The Blinds Company
Tongue

Tongue Window Blinds

The popularity of blinds seems to rise every year, as more and more people bring them to their windows. Our supplier partners have an excellent reputation and can deliver to Tongue. Made to measure blinds will always fit the best, but we can also offer standard sizes for all types of blind including venetian, roman and blackout blinds. Select an image below to find your perfect product.

Your house should be your pride and joy. A place to show off. Everyone loves to get a compliment when you've put the effort in. We are eager to improve your house - and window blinds are the easiest way! We're here to help.

We like to think that we can help find Tongue customers the best blinds around. More people are moving away from curtains, especially in bay windows where the costs are so much higher. We like the freedom of choosing which part of the window to let light through. We work with some excellent partners to bring new life to place. We can put some pizzazz into your bedroom and some vava-voom into your front room.

Always remember that safety is paramount, so if you have children please make sure that any cords are kept out of their reach. There are several solutions available on the market. One quick thing to add, motorised blinds are not just cool, but the easiest way to control the light in your room.

You've come to the right place if you want the best looking windows in Tongue. We know the world is very competitive not just on quality, but price. Hopefully we can find a great deal for you (or a sale!).

If you are buying made to measure blinds in Tongue click on one of the images above. 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. Tongue homes are better with blinds. Why? Because we said so. There's nothing more exciting than putting up a new blind - we hope you've enjoyed visiting our site.

If you're going to go DIY with the installation remember to screw the brackets firmly. 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.