Vertical Blinds from Artistic Blinds
Our Vertical Blinds provide maximum flexibility and creativity. The innovative design allows the louvres to be drawn neatly back to one side, offering clear views. The louvres can also be rotated through 180 degrees allowing the user to control light levels within any room, yet maintain privacy.
Our fabrics offer a wide range of beautiful jacquard weaves and designs in contemporary colourways, soft suedes, exotic grass effects and organic natural hues, all of which will create window blinds of pure distinction.
Our fabrics also feature special finishes which allow them to be easily maintained, to keep your blinds looking great for many years to come.
A Vertical Blind is the ideal solution for a Sloping Window; the headrails can easily fit along the top sloping edge, whilst the slat lengths vary to align at the bottom.
Available in two slat widths - 89mm and 127mm
Easy to use and versatile
180degree rotation maintains privacy whilst allowing the light
Angle of light through window can be easily adjusted
What are vertical blinds and what are they made of?
Vertical blinds from Artistic Blinds are beautiful window treatments that consist of long, narrow slats that hang from a track. They can be made from a variety of materials, including cloth, metal, wood, or plastic. Vertical blinds are typically used to provide privacy and shade from sunlight. They can also be used to help reduce the amount of heat and noise that enters a room. When closed, vertical blinds create a barrier between the window and the room, which helps to keep out drafts. In addition, vertical blinds can be opened partially or completely to control the amount of light and airflow in a space. Whether you're looking for privacy, protection from the sun, or energy efficiency, vertical blinds offer an attractive and versatile solution.
How do you measure for vertical blinds and what size should you get?
Measuring for vertical blinds is a simple process. First, measure the width of the window at the top, middle, and bottom. Use the longest measurement and round up to the nearest half inch. Next, measure the height of the window from the top of the frame to the sill. Once again, use the longest measurement and round up to the nearest half inch. Finally, decide how far you want the blinds to hang below the window sill. For most rooms, a drop of six inches is ideal. With these measurements in hand, you can then choose the perfect size blinds for your windows.
We can of course, take care of this entire process for you from start to finish, so please do not hesitate to get in touch today if you have any questions or queries about your new blinds from Artistic Blinds
How to clean and care for vertical blinds
Artistic Blinds' vast selection of bespoke Vertical blinds are a popular window treatment for both home and office settings. Though they are relatively easy to maintain, there are a few simple steps that should be followed to keep them looking their best. First, it is important to dust vertical blinds on a regular basis.
A soft cloth or feather duster can be used to gently remove any accumulated dust. Once a week, the blinds should be vacuumed using the soft brush attachment. In addition, the blades should be wiped down with a damp cloth every month or so to remove any dirt or fingerprints.
When cleaning vertical blinds, it is important to avoid using abrasive cleaners, as this can damage the blades. Finally, vertical blinds should be inspected regularly for any signs of wear and tear. If any damage is discovered, it is important to have the blinds repaired or replaced as soon as possible. By following these simple tips, vertical blinds will stay looking like new for years to come.
Vertical blinds are window coverings that can be opened and closed by pulling on a cord. They come in different materials, including fabric, vinyl, or wood. They can be used to cover any size window and are easy to install
Please contact us today for a free consultation and to see how Artistic Blinds can help you bring your dream vertical blinds into reality.