Anyone bought made to measure roman blinds over internet or similar? eg Hilary blinds?

(15 Posts)
longerdays Sun 30-Oct-16 20:49:00

Were they any good? I need 2 roman blinds for a room that will ultimately be decorated in next 12-18 months but what is there is falling to bits and need some for this period. I don't know but expect to have these made privately or via Laura Ashley, John Lewis etc will cost more then I want to pay so wondered if any of the on line options are any good or whether they turn up poor quality and ill fitting, Has anyone gone this route and used a company they could recommend? Thanks.

sallyjuliet Sun 30-Oct-16 20:59:45

I used www.blinds-2go.co.uk and they fitted really well, good price, good range and were delivered quickly. Used them a few times after a recommendation from a friend.

MrsHiddleston Sun 30-Oct-16 21:04:23

I used blinds 2 go too. I got a few roller blinds - I was very impressed with them.

WeeM Sun 30-Oct-16 21:06:49

Yep blinds to go are great-used them a few times.

longerdays Sun 30-Oct-16 21:12:45

Thanks anyone used them for roman blinds?

livinglooney8 Sun 30-Oct-16 21:13:17

I used Hilary's blinds & love them. Still going strong 5 years later.

BooeyBubbleHead Sun 30-Oct-16 21:16:42

I used a variety of online blind companies for roman blinds for every window (went by the fabrics I liked so ended up with several suppliers). All were excellent. DH fitted them & had no issues.

tryingmybest010 Mon 31-Oct-16 07:32:20

I had my Roman blinds from blinds2go. Very impressed, they fit well and were delivered very quickly. Very good range as well and reasonably priced.

JCleRoux Mon 31-Oct-16 07:37:20

I've never tried them but a friend suggested we-blinds.com and she was happy with them. They're part of the Hillary's brand apparently.

ThePartyArtist Mon 31-Oct-16 09:51:36

Wilson's Blinds have been recommended to us.

namechangedtoday15 Mon 31-Oct-16 16:32:53

Used blinds2go in the last couple of weeks for a really large roman blind with blackout lining. Really impressed.

Believeitornot Mon 31-Oct-16 16:35:13

Yes used blinds2go for Roman blinds. They lasted for about 6 years and still in great condition (we've moved out now but left them behind).

HereIAm20 Mon 31-Oct-16 20:08:45

Hillarys are just as expensive as John Lewis and Laura Ashley though but they do fit them for you which helps if you are really crap at DIY like us

Endmoor1405 Sat 05-Nov-16 08:47:16

I used wilsons blinds for both roman and Venetian and they were fab. Fit perfectly and very sturdy. Just the job!

Follyfoot Sat 05-Nov-16 08:49:50

Kurtinz were recommended on here by several people so we used them and were very pleased. Beautifully made and the fittings are sturdier than anything we've ever had before.

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