I have cats and I get a feeling that they'd destroy cellular shades. We went with faux wood blinds that match our woodwork. A tad pricey but they look really nice, and neither my cat nor my preschooler have broken any. (The cheaper white faux wood blinds, however, have not held up nearly as well.)
This is what we have - faux wood blinds with 2" slats. I'm sure they wipe down easily, but my kitchen window is pretty recessed so I haven't had the motivation to climb up and try.
. At the top, I replaced the 18" long curtain ruffle valence in green/off-white plaid that my MIL had made years ago with one that I made to the same pattern, but in an all-white fabric. The look was fine to begin with, but the white fabric made it seem brighter and cleaner.
The blinds were a compromise -I hate mini blinds and DH doesn't care for curtains. If it were up to just me, I probably would have gone with sheer curtains with a cool embroidery-style pattern since that window doesn't need full privacy screening but does get afternoon sun.
We also have the white faux wood blinds in our various bedrooms and they have held up well, but so far the cats and preschooler in our house can't reach or aren't interested in messing with them.
. Those were off the shelf at one of the big box hardware stores, so not too pricy. The kitchen one had to be custom ordered because of the large window size, so was more costly but worth it.