Today we’re absolutely delighted to talk to you about two megatrends and their influence on blinds. So. the first trend is towards larger windows - think bi-fold doors across facades of your home, Sliding doors that open wide and slide out of view, roof lanterns to maximize daylight coming into your space so you have that extra natural light and that connection with the outside that is so important for our well-being.
The other megatrend is towards minimalism, so think smaller frames on the windows, doors and roof lanterns and think also towards hiding blinds away so your window treatments such as your curtains your blinds disappear.
To achieve this to think ahead.
I invite you to plan ahead so you can incorporate what we call the Blindspace® blind boxes into your window structures to you to work with your architect or designer if you are the architect with the homeowner and think: “Well, how am I going to incorporate that in there? Do I adapt the lintels make a little bit more room?” But with that planning comes that minimalism the sheer beauty of hiding a blind, hide the components, the hardware, the side channels, and make them blinds disappear into that gap in the window structure.
So, from the smallest window to the largest roof lantern blind whether you're looking to reject heat and glare in your kitchen or maximize blackout in the cinema room or your bedroom contact WindowTreat. We offer exceptional design support, technical drawings that you can work with great products and an immaculate installation that you'll be very very proud of. Contact Us Today!
This is an amazing solution, but if you are in the midst of a new build or extension, then you have the wonderful opportunity to invest in concealed blinds by building Blindspace boxes into the window structure. Concealed blinds using Blindspace are popular due to their minimalist appearance and clean lines.
Another approach, which incredibly is even more minimalist, is to invest in external rooflight blinds that can’t be seen from inside and offer up to 97 per cent solar heat rejection.
Electric Roof Lantern Blinds can be mains-powered. However, you can click the following links to explore solar-powered roof lantern blinds and battery-powered roof lantern blinds.