Vertical blinds have long, vertically hanging, individual slats, which allow the blind to cover a large area. This makes them ideal for larger windows with long drops, or doorways. These blinds are practical because they offer a huge range of light and privacy control as well as UV protection and they also collect less dust than horizontal blinds. They are also less likely to be damaged in strong winds, have anti-static properties and are as popular today as they’ve ever been.
How to install Vertical Blinds?
Vertical Blinds can be recess fitted, allowing the blinds to be installed inside the window frame or on the architrave bordering the window, or face fitted, allowing you to fully stack back the blades. If there is space either side of the window, it is possible to use a larger track so that the blades can be drawn back past the window, maximising your view.
Our range of Vertical Blinds?
Vertical blinds come in a variety of shapes, sizes and styles – select your desired material, material texture, and colour and then choose from wand or cord operation (both adhere to child safety legislation). Vertical blinds have the power and aesthetic appeal to transform a living space in a way that is affordable.
Their versatility makes them suitable for any type of space and any type of window including bespoke designs, and their capability to be tall can add the illusion of height to a low ceiling space.