Things You Should Know About Different Roller Blinds
Operating similar to Vertical Blinds, Panel Glide Blinds are easy to operate and cleaner, however, their large panels give them a much cleaner and more modern feel. Read on to discover why we’re a fan of the Panel Guide Blind.
Panel Glide Blinds: A Buyers Guide
Because of their clean, modern wide panels, Panel Glide Blinds have the ability to easily blend with both traditional and contemporary interior designs schemes making them one of the most versatile blinds on the market. No matter where you live, or the style/era of your home, we’re confident that Panel Glide Blinds would look great in your home! Described as a more modern version of the Vertical Blind, Panel Glide blinds offer a minimalist and compact look with all the qualities of a normal blind. However, their large panels also make them the perfect choice for a larger window. Panel Glide Blinds are made from fabric so there is no shortage in choice of blinds for your space. Before you purchase your Panel Glide blinds, consider where they will be hung and how much light you want to filter into the space. This will heavily influence your choice in material for you Panel Glide Blinds. Other things to consider when purchasing Panel Glide Blinds include:
There are a couple of different control types for the Panel Glide Blind that suits different types of configurations. You can choose between a hand cord or a wand operation for you Panel Glide Blinds and this mechanism can be featured on either the left or the right of your blinds depending on what is best for your windows. One of the most important things that an individual should remember when they are purchasing a panel glide blind is its child safety rating. This is true especially if they are planning to use that blind in a child’s room. Additionally, they should make sure that the blind contains a safety device.
When open, Panel Glide Blinds stack to the centre or side (left or right) of your window. You will need to choose where you would like you Panel Glide Blinds to stack to before you make your purchase.
Before making your purchase, ensure you have correctly measured your windows, twice, to be confident you’ve made no mistakes. Your manufacturer will not be responsible for blinds that don’t fit windows because of errors in measurements.
Before purchasing your Panel Glide Blinds choose which type of bracket you will hang your blinds from. There are two kinds of brackets that include the top fix and the face fix bracket. A face fix bracket allows an individual to fix their panel glide blind to the face of a window, wall or door frame. A top fix bracket, on the other hand, places a panel glide blind at the top of a ceiling, recess or reveal.
If you would like any more advice on purchasing Panel Glide Blinds please, contact us.