When it comes to choosing bathroom blinds, you want something that’s going to last but also looks the part. We all know how steam and damp can affect different materials, and the same goes for blinds. Standard vertical or roller blind fabrics most of the time just don’t cut the mustard in such a wet environment. In this post, we aim to explain all the options that are available for your bathroom or wet room windows.
PVC VENETIAN BLINDS
One of the most popular options for bathroom blinds is our PVC venetian blinds. Harder wearing, with the choice of wood effect or flat finish, it’s easy to see why they’ve risen to the top spot of waterproof blinds. The only current downfall of this type of blind is the colour range. The range consists of only light colours currently, so if you were hoping for a dark wood or black, you’d be disappointed. That being said, the PVC venetian range is in a class of it’s own, creating a modern but understated finish to the room.
Waterproof vertical blinds are a practical solution to privacy, light control and damp conditions. All PVC fabrics are also blackout, so there’s no need to worry about the neighbours seeing you in the shower! With a range of neutral and bright fabrics, you’ll easily find a fabric to match your decor. Wipe-able vertical blinds are also very hard wearing and will last a lifetime with good care. To find out more about our range of PVC vertical blinds, click here.
If you like a lot of light in your bathroom, roller blinds are perfect. They can be positioned up or open during the day and just pulled down when privacy is required. Again, the PVC range is all blackout and will wipe down with a cloth. The system is designed with ease of use in mind, with just one chain to lift the blind up and down. All of our blinds are also fully compliant with the child safety laws which you read about here. All in all, rollers make for substantial but stylish bathroom blinds.
For true luxury, shutters bring a contemporary look to your bathroom. With ultimate privacy and tilt light control, having shutters installed in your bathroom will make your life easier. You can keep them closed and just tilt the louvers open and shut, or fold the doors back to let more light in. To find out more about having shutters installed in your home, click here.