Panel Blinds

Panel blinds are simply large pieces of fabrics drawn across an opening on an aluminum track. The design is especially suitable for large windows and doors or open plan room settings.

The choice of fabrics has grown with the demand for versatility, mix and match designs to give a feature to any room, dim it down with soft shades for relaxing setting, wood effect panels for open space conservatories, options are enormous.

PICTURE PERFECT it’s good to be home

The versatility of panel blinds creates a fantastic option when considering new blinds for your home. Whether it be a plain, pattern, print, or textured fabric, with such a multitude of styles you really will be spoilt for choice. You can choose either a side or split draw panel blind to perfectly suit your windows requirements or mix and match fabric colours and textures to create an eye-catching statement in your home, whatever you require we’ve got it covered. All our blinds are of course child safe and the panel blind is another example of this, we recommend the wand control giving you complete peace of mind in a chic, efficient and sophisticated way. Many of our fabric ranges are also available as roller, roman, and vertical blinds to give you perfect coordination throughout your home. So be inspired and create your transformation today

Let us create your space

Transform your space for modern living with chic and stylish panel blinds. A versatile and contemporary way to control light, glare, and privacy, panel blinds provide an innovative shading solution for larger windows and patio doors. When open, the panels stack neatly behind one another allowing maximum light to enter the room. Sliding the panels into the closed position creates a unique fabric screen that provides light control and privacy. Panel blinds make stunning room dividers that can be used to great effect in creating new living spaces within a modern home. Designed not only to be long-lasting and look beautiful, but Panel blinds are also energy-efficient, reducing solar gain during the summer months and helping to insulate your home through the winter.

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