Static Mid Grey Grain Vertical
Your new blinds will fit perfectly if you follow our simple step by step measuring instructions.
You’ll be a measuring maestro in no time.
Make a Statement
Easy Clean Fabric
Keep your blinds looking their best with this easy to wipe clean fabric, just use a damp cloth to wipe away any dirt or stains.
This blind can be made upto 400cm wide - much wider than all other blinds on the market so that you can cover your largest window without comprimising on style.
Control the light
Simply angle the vertical vanes to control the amount of light entering your room. These blinds can be kept pulled across, and then the light controlled by simply turning the 89mm wide vanes.
Always with style in mind, these blinds are made to the highest quality. With no bottom weights or chains, these blinds offer a sleak and modern way of covering your windows.
Quick and Easy Installation
With just a few brackets to install these blinds couldn't be easier to put up. Designed to clip into place, vertical blinds are one of the easiest blinds to install.
The finer details
|Blind Type:||Vertical Blind|
|Fabric Type:||Rigid PVC|
|Great For:||Kitchen, Patio|
|Properties:||Easy Wipe, Waterproof|
|Window type:||Bay Window, Bi-Fold Door, French Door, Sliding Door|
Measuring guide for Vertical blinds
Measuring for your new Vertical blind is easy as long as you follow our simple guide.
Please get in contact with us if you have any questions and one of our trained service team will be able to guide you through the process, whether you just want to make double sure you've measured correctly, or you have a window which doesn't seem to fit any of the below categories. Just click on the images below.
Install guide for Vertical blinds
Installing your new Vertical blinds is easy as long as you follow our simple guide.
Please get in contact with us if you have any questions and one of our trained service team will be able to guide you through the process, whether you just want to make double sure you're installing correctly or to make sure you've got the right tools for the job.