Pleated blinds and cellular blinds are a delicate window dressing that are available as free-hanging, tensioned or perfect fit.
As the material they are made from is so compact, the blind can be neatly stacked to avoid blocking too much of your view. Pleated blinds are designed with style in mind, they are available in a range of contemporary sheer and practical blackout fabrics. Our full range is available to view in our Stoke showroom, or on request at a home visit.
They softly filter the light to give you the best of both worlds – a light and airy space with no glare and respect for your privacy. Our gallery below demonstrates just how beautiful pleated blinds can look, both open and closed. We also offer a cellular range which is specifically designed to insulate your home. Pleated blinds are a great alternative to nets or voiles, a modern take on an old classic.
Neat and modern, pleated blinds are becoming increasingly popular for conservatories. They create increased light control and ultimate privacy for your home, and are bespoke made for your exact window sizes meaning the perfect fit every time. You also have the option for top down, bottom up or both for ultimate control.
For more information on our pleated or cellular blinds, or any other blind type from our range, contact us here.
Why choose pleated blinds?
- Classic & contemporary
- Fantastic control options
- Easy to use
- Light filtering or blockout
- Usually made in 2-3 weeks
Our Pleated Blinds Range
Our most popular option for controls is the wand system, this option makes your blinds safe by design. Furthermore, there is no need for a safety bracket as the wand eliminates the need for cords or chain to control the blind. To find out more about the different options you have to make sure your blinds are child safe, click here.
INSTALLATION METHODS FULLY COMPLY TO: BS EN 13120.
We have been supportive of making corded blinds child safe for a number of years, helping to reduce the devastating number of tragic child deaths that occur from accidental strangulation from blind cords.
Therefore in March 2014, child safety legislation was passed that put a legal responsibility on blind manufacturers, installers and retailers who manufacture & install blinds to do so in compliance with the safety standard.
Make it Safe...
Watch our Child Safety Blinds video