This season there are even more Childrens Blackout Roller Blinds available. The new range includes Jungle Fun (pictured top left), Nursery Rhymes (bottom left) and Polka Dots, all of which feature fun images for younger children. Choose between neutral designs for the playroom or Pink and Blue shades for bedrooms.
For older kids there are a number of fun colours in our Banlight range (below). Choose from 26 different shades, which can be colour co-ordinated.
In loft rooms, your chosen fabric can be fitted into either a perfect fit or velux frame. Both are a great solution for sloping windows as they allow the blind to be placed in an angled position without it hanging down. The Perfect Fit frame gives some light filtration but the velux frame provides total blackout by blocking light access around the edges of the blind.
There are many patterned fabrics available that are fantastic for teenage rooms, including the brand new Abstract range. Although not all blackout fabrics, they can have blackout linings added, depending on the thickness of the fabric. Speak to the store assistant for more details on which fabrics can have blackout linings added.
This season many popular high street stores, including Wilkinsons, are stocking a great range of complimentary products that can be co-ordinated with our current range of roller fabrics. London Cityscape (left) is proving an extremely popular choice with teenagers and can be easily matched with bedding, canvases and cushions.
All blinds can be made with either white or coloured cassettes, contrasting fabric panels and coloured bottom rails as required. This way you can totally customise the blind to suit your room.
As standard, all of our blinds come with child-safety components. There are various options for making blinds child-safe, including cleats for wrapping cords around and boxes which contain the loose cords. Perfect Fit frames eradicate the need for cords completely as blinds lock into place. We have child-safety parts available for sale through our store, you can call in or phone for further details on how to make your existing blinds child-safe.