Confused about the different types of blinds? Check out our guide below.
To find the perfect way to dress your windows, have a look at our extensive range of blinds. Blinds are available in a myriad of different styles, fabrics and sizes. Most blind retailers will customise the blind of your choice to suit your windows. From blockout to sunscreen fabrics, from drop down to sliding blinds, there is an option for every home builder and renovator.
Known for their excellent insulating quality, Honeycomb blinds combine style with practicality. The cellular design of Honeycomb blinds allows pockets of air to be captured which act as an insulator.
Panel Glides have a unique design whereby the fabric panels can be stacked neatly behind one another. Draw them closed by the right or left or the centre. Ideal for large windows or even as a room divider, Panel Glides are available in a range of fabrics including blockout or transparent options.
For a blind option with minimal gaps, pleated blinds offer superior light control. Stacking away neatly when not in use, pleated blinds offer an interesting window covering choice with their texture.
Roller Blinds offer that minimal, clean and sleek look seen in many modern homes. The beauty of the roller blind is that they can be used in so many different ways and are available in a range of different fabric options. Blockout roller blinds, sunscreen and light filtering roller blinds, dual roller blinds. Roller blinds are also available with the option to have a manual or motorised operation.
Roman blinds are a single panel that lies flat when extended but pulls up into a group of neat horizontal pleats. They provide great texture but are lighter than typical drapery and they allow easy control of the amount of light you want to block out.
Looking for a blind option that offers that neat and ordered look, then venetian blinds might be just what you’re after. They are an affordable choice of window treatment that features horizontal slats that control light by being tilted either up or down.
Unlike typical blinds, vertical blinds are a series of vertical slats that run top to bottom rather than left to right. Vertical blinds are often used to help give height to rooms if they have low ceilings. They are easy to clean and maintain and offer superior control of light and privacy.