One of the most versatile styles in our blinds range, the Venetian blind comes in a number of different materials depending on the look you want to create for your home. Offering a simple and stylish appearance, they boast great functionality as well as complete control over the levels of light you require.
You can even customize the size of the slats to suit your specifications or even to match existing blinds. Aluminium or wooden blinds are the most popular materials for this durable style.
As a neat and tidy alternative to curtains, vertical blinds are practical and allow you to choose the filtering of light for your room, leaving you in control. With bigger windows, you might find you need more shade to keep the room cool, or just prevent glare in your living room. Our vertical blinds are perfect for this, whether they are installed in a conservatory, office or even your kitchen.
This is a versatile and sophisticated style which is easy to clean or wipe down without any hassle, and our wide range of this particularly durable blind style create a sharp and attractive look.
Black-Out Roller Blinds
The benefits of this particular style are right there in the name. A black out blind allows you to create a wholly dark space that’s perfect for bedrooms and living rooms. The special material will block out excess light to avoid glare to give you a good night of sleep.
Having a black out blind helps you create a different dynamic and space in your home, whatever your design needs are. The materials we use are also great when considering the heat regulation of your rooms.
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Now available made to measure, at ready-made prices. Made up to any size required and simply charged to the next ready-made size up.
Available in 14 fabulous colours with 3 inch heading tape or Eyelet.
Measuring Tip: If you already have net curtains, we recommend you measure from the window sill to the top of the rod/wire and then add on 1cm.
So for example if it measures 115cm from your window sill to the top of the wire, we recommend you enter: Window Height 116cm. Or if measuring in inches add 1/2 inch above the wire, so for example if it measures 45 inches from the window sill to the top of the wire enter: Window Height 45.5 inches.