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Front door blinds

If you’re looking for front door blinds, let us inspire you. If you’re overlooked or your front door goes directly onto a living space, blinds are a practical addition. Here are some great ideas for front door blinds.

Over to our customers…

If it’s inspiration you’re after, then you can do worse than have a nosy over on our Facebook page. We’ve loads of customers posting gorgeous ideas for doors – and here are just a few.

Helen

Helen’s living room door steps straight out onto the front of her house – read more about her home here. So the semi-frosted glass wasn’t doing enough to make things cosy and private in her living room of an evening. So she chose these brilliant Perfect Fit Pleated blinds. Helen picked out a blackout fabric as her pull-out sofa often plays host to guests – that way, everyone gets a great night’s sleep!

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Lee

Lee chose Perfect Fit like Helen, but opted for Venetians instead. It’s a great way to introduce privacy to the front of a house, and adds a little touch of metallic style.

Lee

Laura

Laura chose this daring design for both her utility room window and door. This cool cactus Roller blind certainly makes a style statement, brightening up white walls in a flash.

Laura

Andrew

Just like Laura, Andrew clearly likes to make a statement. For the front door of his garden office, he chose four differently coloured Perfect Fit Venetian blinds. The result is like something off a modern painting, and it’s definitely brightened up the whole garden!

Andrew

Top tips

  • Blinds which fold up neatly are best for front doors as they won’t get in the way – think Venetians, Pleated and Roller options.
  • Try Perfect Fit – they clip into uPVC window frames without the need for drilling and become an integral part of the window.
  • For double doors, don’t be afraid to mix up different coloured blinds to make a statement.