms that already have a natural wood setting such as kitchens, dens, or four season porches.
This style is a horizontal blind with sheer cloth connecting each blind to the next to offer privacy without taking away from the light of the room. Sheer shades are good for rooms that you want to keep more light in such as kitchens, bathrooms, and 4 season porches.
Vertical blind alternatives are very similar to regular vertical blinds but they are seamless, meaning there are no gaps between the slats so it offers more light control then regular vertical blinds.
This style is most often seen over patio doors. Vertical blinds are durable, offer good light control, and are easy to clean.
This style comes in a variety of colors to match just about any décor. Roman shades are made of cloth that is designed to accordion fold as they move up and smooth out as they move down. They are harder to clean than traditional blinds, but some styles can be removed from the window to be washed in the washing machine.