Roller blinds are still as popular as ever and even though there are many alternative blind choices these days, they still hold their own in the current market place. Indeed, with the number of fabric choices, stylish finishes and trims, the reliable roller blind has recently been given a new lease of life.
There is something to suit almost every taste and budget and with the advice given by Blind Inspiration, you can be assured to select the right product for your needs. Luxaflex, Sunway and Velux, are just a few of the Roller blind collections available to view.
In terms of the types of fabrics available, you can choose from the natural collection, cotton and linen options or the sheer selection, with finishes that allow you to filter light, with a great range of unique voiles and similar fabrics. Or how about the blackout collection which, like it says, allows you to completely block out all sunlight.
All of the fabrics are available in a dizzy selection of colours and textures, to suit your every window blind need. There is also a number of different ways your roller blind can be controlled, Sidewinder, this option is the most popular and has a chain to the left or right of the blind and is simply pulled up or down, Soft raise, this option goes back in time, the way roller blinds used to be controlled, using a tensioned spring. There is however, now an improvement, the blind is now set to go up at a slow speed and not at a 100mph, taking you with it! Motorised, if the budget can be stretched, motorisation can add the wow factor. Generally controlled via a remote handset or switch, this system can be invaluable if a window is hard to reach or you have difficulty in using the manual alternatives.
Roller blinds are an ideal way to deal with light control in a room, because when they're not in use they become almost invisible, leaving you with a very clean finish in and around your windows. Plus, depending on the fabric you choose, you can vary the amount of light coming into the room, right from softer tones to complete blackout. Reverse rolling the blind is something Blind Inspiration does as standard, this means, that rather than seeing the roller spinning when the blind is operated, all you see is a waterfall of fabric unravelling off the roller. There is also neat cassette boxes available, which allow the fabric to be completely hidden when raised.
You can customize your blinds too - even after you've chosen your preferred fabric . There are a wide range of shaped scallop and turret finishes to choose from as well as decorative poles, in steel and wood. To finish of your blind, you can choose from a wide range of braids , fringes, glass pulls, leather tabs, the list goes on.
If you want to supply your own fabric, then a roller blind can be made for you using a lamination process so as you can probably see, all angles are covered and you can pretty much have what you like. The creativity and helpful nature of the staff at Blind Inspiration, means you'll definitely be able to find a blind that suits your needs.
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