If you’re considering roller blinds, did you know that it’s incredibly easy to create a bespoke look for your home? Our experts explain a few of the special features and accessories you can choose from to give your roller blinds that real ‘wow’ factor.
Consider a wrapped bottom rail
Add the finishing touch to your roller blinds by choosing a wrapped bottom rail. Just as the name suggests, this involves wrapping your roller blind fabric around the base rail to hide the usual metal finish. It delivers an eye-pleasing look when your roller blinds are lowered.
Add a fascia (or valance)
This decorative cover is available in pure white, anodised and black. A fascia (sometimes known as a valance) provides clean lines in either a round or square finish and is the ideal option for concealing your roller blind tube and operating system. By adding a ‘cap’ on top of your roller blind, it helps block out any slivers of light when you want to sleep soundly (andeven allows for greater energy efficiency with its dim-out side channels).
Choice of chain colour
We know if you’re investing in new roller blinds, you want them to complement your interiors. That’s why you can choose from either a white, ivory, grey, black or stainless chain cord to operate your blinds. You’ll be pleased to know you can make the choice without any extra charge, too!
And, if you prefer to avoid having a chain altogether, we offer a cost-effective motorised option that is a joy to use!
Select a silent bottom rail
Even on the breeziest days, you can throw the windows wide open with a silent bottom rail. By adding a noise-reducing bubble seal at the back of the bottom rail, you’ll never have to worry about banging window blind sounds when it’s breezy. It’s even available in five designer colours.
Front or back roll? You decide!
We know everyone has a different preference, so you can decide which way your blinds should lower. A front roll delivers a completely sleek finish or, if you opt for a back roll, your roller blinds rest closer to the window to better block out the light.
Inside and outside fit
If you have gorgeous wooden window joinery, put it on display even when your blinds are lowered by opting for an inside fitted roller blind. An outside fit, however, is ideal if you’d prefer to completely screen things out or ensure the full focus is on your gorgeous roller blind fabric.
Ready to decide on your perfect roller blinds?
To take a closer look at our extensive range and request a quote, visit your nearest Aspect Blinds and Shutters retailer today.