Spring is just around the corner, which means that the mornings are getting lighter. This is great for those who don’t like making the journey to work or school in the dark. But it’s less helpful at the weekends when we fancy a few lazy lie-ins.
If your sleep has been interrupted over the past few weeks – or you have little ones who’ve been waking up with the birds – the good news is that the right blinds can help to reduce unwanted sunlight in your home.
Here at Web-Blinds, we’ve a selection of innovative blackout blinds, which make counting sheep a thing of the past! Kirsty Martin from our team is on-hand with a rundown of the best sleep-saving styles.
Blackout Roman blinds
“All of our Roman blinds are available with optional blackout linings. This means that you can choose from any of our colours and patterns. In this case, we picked out a beautiful blue for a child’s bedroom.”
Blackout Roller blinds
“Many of our Roller blinds have clever blackout coatings. These are great for minimising glare from the sun. If you find that a little light comes in around the sides of the material, layering curtains over your blind solves this… And it creates an eclectic look to boot!”
Blackout Velux blinds
“For loft conversions or attic bedrooms, we provide Velux blinds in the same blackout fabrics. Skylight windows can be a lovely focal point, so if you’re blessed with one, it’s important to make the most of it.”
Blackout Pleated blinds
“Blackout coatings also feature on some of our Pleated blinds. With our classic design, you need to bear in mind that small cord holes ensure the blind’s smooth operation. So for a total blackout, take a peek at our Ecopleat collection.”
Blackout Ecopleat blinds
“Our Ecopleat blinds are ground-breaking, as their special air pockets work to trap heat and regulate the temperature of your room. And our range includes blackout options too, for a cosy and restful environment.”