Laval Roller Blind Mode
The Laval roller blind Mode is a self-coloured blind with an integral wave pattern, in a neutral tone of white and silvery grey. It has all the simplicity of a plain fabric, with a bit more style and character. The fabric is slightly thicker than other blind fabrics, it's almost a blackout fabric, which means while it will let very little light through, it will offer a high level of privacy. This dim out property make this blind a great choice for bedrooms. The neutral colours means you'll be able to use it with virtually any colour scheme. It will compliment pastels and bold colours alike. It will look equally as stunning with blue decor as it will with reds or greens. The Laval roller blind Mode will also look extremely stylish when used with coral or pink colour palettes.Product Code: DC/M2MRB/LAVAL/MODE
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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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