You can either measure the actual size you would like the blind to be, or measure the recess size within your window. Actual size is for when you want the blind to sit outside of the window, whereas recess size is for when you want the blind to sit within your window recess.
You can decide whether you would like to have the control mechanism on the left or the right side of the blind. If it is easier for you to reach one side of the blind rather than the other, then this makes adjusting the blind more convenient.
This option determines the way in which the fabric rolls. Standard roll means that the fabric sits behind the roller tube. Alternatively, reverse roll sits in front of the roller tube. This option is better when your window has handles that might prevent the roller blind from closing.
With this blind you can choose the colour of the chain you would like. The metallic options give the blind an expensive look, however other options may be available.
As this blind is a made to measure product, it is made to your exact measurements. This means that you are responsible for ensuring the blind is of the right size for your window. However, for an additional charge we will provide measurement insurance. This means that should a measurement error be made we will provide a replacement blind.
Your name will appear in capital letters on your desired blind, and we will only print what you type within the personalised text box. You will need to include your name plus an apostrophe and S, or just an apostrophe if your name ends in a S. Character limit: 9 Characters (including special character such as apostrophe). For example Jonathan's, Laura's, Thomas', Jess'
Your name will appear in capital letters on your desired blind, and we will only print what you type within the personalised text box. For the football printed blinds you will just type the name you want to be printed. Character limit: 8 Characters. For example: Jonathan, Laura, Thomas, Jess
You can pick your own shirt number, ranging from 0 to 99.
Face fixing brackets are secured behind the blind headrail. Top fix brackets on the other hand are secured above the blind headrail.
Here you can choose whether the blind slats will open to the left, to the right or will have a centre split. Usually you would choose an option to match your window or door frame. For instance if you install this blind in front of a sliding door you would ensure it opens the same way as the door.
With tape colour there are a number of colour options to choose from. You could match your tape colour to the slat colour so they compliment each other, or alternatively go for a nice contrast. You will see a measurement along with the colour in the selection list - this is the width in mm of the tape.
You can choose whether the blind will lift open from the left or right side. Your choice will depend on whether you want easy of access to the blind cord, or if you want to make it less accessible to a child.
You can choose whether the blind tilting wand will be positioned on the left or right side. Your choice will depend on whether you want easy of access to the tilt wand, or if you want to make it less accessible to a child.
The Standard headrail allows cords to run down the back of the blind all coming across to one side and threaded through a cord lock system. The Deluxe sidewinder has cords running behind the blind like the standard, however they wind up into cartridges inside the track. Plus the deluxe has a higher ratio gear so it is easier to open and close the blind, especially important for wider blinds.
Different lining options are available for different circumstances. In particular you could go for a thicker blackout material to darken a child's bedroom, or to keep in heat. Alternatively lighter and thinner linings are available, which will keep a room lighter and cooler.
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