Here's a guide to finding the right window treatment solution for your specific needs:

To reduce the light level and UV but allow a free view, keeping privacy

You can enjoy the great view outside while remaining invisible to outsiders, and prolong the fresh colours and condition of your floor coverings & furnishings:

To control the exact light, breeze, view, and privacy

Here are a variety of options for controlling all the above at the same time:

  • Venetian blinds have slats adjustable to any angle to control light – from total closure for complete privacy to totally unrestricted view by hoisting right up.
  • Wooden blinds have great insulation to retain warmth in winter to save power, in rich natural timber toning or stylish painted colours.
  • PVC blinds are ideal for high moisture or wet environments such as kitchens or bathrooms.
  • Aluminium blinds add finesse to a room with the ability to reflect the sun's direct light and heat during the day and keep heat in during the evening.
  • Roman blinds add classical style to a room. They can be used as a simpler and cheaper alternative to curtains, or as a complement to them. When fully drawn, they allow an unhindered view.

For conservatories, summer-houses, or rooms with a view

You'll probably want to keep your relaxation space cool in the summer and warm in winter, controlling the light by time of day and season:








To totally block-out light during the day

If your household has day-sleepers, shift workers, small children, or people who have problems sleeping in the summer:

For high-moisture or steamy rooms such as kitchens or bathrooms

It’s important to get the right kind of blinds for a room that gets steamy or humid, as moisture can shorten their life:

  • Blockout and Sunscreen roller blinds are made from resilient materials that stay in good condition for years despite moisture, steam, and humidity.
  • PVC Venetian blinds are also very durable in moist places or environments with high temperature variation.


For room dividers

Instead of splashing out on expensive room dividers, blinds can make a costeffective solution - a simple yet effective way to split a large room into smaller living areas for privacy: