Roller Blinds: A Smart Addition to Your Kitchen

25 Jun

Whether it is for cooking or eating, the kitchen is considered the heart of our home, which is why we need to make it as comfy and appealing as possible. Installing stylish yet quality and protective types of blinds is one of the main things you can do, and out of all options available on the market the roller ones are the ideal option for kitchens.


Whether your window is right above the sink or not, you can install them wherever you want. One of the main benefits and the main reason for its popularity is the blinds’ simple yet modern design. Easy care and minimalist, these kitchen roller blinds are the perfect addition to any type of kitchen. The fabric you choose is important, so make sure you opt for one that is both mould and mildew resistant, and one that can give you the needed insulation and privacy. Hence, ideal for splashes from the sink and for those families who have little children.

Depending on the type of fabric you choose, some of them offer a 10% sunscreen fabric so it can allow you to retain your view and daytime privacy whilst protecting your furniture and floor from the harmful UV rays. Since we are talking about an insulating type of fabric, this means that they can also keep your house warm in winter and cooler in summer.

Except for the ordinary type of kitchen roller blinds, you can also opt for double roller blinds also known as day/night blinds. These types of blinds are installed on the same double bracket, allowing you to switch between block out blinds so you can have complete darkness and privacy when needed, and switch to transparent sunscreens so natural light can come in during the day.

Those of you who have wide windows bi-fold or sliding can opt for the linked type of roller blinds. These types of blinds are placed side by side across the window with an intermediate bearing bracket. Regardless of the type of kitchen roller blind you choose, you can choose to take home living to the next level by motorizing them. This can be done usually with the help of specialized motors that are powered by rechargeable batteries. To use this wireless solution, you’ll need to install your blinds, program and remote control, and that’s it.

You can also choose from another type of motorised type of blinds which have a higher voltage motors hardwired directly into your home with the help of a tail. Unlike the first type of motorised blinds, the automotive ones need to be installed by a professional electrician.

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