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Our reversible headrail with wand control is easy to install and allows you the flexibility to choose whether to hang your blind with the stack on the left or the right-hand side. Just flip the headrail to your preference.
Our 50mm slats are hugely popular and we can see why. A wide slat is great for a few reasons. When they’re closed, you can appreciate more of that lovely colour and texture with fewer breaks. When they’re open, you’ll get a great view outside with fewer obstructions. And don’t forget, if you want to open them all the way to the top, they’ll roll up to a tiny stack and give you plenty of window to look through as well as easy access for cleaning.
Our back roll option means that your fabric will sit behind the roller tube, just like in all of our images. We set this as our default option because it offers the best protection to our lovely fabrics. It means that the front of the fabric never gets exposed to direct sunlight, keeping it in pristine condition for years and years.
Alternatively, you can choose to have your roller blind front roll. This is usually an aesthetic choice. It means the roller tube will sit behind the fabric, covering more of the components and allowing you to see even more of our lovely colours, textures and patterns. Please be aware though that this option means the front of the fabric will be exposed more often to direct sunlight (any time the blind is not fully down, in fact). Over time this could lead to bleaching of your lovely roller blind. As such, if you have a north facing or exposed window, please think carefully before selecting this option.
Our most popular slat size when it comes to vertical blinds, these louvres look great in larger windows, offering more coverage, more chance to enjoy our stunning fabrics and much fewer gaps between slats. Fewer gaps always mean less light leakage, another string to the 127mm bow.
Choose this option when fitting your blind inside the window recess.When making your blind, we will make a small deduction from the width that you have entered. Don’t worry though, this is just to ensure your blind fits properly and works perfectly within the recess.
In the case of vertical blinds we will also make a small deduction from the drop. This is to lift the fabric away from the sill/floor so your blind hangs beautifully.
There’s no need for you to make any deductions when measuring your recess. We’ll do all that for you to ensure your blind fits perfectly.
Choose this option when fitting your blind outside the window recess.When measuring for your new blind, decide how much you want it to overlap the recess on all 4 sides. We recommend that the blind overlaps the window recess by at least 70mm at the top and 50mm each side. The overlap at the bottom of the blind is a matter of personal choice but if you are measuring for a blind that will come down to the floor allow 10-20mm of clearance.
Choose this option if you are measuring one of your existing blinds.
If you already have a perfectly sized blind and you’d like your new blind to be exactly the same, that’s no problem. Simply measure the width and the drop of your existing blind and we’ll make your new one to your exact specifications. (Please remember to have your blind fully down when measuring the drop.)
If it is a roller blind that you are measuring, you’ll need to measure ‘bracket to bracket’. Take your measurements from the outside of one bracket to the outside of the other.