Blinds continue to gain in popularity year after year, with more and more homeowners choosing to install them in their windows.
Installing blinds is definitely a fashionable choice in Sixpenny Handley these days. Don't feel you have to follow the crowd with roller, venetian or roman blinds, we can provide all kinds of choice. You can add a bold colour or choose something that blends in.
Our number one partner company has a number of great delivery options designed to please even the most demanding customer.Our blinds are available in many styles, just click on one of the images above!
Don't forget - our blinds are available in a wide range of styles, colours, and materials, making it easy to find a set that matches your home's decor.
Window blinds can also add an extra layer of security to your home by blocking the view from the street, especially at night when the lights are on.
So tell us - what's the difference with made to measure blinds?
Made-to-measure blinds are custom made blinds that are custom-made to your requirements.
Which helps ensure a sleek, professional finish to your windows. And it's possible for all types including roman blinds, venetian blinds, skylight blinds, and vertical blinds.
Sixpenny Handley Window Blinds
We believe we offer the best choice of blinds for Sixpenny Handley customers. 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. Sixpenny Handley people are becoming obsessed with replacing their old, dusty curtains and modernizing their homes.
We have so much to tell you, but we understand that you need to move on with your purchase. Happy shopping!
Made to measure roller blinds are a very popular way to smarten up houses and offices in Sixpenny Handley. We keep an eye out for sales throughout the year and will let you know if one is active.
Specialists for all types of window blinds in Sixpenny Handley
If you're going to go DIY with the installation
remember that the instructions are included in the package for a reason.
You can face-fix which means they sit outside of the window recess and block out more light, or top fix which is the opposite - they sit within the recess to create a closer fit.
It really isn't challenging to self-install, and you'll know which way to go when you pull them out of the packaging.