Noone likes to struggle to find the answer to a question, so it's a good job we're pretty knowledgeable in all things blinds. The even better thing is that we've decided to share our knowledge in our hub- If it's not here then it's not worth knowing.
Vertical Blinds are a great way to cover a large window and take control over the light entering your home. But with vertical blinds you need to decide if you would like the vanes (the technical name for the vertical strips of fabric) to stack on the left side, right side or split in the middle and bunch evenly on each side.
We get asked a lot about our roller blind brackets, what do they look like, how big are they, what can they do, how can they be installed etc. And in fairness, they are a pretty crucial part of the install process. So in this article, we are going to have an in-depth look at our roller blind brackets, how you can install them and hopefully answer every question you have on them.
We currently live in the age of the internet, things are getting quicker and easier every day and we hardly notice; take Amazon’s One Click for example. A brilliant way for your kids to accidentally order too much loo roll. When you combine that with Amazon Prime you find yourself with a house full of stuff you don’t need and a dangerously low bank balance. It’s amazing, but we love it.
Isn’t the internet a wonderful thing? We can shop online to our heart's content; buying things we don’t need in the middle of the night while watching an egregious amount of cat videos. Now you can even buy made to measure blinds online – wherever and whenever you choose!
Blinds for the bathroom can be a tricky one, we know you want something that still looks great – your new bathroom suite doesn’t deserve to be paired next to something a bit rubbish. So at the same time as they are dealing with the humidity, direct water and overall change in temperature in a bathroom, these blinds still need to look brilliant and compliment the rest of the room.
Aluminium blinds are one of those blinds that over the years is safe to say has been given a bit of a bad rep by only being seen in offices and commercial buildings up and down the country. We think this is a bit unfair as they are a brilliant blind that’s super flexible and can be used across your home, from the smallest, thinnest window right up to the very biggest.
Buying Blinds Online When you think of buying blinds, what comes to mind? Struggling to navigate around DIY stores (IKEA-We're looking at you), going to a high street retailer, having a one-man band to your home? Maybe you've heard about this thing called the internet? It's pretty amazing. And times are changing.
You might have noticed but we have a real passion for blinds. And I mean it, a real passion. We love what we sell, love talking to you all of our customers on the phone or our live web chat and we love seeing customers’ homes once they have been transformed.
If you're looking to cover a UPVC French door, patio door or bifold doors then our range of PerfectFit blinds will work perfectly, but read on to see what else will work on your frame...
If you have a skylight or roof window in your home you may have thought about installing a blind and giving yourself some much-needed shade during the day, or to stop the sun completely in the early morning summer sun. With skylight windows not just found in loft conversions, but on ground floor kitchen extensions too, they are more popular now than ever before.
Firstly, let’s start by defining what a blackout blind is. A Blackout blind is a very popular choice for bedrooms as these are generally a roller blind with fabric attached that blocks 100% of the light. This thick material is what gives these blinds their blackout properties.