window blind. Friday , December 29th , 2017 - 15:17:33 PM
For sliding doors Roller Blinds are often the best option as they roll up tightly at the top and take up less space than other blinds types. With Venetian Blinds and Roman Blinds the slats or fabric can take up an additional 200mm when wound up to the top - this will take up valuable space in the walk through or it means you will have to install the blinds high above the top of the sliding doors. It is also essential to make sure that door handles do not obstruct the blinds movement. Roller Blinds can be reverse rolled away from the handle to miss any obstructions. When fitting on the face of the door, any product would be suitable, just remember to add around 200mm onto your drop measurement so that when the blind is wound up it is out of the way of the door area.
Window blinds are fairly ancient inventions. The Persians hung wet cloth on their windows to protect them from desert dust and to make indoor temperatures more bearable. The ancient Chinese fashioned bamboo slats to give them a screen of privacy. The Venetians, who traded with the inhabitants of the Middle East, borrowed this concept from the Persians and brought the invention to Paris because they needed to have a source of income by peddling their wares.
Aluminium Venetian Blinds are a very inexpensive way to cover a window and although the common colours are white and silver they can be found in a variety of colours to match the interior of your home or office. Wooden Venetian Blinds Wooden Venetian Blinds are a very stylish way to cover you windows and dress up the interior of your home. They are most commonly sold with 50mm slats but are also available in 25mm slats. Other slat size options can be found but are not commonly used.
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