PVC blinds are the perfect window dressing solution for damp or steamy environments. The PVC materials resist water and steam, and therefore last a lot longer than a standard fabric or wood material. Not only are these blinds great for damp conditions, but they are a lot more hard wearing than natural products such as wood, especially around little ones with sticky hands!
Available in the PVC blinds range we have vertical blinds, roller blinds, venetian blinds and plantation shutters. For more colour choice, the vertical and roller collections are the ones to go for. They contain a huge range of plain and patterned fabrics suitable for bathroom blinds and kitchen blinds. Fauxwood venetian blinds (PVC blinds) are a great option for customers who have wooden blinds throughout their house and want to continue the theme throughout, or just like the look of the PVC venetian blinds.
Our PVC blinds will repel moisture and mildew, leaving you with a long lasting, hard-wearing blind that will stand the test of time. They’re also really handy if you’ve got little ones running around the house leaving a trail of mess and destruction everywhere they go! You can just take a damp cloth and wipe away any dirt or food stains to leave them looking like new. As an added bonus, the material PVC is also blackout – so ideal for the little one’s bedroom.
To see working samples of all of our PVC blinds, visit your nearest showroom.
Why choose PVC blinds?
- Ideal for kitchens & bathrooms
- Easy to wipe clean
- Great around kids & pets
- Fabrics are blackout by nature
Our PVC 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...
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