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Pleated blinds are suitable for any room in the house, but are especially ideal for conservatories, giving a warm glow. Most of our fabrics have aluminium SRC sun reflective coatings to help control the room temperature. Pleated free-hang blinds are operated on a cord lock system that fold away to a very small stack. Available in 20mm pleats we have three price bands, and fabrics include polyester, jacquard, weaves and plains.
Watch our pleated blind 23sec product video.
Please note we only supply one set of the appropriate brackets per blind dependant on your order request.
Pleated freehang blind
20mm aluminium head/base rail
With cord lock
Buying pleated blinds couldn't be easier - simply follow the steps here.
Don't forget, our blinds are delivered free to UK mainland if you spend over £149.00 and come with a comprehensive 12-month guarantee. All items are packaged to a high standard to ensure quality of goods upon delivery.
Ordered as BLIND SIZE (EXACT) blind made to your exact width and drop given, will include brackets at ends, for blinds with end fixings.
Ordered as RECESS (INSIDE MOUNT) we deduct 10mm from the width given, will include brackets at ends, for blinds with end fixings.
Sun protection (SRC) scale 3-7. The higher the number,the greater the level of protection.
The SRC fabrics are aluminium coated on the reverse, to give thermal properties.
Note* blackout fabrics provide 100% light block properties, the fabric needs to be supported and controlled within the blind with nylon cord, small holes are punched through the fabric to provide the cord support this will allow a degree of light to blead through the blind. The images and video provided on this page show the cord hole positions.
Blinds within a bay or side by side:
With our manufacturing process we can provide a horizontal pattern match, but we do not “wallpaper match” side by side or centre patters.
Polyester fabrics do not stretch and have a high resistance to abrasion.
The fibre does not absorb moisture readily.
Jacquards are constructed on special looms creating intricate woven fabrics allowing for the option of combining different coloured yarns. Generally more expensive than simple woven fabrics.