Coral Blackout Roller Blind

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In collaboration with the Natural History Museum

  • Beautiful coral design
  • 100% recycled polyester
  • Moisture and mildew resistant
  • Improves privacy – Blackout lined
  • All fixings included
  • Can be cut down to suit requirements

This Coral blackout roller blind is part of our Natural History Museum collection. This very special collaboration has been influenced by the Museum’s incredible collections. Why not add a stylish statement to your window with this modern roller blind depicting brightly coloured corals contrasting against a navy background. Crafted from 100% recycled polyester, the added moisture and mildew resistant finish makes this roller blind perfect for kitchens and bathrooms, whilst the blackout finish prevents unwanted light from entering your home and provides improved privacy. This roller blind is available in a selection of sizes and is supplied with all fixings included. Check out other coordinating items from the NHM Coral collection.

Please note: The width stated is for the fabric only, please allow an extra 3.2cm for the brackets and mechanism. Always check specific fitting instructions and check measurements for your blind once purchased before cutting to size.

Please note that blinds cannot be returned once altered.

Natural History Museum x Dunelm

Tropical coral reefs are remarkable places. Vitally important ecosystems for underwater life, they offer food and shelter to fishes, molluscs, sea urchins and more. In addition, they help to protect coastlines by reducing the power of the waves hitting beaches, they offer protection from threats such as tsunamis, and they also provide food for millions of people. Coral reefs are packed full of life. From tropical fish and sea turtles to octopuses and sponges, did you know that despite taking up only 1% of the ocean, 25% of all underwater species call the reef home at some point? And yet, these stunning habitats are exposed to a broad range of human impacts on both local and global scales including plastic pollution, overfishing and coastal development. Through our collection with the Natural History Museum, we want to shine a light on these incredible underwater treasure troves and highlight the urgent need to protect them from further decline.

© The Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London 2023. All Rights Reserved.


Product Dimensions

Multiple Size Options Available

Natural History Museum
Care Instructions
Wipe clean with a soft cloth
Blind: 100% Recycled Polyester, Cord: Metal
Pack Contents
1 x Blind with fixtures & fittings

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