Chelsea Blackout Roller Blind Biscotti
The Chelsea blackout roller blind Biscotti provides both beauty and practicality. The warm neutral tone of biscotti provides a beautiful colour for your window treatment. However, the blind is also moisture resistant, making it one of the few choices perfect for moist areas, such as above the kitchen sink or in the bathroom. The blackout feature darkens a room enough for even the most active child to take a nap in the middle of the day, allow weary night workers to sleep soundly or prevent any glare in a viewing room. The plain design allows this blind to be stunning in any decor, from traditional to contemporary. The beige colour of the Chelsea blackout roller blind Biscotti is a stunning complement to red, accenting it, while also toning it slightly.Product Code: DC/M2MRB/CHELS/BISCOTTI
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The blind that you order will be made to the measurements that you specify within a tolerance of:
3mm width tolerance
5mm length tolerance
If this tolerance is potentially an issue, please speak to our customer services team before you place your order.
The operating chain on this range is manufactured to be approximately 10cm from the bottom of the blind.
To help you decide if this blind is for you we have supplied fitting details:
All our blinds come with all the necessary fixings to allow you to easily fix your blind. When fitting your roller blind, you need to use the appropriate fixing depending on what type of wall or window you are fixing to. Here are some help articles you may find useful:
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