A blackout roller blind is an easy way to cast your room into total darkness. Made in the UK from fabrics that are impenetrable to light, these stylish additions are found in homes up and down the country. Ideal for night-shift workers who ...read more
A blackout roller blind is an easy way to cast your room into total darkness. Made in the UK from fabrics that are impenetrable to light, these stylish additions are found in homes up and down the country. Ideal for night-shift workers who need to sleep during the day and remove natural light from a room, light sleepers looking to reduce street light or car headlight glare outside the home and children who take day time naps, these blackout blinds are so good at what they do you’ll find yourself loosing track of time. Not only do blackout roller blinds exceed in the darkness department, they look stylish and are very easy to install. In our blackout blind range you'll find roller blinds, Day & Night Blinds and Roman Blinds.
Made to Measure Blackout Blinds
All of our blackout roller blinds are made to measure in our UK factory, from an array of high-quality materials and fabrics that feature unique benefits, such as- anti-bacterial, Child Safe Plus and moisture resistant. For those installing blinds in kitchens or near ovens/hobs, we also offer flame retardant blinds.
The quality custom options for our blinds with us mean you can find the perfect blackout blind, at a fraction of the high street price. Our blackout roller blinds also have a choice of operations - not just the traditional chain, which you can see more of by viewing the videos on each product page. Dimout roller blinds are also available in a range of colours. You can use the filter on the page to choose the specific colour of blackout blind you are looking for.
In this category you'll also find our Roman Blinds, which are easily turned into a blackout blind by simply choosing the lining option on each product page. This lining blocks any light coming through the fabric, helps to reduce sound from outside and even increases the thermal benefits of the blind. Our Bifold Door Blinds and Conservatory Blinds have a blackout option too, and these are the honeycomb effect style pleated blinds. With two layers, these blinds keep your room dark and block heat and UV rays from entering the room in the summer, whilst keeping it cosy and warm in the winter.
Free samples, warranties & 5-star quality
Order your free samples from any blind on our website for added peace of mind. You can do this with all blackout blinds, including rollers, romans, venetians and verticals. We’ve everything from traditional wood slat venetians through to modern patterned designs, we’re sure you’ll find something you love.
We offer a 3-year warranty on our roller blinds, vertical blinds and metal venetian blinds, 2 year for electric blinds and 1 year for our Roman Blinds, Day & Night Blinds and Bifold door and conservatory blinds. For us this ensures our customers have a guarantee of quality and confidence in buying a blackout blind that is built to last.
Customer service is at the heart of our business and you can find out more about this and what real customers think of our blinds within our growing list of 5-star reviews from satisfied customers. We work hard to ensure we are cheaper than UK highstreet retailers, so you know you're getting top quality blinds at the best price. Happy shopping!
Measuring and Installing Roller Blinds
Measuring and installing blackout roller blinds is relatively straightforward depending on the type of window your blinds will sit in. For the perfect fit on a standard window, measure the full recess of your window (both height and width). These are the core measurements to use when purchasing your blinds. Do not be tempted to deduct anything from your measurements to account for fittings - we will do this for you. If you wish to hang your blackout roller blinds outside of the recess then measure the height and width as per the size you desire, but also add about 70mm at the top and bottom, and 50mm on each end of the blind width to account light leakage that will likely occur. Select ‘exact fit’ on the product page when you come to input your measurements. When installing blinds in angled and boxed bay windows there are some additional considerations to make to account for the protrusion of the blind. This will stop the blinds from catching on each other once fitted.