Dual roller blinds
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Reverse pleat curtains
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Faux wooden venetian blinds
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Frequently asked questions
Do you have a measuring and installation service?
We think you’re clever enough to manage that. We have step by step guides to help too. Besides, our DIY measure and installation model is part of what makes our products so affordable.
Is it best to fit blinds inside or outside the window frame?
If there’s enough depth within the window recess to fit the blind (see our measuring guide) then an inside fit is a clean and tidy solution; just be aware on very small windows this means the blind will obstruct some of the view. An outside fit (when combined with back rolling operation) is better for not letting in light or cold air as it creates a better seal over the entire window and frame.
How do I install fixtures for my curtains or blinds?
Read our install guides for curtains and blinds here.
Can I install my curtains or blinds without drilling holes in my walls?
To make sure your curtains or blinds are installed securely, we recommend screwing these into the wall surrounding the window or the window architraves.
Can I install my curtains or blinds on my own or do I need a professional?
Yes, you can easily find the right fit and install these yourself with our easy measure and install guide.
How do I install my curtains or blinds?
See our step-by-step guide that will make assembling your products quick and easy. You can find it here.
How do I measure my windows for curtains or blinds?
Finding the right measurements is often a challenge, so we created a guide to make it easier for you. This guide is tailored to help you measure every window accurately, regardless of the product. You can find it here.
What is the gap between the blind and the window frame for an inside fit roller blind?
Our inside fit roller blinds has an approximate gap of 17mm on the control side and about 13mm on the pin side of the blind. if you are concerned about too much light coming through we suggesting opting for a Honeycomb blind as these have a 5mm gap of each side of the blind which blockout more light coming through the sides of the blind.