Choosing The Right Bathroom Blinds
It can be difficult to choose the right blinds for your bathroom. Its important to pick a style that won’t become damaged by the high levels of moisture, water and humidity in the air. That’s why we’ve put together a handy guide to help!
Do's & Don'ts When Choosing Your Bathroom Blinds
- Avoid real wood blinds in damp or humid environments as they can stain, warp and even twist over time. There are some fabulous and realistic looking faux wood blinds available which have the look of real wood which are more suitable for bathrooms and kitchens.
- Avoids standard and roman fabrics which can rot, fade or shrink in moist environments over time.
- When choosing a fabric blind, opt for PVC Waterproof fabrics which are perfect for bathrooms, kitchens, toilets, wash rooms, utilities
PVC Waterproof Roller Blinds
PVC Waterproof Roller Blinds are the perfect choice for bathrooms. They are designed for use where the blind is likely to get wet and can even be used right next to the shower. When open they allow all the light in and a full view out of the window. When closed, being a blackout fabric, they allow the ultimate level of privacy.
PVC Waterproof Vertical Blinds
PVC Waterproof Vertical Blinds are also a perfect choice for bathrooms. They are designed for use where the blind is likely to get wet and can be used right next to the shower. PVC vertical blinds are also a blackout fabric, so they will also offer privacy when closed. The great thing about vertical blind louvres is that they can be tilted to vary the amount of light you choose to have in your room. They can also be fully pulled open to view the whole window.
Faux Wood Blinds
Faux Wood Venetian Blinds are a great alternative to wooden blinds in the bathroom. Real wood blinds can stain and warp overtime. These cheaper alternatives not only look like real wood, being PVC and waterproof, they are a practical solution. Cleaning Faux Wood blinds is much easier too, simply wipe with a damp cloth. Like all venetian blinds, they can be tilted to allow light through.