Which Blinds Will You Choose?

With so many options for windows, it can be difficult to decide on curtains or blinds or shutters for your home. To help you choose, here are some tips and trends about blinds which could help you find the perfect set.

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Roller Blinds

The most common type of blind because they are easy to install and are often affordably priced, roller blinds come ready-made to fit into your room as a finishing touch for your windows. They come in a huge variety of colours and patterns and can be made to measure to be personalised to your space. They can also be made with a water-resistant finish, making them suitable for use in bathrooms.

Vertical Blinds

Often chosen for larger windows and used in conservatories, vertical blinds are usually a plain colour fabric on each strip of the blind – these hang vertically and are called vanes. It is possible to customise the width and texture of the vanes so that they perfectly suit your windows.

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Venetian Blinds

Made out of wood or metal, Venetian blinds come in a variety of widths and finishes. They can be adjusted to vary the amount of light coming into your rooms, and when pulled up to the top of the window tuck into a neat space so are not hugely noticeable. Often used in home offices or kitchens.

Blinds can fit any space, from sash to casement windows, French doors or conservatories. Once you’ve selected your new windows or doors from suppliers such as https://www.firmfix.co.uk/windows/casement-windows, they can also help you choose the right blinds to install with your new glazing.

Roman Blinds

Seemingly the most decorative style of blind, roman blinds is made from fabric and add a statement finish to windows.

The Daily Mail says that sumptuous fabrics and intricate patterns on blinds tie into the trend for romantic Moroccan schemes in interiors this autumn.

Roman blinds draw up in folds and leave part of the fabric visible at the top of a window, so a decorative statement is always visible. They are often used in conjunction with curtains and in rooms such as living rooms and bedrooms, where they may be lined with blackout material.

If you pair the right blind with the right new windows, you can be confident you’ll have a room decorated with style and flair.