Vertical Blinds

Vertical blinds

Our made-to-measure Vertical blinds are a simple, budget-friendly solution for your home. Browse our wide range of colours and designs and request an in-home appointment with your local advisor

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Expert measuring and fitting included.

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A functional and stylish solution

The sheer strips allow light in while keeping a degree of privacy, while opaque panels block out light, dimming the room for watching movies or getting better sleep.

Expert in-home service included

We take care of measuring and fitting, for a perfect fit the first time

Styles to suit your budget

Your advisor will work with you to find the right product at the right price


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Vertical blinds are one of the most versatile, budget-friendly and adaptable blind types, suitable for standard and extra-wide windows and doors, bay and bow windows, and even sloping windows. Top tips for wide windows

Vertical blinds are a perfect choice if your home is overlooked. Tilt the louvres to diffuse the light and prevent prying eyes from looking into your home, or close them to provide complete privacy and light control.

Our collection includes styles for any space, along with specialist fabrics that are particularly suited to certain environments. For example, our rigid PVC louvres are wipe clean and moisture-resistant so are an excellent choice for bathrooms and even wet rooms. Our range also includes blackout fabrics suitable for providing extra light and temperature control in bedrooms. Why we love Verticals

Yes. Vertical blinds can be fitted to a special headrail that follows the curve of your window. Our Vertical blinds come with optional curved or flat louvres for a sleek finish. Discover what happened when architect George Clarke helped install a Vertical blind at a bow window