Pleated Blinds are a very pretty alternative to roller blinds and suit a wide range of window areas. Modern technology ensures that the pleats do not ‘drop’ and it is possible to request for pleats to be evenly spaced.
Pleated blinds come in a variety of fabrics, including the Duette range, which displays two contrasting fabrics in a honeycomb style effect.
Combine blackout and translucent fabrics in one frame and switch between the two for better light control.
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These are a form of pleated blind but with a much deeper, 50mm wide pleat.
Although many different fabrics can be used for Apex blinds, certain fabrics are more suited for enhancing the 3D effect.
One of the most elegant styles of blinds available, they are operated in the same way as roller blinds, with a cord and chain control.
Ask instore for more details and to view the whole range of Apex fabrics.
Perfect Fit Pleated Blinds
Pleated blinds can be used with Perfect Fit frames, giving a neatly framed edge to your window area.
Perfect fit eradicates the need for controls since the mechanism allows you the ‘lock’ the blind into place.
With Perfect Fit frames, it is also possible to have top opening blinds as shown in the image below.
We have a beautiful collection of fabrics that can be used for Perfect Fit Pleated blinds.
Due to the flexibility of pleated blinds, they can be cut into the most complicated shapes, making them an ideal choice for your conservatory roof.
Some fabrics feature a reflective coating to help keep rooms cool and protect furnishings from UV rays.
Either team with pleated blinds at the sides or use a contrasting blind style, such as verticals.
Perfect Fit Pleated roof blinds can be motorised and operated via remote control.