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Roller blinds for bay windows

Give your bay window a stunning makeover with beautiful Roller blinds from our range.

Emily Booth one of the writers at Hillarys

by Emily Booth

In-home Advice Expert

Published: 29/12/2020

Updated: 28/07/2022

Choose from hundreds of gorgeous colours, textures and prints, and see your space instantly transformed with these sleek and stylish window dressings. Take a look at these inspirational interiors and read our top tips for choosing Roller blinds for your bay window.

1. Fit a single Roller blind into each window pane

When fitting Roller blinds into a bay or box style window, you’ll achieve the best finish by putting separate blinds into each individual section of your bay.

Because made-to-measure Roller blinds fit each frame like a glove, the overall look is smart, clean and streamlined.  

 

2. Position your blinds for flexible light control

The beauty of fitting individual blinds to each window pane is that it gives you flexible control over light. You can position your blinds at different heights in the bay to control the sun's glare throughout the day. 

To complement the clever use of colour throughout this contemporary dining space, we've chosen Polly Crimson to dress the traditional bay window. The detailed print pattern stands proudly at the focal point of the room as the perfect backdrop to the vibrant furnishings.

3. A stylish alternative to net curtains

If you’re looking for a sheer window covering that allows lots of light into your home but also protects your privacy, then a sheer Roller blind is a modern and stylish alternative to traditional net curtains.

Our sheer Roller blinds come in a range of gorgeous fabrics and prints, from delicate lace to fine gauzy weaves.

 

4. Practical fabrics for different environments

Roller blinds are really easy to maintain, so are great for bay windows in rooms that are prone to stains and spills.

But that’s not all. Roller blinds can be made with blackout fabrics for use in bedrooms and nurseries, and there are moisture-resistant fabrics that are ideal for bathrooms and cloakrooms. We even have recycled cotton fabrics which are great for the planet!

 

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