Getting the right dressings for your windows can be a tricky business with some even stumbling on the blinds or curtains hurdle. If you’ve settled on blinds then this is a quick guide to the different types that many people choose between.
These are very popular blinds that quite a few people end up going for. They are constructed from horizontal slates attached to one another and that can be rotated so they can be completely closed, completely open or any gradient in between. They can also be pulled up to let in even more natural light if needed.
These are probably the most attractive of all of the blinds as they can look like drapes when lowered so people won’t necessarily know that they are actually blinds. They also look pleasing when up as they form horizontal folds that can help frame a window.
These are becoming increasingly popular in both the home and the work place as they can either be drawn across the window to let in no light or varying degrees of light or they can be pulled back to the sides to let in all light, uninterrupted by material.
They are highly practical and long lasting and great in kitchens or bathrooms where they can be fully lowered for privacy or they can be rolled completely up for cleaning or to let the maximum amount of light in.
Once you’ve decided on the type of blinds you would like in what room it is then time to decide on material for which you can choose fabric, metal, wood, or even PVC/vinyl blinds! For household use, however, fabric is the most common but if you have windows on a busy road you may even like to consider wooden ones.
If you would like some blinds for your house then why not get in contact with Mulberry Blinds who will come out and talk through all the options available in the comfort of your own home.
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