Plain Blackout PVC Roller Blind Topaz
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This Plain Blackout PVC Roller Blind in Topaz is a very versatile blind choice, that will work throughout the home, especially in any room that is exposed to intense sunlight. The PVC fabric is completely blackout, making it an ideal choice for a room that needs complete darkness, such as bedrooms or media rooms. The soft topaz shade of light blue is a great colour option, that will compliment similar light blue shades, as well as other soft pastel colours. The fabric is water resistant making it a great choice for rooms exposed to moisture, including bathrooms and kitchens. This particular blind is also available in a number of other shades and colours, should topaz not be right for you.
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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.
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