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What blind do you have in your kitchen & where from?

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Jemster Thu 23-Jul-15 19:15:12

I need a blind for our kitchen but can't find anything I like from the samples I've been sent so far.
Kitchen is white cupboards, bluey grey worktops & white & blue floor tiles. The tiles on walls are 90's style yellow lemons/fruit bowl (!) but we can't change them at the moment.

We've re-painted the walls cream and want a blind to finish it off but am clueless when it comes to putting colours/patterns together.
All I know is we probably want a roller blind & will need to be made to measure.
Any suggestions please? If you bought online can you tell me where? Thanks

QuiteQuietly Fri 24-Jul-15 13:41:03

I've used Hilarys before. Someone comes to the house, measures and then you look through sample books and chose. A few weeks later he comes back and fits it for you. I've found the price massively comes down if you are doing any others at the same time - 7 black out blinds upstairs cost about the same as two blinds elsewhere in the house. There is cashback through TCB/quidco etc. and if there's nothing you like, then no pressure to buy. I hate drilling near windows, so the fitting is very attractive.

Millipedewithherfeetup Sat 25-Jul-15 14:57:06

www.blinds-2go.co.uk/roller_blinds.asp have a roman blind in mine, bought frome here.

plenty of choice for roller as well as roman etc, quick service,cheap ish, and easy to install.

Jemster Sat 25-Jul-15 21:32:36

Thank you both. Millipede I do prefer the look of
Roman blinds but wasn't sure how
the material would bear up being in the kitchen with grease, steam etc. Are they ok for a kitchen and have you ever had to wash it? What colour did you get from that website?

Millipedewithherfeetup Sun 26-Jul-15 12:26:37

www.blinds-2go.co.uk/roman-blinds/5525/dupioni-faux-silk-duck-egg.html have this one, my window is not really near to my cooker, so no problem at all with grease, it still looks like new, been up for around 2 years now.

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