Roller Blind Fabric & Material

Our Made to Measure Roller Blinds are a single piece of material that when fully closed, cover your window space completely. The Roller Blind system can either be a pulley cord mechanism, or a sidewinding chain mechanism that is attached to the blinds roll casing, fitting into or outside of your window recess.

When your blind is fully open the material rolls around the casing leaving your window fully exposed and the natural light entering your room. Linen Union and 100% Linens are widely used in roller blind manufacture, both being hard wearing. They are natural fibres and therefore good choices for people with sensitive skins.

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Roller Blind Fabric & Material

Our Made to Measure Roller Blinds are a single piece of material that when fully closed, cover your window space completely. The Roller Blind system can either be a pulley cord mechanism, or a sidewinding chain mechanism that is attached to the blinds roll casing, fitting into or outside of your window recess.

When your blind is fully open the material rolls around the casing leaving your window fully exposed and the natural light entering your room. Linen Union and 100% Linens are widely used in roller blind manufacture, both being hard wearing. They are natural fibres and therefore good choices for people with sensitive skins.

We can make Made to Measure Roller Blinds using our designer fabric to your exact measurements, to fit any window size or style. Please watch this useful video on how to measure for your Roller Blind

Each of our bespoke blinds is beautifully made for you by professionals in our traditional workshop based in the UK. They are hand finished with great care and attention and delivered to you well within eight weeks.

Benefits of Made to Measure Roller Blinds include; set a high quality design asthetic for any room, we can make made to measure roller blinds to the exact size you want with price per metre roller blind fabric to suit any window or door depth, in addition to any width. Our bespoke Roller Blinds are high quality and made from premium fabrics.

Options include: Processed Blind - Just the fabric on its own with a stiffening spray applied for rigidness, Laminated - A white lining on the back of the face fabric, and Blackout lining.

They only need to be dusted and periodically wiped with a damp cloth to maintain cleanliness.

Roller blinds are perfect for any area in the home, ranging from bedrooms through to conservatories.

They collect significantly less dust than Curtains or Roman Blinds making upkeep more manageable.

They are lightweight, simple to open and close, and stop the sun's glare from entering a room.

The opening and closing mechanisms are child and pet safe, and can be placed on either the left or right side. A centre pull option is also available; this will come with an ivory cord and wooden acorn at the end.

They can offer privacy in areas that are overlooked and can be made of thinner translucent material, allowing you to still view the colours and shapes outside.

They can be made from a variety of fabrics and colourways to match the decor of the space in which they are installed.

How to measure for Roller Blinds

We make quality Made to Measure Roller Blinds from the measurements you provide.

Here is how to measure your windows for roller blinds that fit perfectly.

The type of window you have and where you'll be fixing your blind will determine where you should measure from.

Helpful hints before you begin measuring for Roller Blinds

For the most accurate measurements, only use a steel tape measure.

Don’t mix up width and height measurements. Always follow the width by height format (W x H) and mark them as such.

Measure down to the nearest millimetre. Never round up or down to the nearest half or whole centimetre.

If you’re measuring for more than one window, measure each one individually – never assume that your windows are the same size, even if they may look alike.

You can find a useful video talking you through how to measure up for both curtains and blinds by clicking here.

NOTE: There is a gap of about 1.5cm on either side of the fabric, to the ends of the roller mechanism. This provides the space for the roller cassette and pull mechanism to sit comfortably without snagging, especially if going on the inside of a recess.

If your window is wider than our fabric, (most are 138cm wide,) your blind will be made from 2 widths of fabric. The maximum width of a roller blind is 240cm.

Fit your new roller blinds with ease when it arrives with instructions from how to put up your roller blinds.