Our team is excited to be back processing orders and making blinds again. See our guides page to help you measure and install your blinds yourself in your home.
Making sure you get the right blinds the first time shouldn’t be difficult. That’s why we’ve put this guide together. Because, while the size of your window certainly has a role to play when it comes to which blinds are best; things like their location and the lifestyle you want should really be two of your most important considerations.
Whether your windows are large, small, in the kitchen or your bedroom, check out our suggestions below or get started today with a set of free samples.
Chances are that your living room has a mix of large and small windows or at least one large one – especially if you have a bifold door or ranch slider that leads out to the backyard. Nothing’s worse than no shade from the sun, even on the sunniest days, so we’ve got a few recommendations in mind.
Perfect for covering ranch sliders and doors, they let you control the amount of privacy and coming in and out with ease. You can adjust them to maintain your view, and you can cover large areas of glass with one blind.
Great on any window, choosing rollers let you pick from dozens of fabrics in sunscreen, light filter, or blockout options. But as a tip, for ranch sliders and full-length windows it’s worth dividing its total length by two or three, or lining up your measurements with individual panes of glass, so you can get a few smaller blinds you can operate independently. That way you can control the amount of light coming in, and get in and out without needing to operate one massive blind.
Whether it’s for large or small windows, opting for a sunscreen or light filter fabric behind any of our blockout fabrics means you can still make the most of your north facing windows without compromising privacy – or your upholstery.
Perhaps the most unique blinds we offer, honeycombs are great if you live somewhere that experiences particularly cold winters and hot summers (just about anywhere in New Zealand). That’s because their cellular structure can help regulate your room’s temperature by slowing the movement of air in and out of your home – similar to double glazing.
We’ve put these rooms together because they both experience similar conditions: steam, moisture and humidity. They’re also home to small and medium-sized windows – unless showering in front of a floor-to-ceiling window is your thing.
Venetian blinds are your best bet here, and we’ve got a few options that will work depending on your style:
The best blinds for your bedroom depend on a couple of things: the amount of privacy you need and the level of warmth you’re after.
As we mentioned earlier, roller blinds or honeycombs are able to completely block the sun and honeycombs can help regulate your room’s temperature. With plenty of options when it comes to fabric colour and thermal capability, they’re your best options in the bedroom. But which is the best outright? Let’s take a look.
To improve the thermal ability of roller blinds you can choose inside mounts so they hang closer to the window (where the cold gets in). We touched on this in more detail in a previous blog.
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