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In homes today, how many still have curtains fitted?
Probably quite a few, but curtains have been becoming less popular over the last few years, and it’s not hard to see why. For many years they were an essential to any home for decoration, heat retention and maintaining privacy.
But styles and tastes change with time and technology.
New options that are available put curtains to shame, in both aesthetic appeal as well as the technological options they offer. Perfect Fit Blinds come in a huge range of colours and designs, including wood and metal finishes.
Wooden shutters in particular provide very good insulation against noise, which is a good benefit for anyone living in a noisy environment. The variety of blind designs will fit any home, ranging from a modern flat to old Victorian designs.
The blinds are made by hinging a number of panels or sheets together, which enables them to fold back, the blinds can be adjusted to let as much air or light in as required.
A great feature of fitted window blinds is the fact that they can work entirely with any windows design. A certain type of window called tilt and turn can open on a tilt or open fully on a hinge. With curtains there would be no way of opening the window and retaining privacy, but the fitted blinds can still be drawn on a tilted or opened window.
The Perfect Fit Blinds can be fitted to doors and even Conservatories. The blinds don’t require dry cleaning – as curtains retain dust, which can lead to allergies – they can be easily maneuvered when cleaning windows, and generally they offer a better option than curtains currently do.
With curtains, they are either open or closed. The blinds can open slightly, letting light in but still retaining privacy. This can be especially useful with strong sunlight, preventing glare but also allowing light to filter in to the room.
Curtains have provided a great service, but perhaps it’s time for them to move over entirely to the more modern blind range available.
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