Why choose custom-made light filter honeycomb blinds
- Made to fit your window exactly
- Your choice of colour
- Easy to install
- Excellent insulation
- Regulate temperature and block light
- Great for darkening bedrooms
- 20mm cell suits bigger windows
- Classic look, innovative function
Backed by a 3 year manufacturer’s warranty
Frequently asked questions
Why are they called honeycomb blinds?
Because when you look side on at the blind, it has a distinct shape like a honeycomb. From the front, however, the blind has uniformed pleats with subtle horizontal lines. They are sometimes also called cellular blinds or shades
What type of honeycomb blind should I choose?
Honeycomb blinds are a good choice for just about any room of the home. To choose the right one, think about how much light and privacy the room needs.
Choose a blockout honeycomb blind for rooms you want to be warmer in winter (and cooler in summer) or rooms you want to be dark at night.
Choose a light filter honeycomb for very sunny windows in street-facing rooms where you want privacy as they are between translucent and opaque.
Sheer honeycomb blinds are good for sunny rooms where privacy is not a concern; they are see through to maintain your view but work to reduce glare from the sun.
What difference does the cell size make?
10mm cells create narrow pleats when lowered; as there are more of them they look better on smaller windows. Our larger cell size, 20mm is a good option for larger windows. We also have double cell honeycomb blinds that join two 10mm cells together; when used on a blockout option this provides the ultimate temperature control.
Can you use honeycomb blinds on the same window as curtains?
Yes, great choice. Either pair a blockout honeycomb blind (for night) under sheer curtains (for day), or use a light filter or sheer honeycomb blind (for day) under a blockout or thermal curtain (for night).
How do I clean honeycomb blinds?
We recommend you dust or wipe them as part of your regular cleaning to stop any build up.
Lower the blind and try vacuuming them on a low setting with a soft brush attachment. You can also use a hairdryer (on a cool setting) to blow through and clear out the inside of the cells. We don’t recommend using water to clean honeycomb blinds in case it causes them to lose their shape, but if you have a stubborn mark, try dabbing at it gently with a damp cloth.