Benefits of our Pleated blinds

Light control

Light Control

Standard, textured and sheer fabrics available

Temperature control

Temp Control (Pleated)

Solar reflective finishes available for climate control

In-home service

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Consultation, survey and installation all included

Our Pleated blinds service


In-home consultation

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Discuss your requirements and view fabric samples with a design consultant who'll help you create a vision of your Pleated blind and give you a quote



Survey (Blinds)

When you're ready to proceed, an installer visits to conduct a survey, verifying precise measurements of your window for a full account of the space


Blind production

Production (Romans)

Using the highest quality materials our skilled teams create your made-to-measure Pleated blind


Professional installation

Installation Duette And Pleated

Your installer returns to fit your Pleated blind and talk you through anything you need to know about your window blind

What our customers say

Pleated blind FAQs

What are Pleated blinds?

Pleated blinds, or concertina or plisse blinds as they’re sometimes known, are a panel of fabric which has been press pleated so that the fabric concertinas, or stacks when raised, and extends into a loose zig-zag when lowered.

How do Pleated blinds work?

Pleated Blinds, unlike wooden blinds, don’t contain slats but rather a single fabric panel which when closed offers privacy and varying degrees of light control, depending on the fabric choice, ranging from light diffusion to blackout. When open, the panel tucks away in a small stack, revealing as much of the window possible and letting in a lot of natural light. You can regulate the light by partially opening them. Pleated conservatory roof blinds can be motorised and operated using a handset, smartphone app or even voice.

How are Pleated blinds fitted to my windows?

Your Design Consultant will review your requirements and recommend the best solution; our Pleated blinds will be custom-made to your exact window specifications.

Do you have a no-drill option?

Yes. Our Pleated blinds can be fitted into the rebate of the window, tensioned between the glass and the frame, allowing it to move with the window or door to which it is fitted.

Are Pleated blinds suitable for bathrooms?

Our Pleated blinds work well in bathrooms, not least due to the range of textures, colours and styles available, but also have a number of solutions to privacy versus light, which can often be a challenge in these rooms.

How do you clean Pleated blinds?

Pleated blinds can be dusted with a clean, dry duster or the upholstery brush attachment on a vacuum cleaner. Avoid pressing too hard against the pleats as it may cause wrinkling or ripping of the fabric. Spot treat stains with a barely damp cloth, or a specialist stain remover tested on an inconspicuous area. Avoid using fabric sprays as they can stain.

Are Pleated blinds a good choice for my conservatory?

Pleated blinds are an excellent choice for a conservatory for several reasons. Our specialist fabrics can help keep your conservatory cooler in summer and warmer in winter, we custom-make shapes pleated blinds to fit roof windows and rebates, as well as door and window openings, available in a variety of styles and colours.

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