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Pleated BlindsIn Belgium, pleated blinds are an undervalued type of window covering. We can say that, because we see that in Germany and The Netherlands the pleated blind is the compeer of the roller blinds what considers the popularity and volume. Typically for a pleated blind is the elegance of the profile. These are very tiny en therefore perfectly for mounting in the window opening. Also for special shapes and mounting in a dome window, a pleated blind might be the most preferred solution.
Roman ShadesGiving your interior a very high-grade touch is certainly possible with roman shades, also called American stores. Because of the beautiful textures and colors of curtain fabrics, we get in a way fashion for your window. The rods which are processed in the fabrics provide sleek lines in your interior. Because of the endless possibilities in choice of curtain fabric, there are roman shades for every interior.
Child SafetyBy a decision made at European level, the standards for the product group indoor Sunprotection have become stricter in Europe. (EN13120)
This in combination with 2 other standards for the protection against strangulation risks with cord- and chain loops for children. (EN16433 and EN16434)
Electrical convenience, worth consideringIf we say roller blind, we unprompted think about the accompanying operation chain. Too bad, because there is also a possibility to operate your roller blinds electrically. The motor is hidden in the tube of the blind, so you don’t need to compromise on elegance. The motor can be controlled with a switch or a remote control so you can operate your blinds to the exact position you want by simply pressing one button.
Ideal for a home with young childrenVertical blinds with pvc slats are ideal for a family with young children or pets. They are perfectly washable and sustainable. Chocolate, pudding, markers, children’s paint ... it is not a problem for pvc slats.
Due to the weight of pvc, no bottom chains are needed. Moreover, closing the slats gives an obscuring effect.