The Blinds Company
Bewcastle

Bewcastle Window Blinds

Blinds can be used in any room of the house - they are a great way to transform a room with better sun protection, blackout or just a splash of colour. We can make your windows happier in Bewcastle. The most popular types include wooden blinds, panel blinds, and velux blinds. But we can offer far more with many available as made to measure. So many styles and colours ahead... start by clicking one of the options below.

You will love the blinds from our blind suppliers. Great affordable prices, and a reliable quality standard you can trust.Too much choice? Just choose one of the photos and we'll help you narrow it down.

Don't be late, there's a huge rise in popularity of blinds in Bewcastle. Many houses feature bay windows at the front. We really recommend joining us in the blinds revolution - they are so much more flexible and affordable. If you want to make your life a little easier should take a look at our motorised range.

If you are cleaning venetian blinds we suggest you shut the slats completely to get them the cleanest. Of course if there have been mucky fingers, that will take a damp sponge to fix and then wipe them dry. Our partners can deliver blinds direct to your door in room and offer most of the available styles on the market.Panel blinds are all the rage.

So much choice for your home or office in Bewcastle. Click on an image to find out more. If you don't see the type of product you need, then just click on the closest product image to find your way to the blinds that are exactly right for you. Bewcastle families find our products so much easier than heavy curtains that are hard to clean. We know you have a lot of choice, so we thank you for stopping by. Don't forget us ;-)

Don't hesitate to click on one of the product types featured - we'll soon have everything you need in Bewcastle. The prices are extremely competitive, but sometimes there are very big discounts and sales. Click on a product to find out more.

When putting up blinds, remember to screw the brackets firmly. If you want to minimise light, you should install the blinds outside the frames, overlapping. It really isn't challenging to self-install, and you'll know which way to go when you pull them out of the packaging.