We ordered blinds for our bay window and they were very quickly made and delivered to the exact specifications supplied. They are very nice and I must say, very cheap. Happy with quality too.
Choose from a selection of shapes to finish off your roller blinds. Straight edges, wavy edges or stylish poles complete the look - or add turrets or ached shapes. Our roller blinds suit many individual styles.
We have a range of blackout fabrics, the answer to blocking light in bedrooms. Matching your roller blind to a vertical blind is also possible on selected fabrics. We have four price bands within the range and fabrics include polyester, jacquards, plains and patterned.
Watch our roller blind 31sec product video.
When choosing your new roller blind, in addition to selecting a shade to complement your existing colour scheme, you may wish to include a design feature. Our range of roller blinds are also available with optional co-ordinated braids that we can pipe around the edge of the shape and across the top of the weight bar.
Please note we only supply one set of the appropriate brackets per blind dependant on your order request.
Roller Blind Left & right hand side view
Mounted on a aluminium barrel.
With stitched pocket containing weight bar.
Colour featured (Acacia Blue).
Shape number 6 with chrome pole optional.
Buying roller 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.
Shapes straight, wavy or pole
Minimum width 15cm
Minimum drop 20cm
Maximum width: please see individual fabric listings
Maximum drop: please see individual fabric listings
With each fabric listing is the details for whether it can be turned, and its maximum and minimum width and drop
We have one fabric, Acacia, that can be joined by way of a horizontal join to give a width of 300cm and drop of 300cm.
Please email us if you require the fabric turned or joined.
32mm Ø diameter aluminium barrel generally, for a width under 2m
40mm Ø diameter aluminium barrel generally, for a width between 2 and 3m (all fabrics marked with *)
45mm Ø diameter aluminium barrel generally, for a width between 2 and 3m (all fabrics NOT marked with *)
Universal top fix, face fix, side fix brackets
White controller/brown controller and brackets.
Same room option
Inside or outside recess
Please note that you will lose a small amount of fabric from each end of a roller blind, 1cm off the pin end and 2.5cm off the controller end, to allow for operation.
Reduce cloth width:
If you are measuring for a roller blind for a kitchen or bathroom that is half tiled, as long as the step is no more than 1cm each side you do not need to make allowances for the tiles. If the step is more than 1cm you will need to reduce the width to allow for the fabric to travel past the tiles. As a guide, the fabric width is reduced by 3.6 cm from the width given. Just remember that if you order as recess then we deduct 1cm from width, if ordered as exact the roller blind will be made to your exact dimensions, in all cases will include the brackets at ends. Take that into consideration when calculating the fabric width. Allow a little extra for clearance.
Increase cloth width:
If you need a certain fabric width to give glass coverage you will need to add to the width the fabric lost due to brackets, this will depend on the brackets supplied governed by the total blind width see below. But remember you must have sufficient space to fit the blind as you would have increased the width. This would be useful if you are fitting a roller blind on a backdoor keeping the fabric behind the door handle when the blind is drawn down but still giving you maximum glass coverage.
EXACT FABRIC WIDTH & FINISHED BLIND SIZE
If you need a certain fabric width you need to allow extra for the brackets/controls,
As all roller blinds are manufactured including the brackets. Within the width measurements you provide. (SEE BELOW)
Up to 2m Barrel diameter is 32mm add 3.6cm for brackets and controller.
2mt to 3.0m Barrel diameter is 40mm add 4.0cm for brackets and controller.
2mt to 3.0m Barrel diameter is 45mm add 3.6cm for brackets and controller.
This information is provided to help you allow for a certain fabric width required. If the blind is going inside a recess then please insure you have the extra space to fit the blind.
Remember in all cases we manufacture roller blinds to your measurements provided including brackets.
How much fabric width is lost to allow for brackets & controls?
Up to 2m Barrel diameter is 32mm = fabric lost 3.6cm for brackets / controller.
2mt to 3.0m Barrel diameter is 40mm = fabric lost 4.0cm for brackets /controller.
2mt to 3.0mt Barrel diameter is 45mm = fabric lost 3.6cm for brackets /controller.
Depth of bracket and controler top fix or face fix
32mm Ø diameter barrel face fix 6.2cm for a width under 2m
32mm Ø diameter barrel top fix 4.9cm for a width under 2m
40mm Ø diameter barrel face fix 6.8cm for widths between 2 and 3.0m
40mm Ø diameter barrel Top Fix 7.3cm for widths between 2 and 3.0m
45mm Ø diameter barrel top fix 8.1cm for widths between 2 and 3.0m
45mm Ø diameter barrel face fix 8.3cm for widths between 2 and 3.0m
Ordered as BLIND SIZE (EXACT) blind made to your exact width given, will include brackets at ends.
Ordered as RECESS (INSIDE MOUNT) we deduct 0.5cm from the width given, will include brackets at ends.
Face fix bracket depth 32mm Ø barrel for a width under 2m (62mm) blind attached.
Face fix bracket depth 40mm Ø barrel for a width between 2 and 3.0m (71mm) blind attached.
Face fix bracket depth 45mm Ø barrel for a width between 2 and 3.0m (83mm) blind attached.
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 patterns.
Polyester fabrics do not stretch and have a high resistance to abrasion.
The fibre does not absorb moisture readily.
Stitchbonds are non-woven, the warp and weft are simply laid on each other and bonded and secured with a running stitch.
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.