Chelsea Blackout Vertical Blind Zinc
The Chelsea Blackout Vertical Blind Zinc is a refined and minimalist plain vertical blind, in a strong zinc shade of black. The fabric is made from a moisture resistant material, which makes this a great blind for kitchens and bathrooms, as well as other rooms too. The blackout fabric will work wonders to eliminate unwanted levels of sunlight, simultaneously offering great levels of privacy in front facing bedrooms or living rooms. This is a great choice for creating a cosy and sombre retreat within your home, where you require limited levels of lights. For examples bedrooms, TV rooms or rooms adjacent to the sun. Available in a number of other elegant shades and vibrant colours, free fabric samples are also available now.Product Code: DC/M2MVB/CHELS/ZINC
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The blind that you order will be made to the measurement that you specify (within a 5mm tolerance). If you order a recess blind size,(i.e. you specify the size of your recess, a small amount will be deducted from the size you have given to ensure that the blind clears the sides of the window.
There is a draw cord to operate the opening and closing of the blinds and a control chain to control the tilt. You can also select how the louvres bunch together on opening. See the options help next to the draw options selection box.
The type of fixing must be selected on ordering. Top fix (top of window recess or ceiling) or face fix (to the window frame or wall above window). All the necessary brackets and fixings are supplied.
The vane width for this vertical blind is 89mm.
All our blinds come with all the necessary brackets to allow you to easily fix your blind.
Please click below to view and download or print our measuring and fitting guides for vertical blinds:
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