Sunday, 18 September 2016

Which Blinds To Choose For Your Home

The range of blinds on offer can sometimes feel overwhelming. Each type of blind has a distinct set of advantages. Read this helpful guide to find out more.

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Motorised Roller Blinds

These blinds are incredibly child-safe because they do away with the need for cords and pulleys.  The absence of cords and pulleys removes the risk of children being choked. Roller blinds in Perth are able to retain heat as well as preventing glare.

Double Rollers

As the name suggests, double rollers consist of two blinds. The first thin layer can be used to let sunlight into the house during the day, whilst the heavier second blind can be used to give privacy by obstructing the view from the outside.

Westral do roller blinds in Perth which have this doubled design.

Linked Blinds

Linked blinds are incredibly convenient and can save a large amount of time and effort. Two different blinds can be linked to the same electric controller and will respond in exactly the same way.

Pelmets

Pelmets are decorative fixtures which can be put above blinds. Choose pelmets which have intricate decorations on them as they will instantly add a touch of style to the room.

Venetian Blinds

Venetian blinds are lightweight enough to allow lots of natural light to pass into the house whilst maintaining a high level of privacy. There is a wide range of styles to choose from, so select a colour and a width which suits the layout of the rest of the room.

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Panel Blinds

Panel blinds act as screens to block the view of a room from the outside. The separate panels can be easily pulled with a handrail. Panel blinds are made a range of soft fabrics which are easy to clean. These blinds can act as a room divider which will allow people to have privacy from other people in the same space. These blinds are excellent at retaining heat.

Honeycomb Blinds

Honeycomb blinds are extremely stylish and have minimal light gaps in order to block out as much outside light as possible. The design of honeycomb blinds means that they are able to retain lots of heat and block out lots of noise at the same time.

Timber Blinds

Wooden blinds are becoming increasingly fashionable. These blinds can give a room an incredibly natural look. Timber blinds made from regrown or reused wood is an eco-friendly choice when it comes to selecting blinds.

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Sunscreen Blinds

Sunlight can cause walls and furniture to fade. Too much sunlight can also create a glare which may be uncomfortable for people sitting in the room. These blinds can block out up to 85% of the sun’s heat and 99% of damaging UV rays. Consider putting these blinds up during the hottest summer months.

Sunscreen blinds are available in a wide range of different colours which will complement the rest of the room.

There are many different blinds to suit a wide range of needs. Why not buy one today?

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