- Made to order venetian blind
- White faux wood 50mm slats
- Suitable for every room in the home, even kitchens and bathrooms
- Available in short, standard and long drop to suit your window but this drop is also adjustable at home for the perfect fit inside your window recess
Whether you’re a reluctant DIYer or an experienced professional, avoid the stress and hassle of cutting your blinds at home and let us take the strain with our new Swish Made to Order blind cutting service. The perfect solution if you want to hang your blinds inside the window recess and your particular width measurement is not met by our ready-made options.
Available in three drop lengths to suit your window. Simply measure and choose your size from the easy drop down options.
First, measure the drop of your window and choose from one of our options – 120cm, 160cm or 210cm.
Next, you’ll need to take three measurements across the width of your window – one from the top, middle and bottom. This measurement can vary, so it’s important to double check and always use the smallest measurement, taking into account any obstacles such as wall tiles.
To get the best fit, remove 1cm from your smallest width measurement then simply choose your width from the drop down options and we’ll do the rest.
The blind will be carefully cut to your measurements by our expert team and you’ll be enjoying your Swish Made to Order Venetian Faux Wood blind in no time.
You can adjust the drop of your blind at home by removing any spare slats. Easy to follow step by step instructions are included with your blind.
The finishing valance will be trimmed along with your blind but this will be 1cm longer than the headrail to ensure the finished blind looks its best at your window.
Need extra help on how to measure? Check out our guides on measuring inside the recess and measuring outside the recess.
Please note: this blind is not suitable for use in rooms where the temperature exceeds 50°C for a sustained period. In hot weather, it is recommended to keep the blind in a fully lowered position with the slats closed to reduce the risk of the slats bowing.