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How to choose blinds for a bedroom

There are lots of things to consider when choosing blinds for a bedroom. Light control, privacy and, of course style, are all key. See how our stylish customers made their choices.

Blinds for privacy

Amanda brought out the features in her period home with Wooden blinds with tape. The look creates the most glamorous shutter-style effect, and is the perfect way to accentuate gorgeous windows.

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Venetian blinds are a great way to control light and privacy levels in a neat and tidy way. James chose this shocking pink for his daughter’s bedroom and the result is pretty gorgeous.

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Blinds with blackout properties

You’ll probably already know that you can choose a blackout lining with any of our Roman blinds. So when Charlotte went for a Moroccan-inspired look, she simply checked the box for a blackout lining to help make her room an even more snooze-friendly space.

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Similarly, Colin may have chosen a simple white Roller blind for his bedroom, but the clever blackout coating on the back helps to reduce light coming in in the morning. And in such a light and airy room, it’s a real plus!

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Inherently child-safe blinds

Whether you’ve windows or more unusual doors in a bedroom, Perfect Fit blinds are a smart choice. Here, in Helen’s nursery, she chose gorgeous purple Pleated blinds in a Perfect Fit frame. The inherently child-safe design makes them perfect for this Juliet balcony in a child’s bedroom.

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The privacy and light controlling qualities of shutters make them the perfect partner to your boudoir, and Hayley’s bedroom shows just how versatile they really are. She opted for a tier-on-tier formation, which means the top and bottom sections operate independently of each other. So she can open the top one and still keep her privacy.

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