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Blind Styles

STYLES OF BLINDS TO CHOOSE FROM
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Not sure what the best solution for your room is?
Unsure how to choose? Let the team at Just Blinds give you the knowledge and help you need.

 

With so many options on materials, colours and patterns, people often forget that the most important step is often choosing the best type of blind for your application. Getting this right will result in years of people admiring your window coverings. There is nothing worse than regretting a bad decision every time you look out your window. What do you want your blinds to do? Different blinds perform different functions and we can help you decide which blind is best for you.

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Blockout Blinds

Pros: Block out light for sleeping. Total privacy, day and night. Good insulation especially with thermal backing. Lots of exciting new fabrics and colours available.
Cons: Do not give daytime privacy except at the cost of losing all light and visibility.

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Sunscreen Blinds

Pros: Protection from glare and UV. Also gives daytime privacy, and insulation (keeps cold out at night, heat out during the day).
Cons: Do not give night-time privacy. Lighter coloured blinds can reduce visibility outside during the day.

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Translucent Blinds

Pros: Daytime and night-time privacy, while still letting daylight through. Insulation.
Cons: Can’t see out through the blinds. Don’t exclude light so may not be as good for bedrooms.

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PVC

Pros: The look of timber at a much better price. Multi-functional, allowing daytime and night-time privacy plus light exclusion and sun protection.
Cons: Can be heavy to lift up and down, and when raised may take up a lot of room in the top of the window.

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Honeycomb Blinds

Pros: Fantastic insulation. Fit neatly in window. Wide range of colours. Blockout and translucent.
Cons: A more expensive option especially on big windows.

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Roman Blinds

Pros: Bring a soft furnishing look to the room. Usually sit on the outside of the frame so maximise light exclusion and insulation.
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Sloping Blinds

Pros: Cover those awkward windows
Cons: only available in verticals or Venetians – or shutters.

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Timber Blinds

Pros: Multi-functional, allowing daytime and night-time privacy plus light exclusion and sun protection.
Cons: Can be heavy to lift up and down, and when raised may take up a lot of room in the top of the

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Venetian Blinds

Pros: Multi-functional and inexpensive, allowing daytime and night-time privacy plus light exclusion and sun protection. 25mm and 50mm slat available.
Cons: Little insulation value, difficult to clean.

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Shutters

Pros: fabulous look, daytime and night-time privacy. Can do awkward shaped windows

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Skylight blinds

– roller blinds, Venetian or honeycomb

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Verical

Pros: Vertical blinds give you maximum flexibility in your home or office

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If you are still unsure of the best option for your home, contact the team today to arrange a free on site measure and quote.