Pleated blinds when retracted have the smallest of stacks and this combined with slim headrails provides a neat solution that will not restrict views or exclude light.. Made from fabric, they come in an extensive range of colours. The fabric adds a softer touch than wooden blinds and this can be ideal for bedrooms, lounges, study’s and conservatories.
Made from a single layer of fabric, pleated blinds typically allow a little sunlight to filter through when they are down. When lifted, they fold into a neat band at the top of your window frame, allowing you to enjoy full sunlight. If you are looking for a good way to control light and privacy, pleated blinds could be a suitable option. Dim out fabrics for bedrooms are also available.
With pleated blinds, the fabric is folded with defined edges. This makes them easy to concertina up when opening and the appearance is neat. It is different to Roman blinds, which follows the natural folds of the fabric for a more organic look when opened.
We are happy to discuss the full pros and cons of pleated blinds, in comparison to other options that might be suitable for the windows you wish to dress.