If you are new to home improvement, DIY or decorating then you can’t go wrong with Made to Measure Roller Blinds.Versatile, functional, stylish. Installing a set of Roller Blinds is easy and an ideal way to make a difference in your home.
With over 500 styles, you can match any room in the house from a pair of Genesis Luxe Blackout Blinds for the bedroom to the Unilux PVC range to protect against water in the bathroom.
What are Roller Blinds?
Roller Blinds are traditionally fabric based blinds that unroll to cover a window. They can be installed across the top of the window frame or inside the window recess so no drilling needed!
All our Blinds are Made to Measure, click here for a handy measuring and fitting guide for your window. We’re always a call away in case you’re having trouble too. The use of these high-quality materials gives added peace of mind.
Why Choose Roller Blinds?
Roller Blinds are the best choice if you are looking to bring a feature colour to the walls. They suit all windows and make a warm addition to any room in the house. However, we have some recommendations if you’re not just looking for any blinds, but your blinds.
While grey roller blinds are a popular choice for a modern approach, you should consider some of the options available. Kitchen roller blinds are a specialty. Especially with any patterned roller blinds with light filtering fabrics, so you can cook without the sun glaring on your tabletops.
The main reason to choose roller blinds is the choice they give you. Swift blinds are all made to measure. We give your order to our UK workshop and make it on the same day to get your order up and hanging as swiftly as possible. While you could buy ready made roller blinds, we deliver the same speed without sacrificing quality, for bespoke perfectly fitting roller blinds right to your door.
Made To Measure Roller Blinds
Made to Measure Roller Blinds are exactly how they sound, made to your measurements. No warehouses full of standard sizes. No having to worry about getting shapes and appearances wrong.
This makes everything a perfect fit and cost effective. Having been making blinds for over 50 years, Swift workshops have your blinds ready and made with our SwiftTrack service
You can hang your blinds in different ways depending on the window. Either mounting on the wall over the window, or with our range of perfect fit roller blinds. No more having to balance on a chair screwing and fitting when you can slide the blinds right in.
From 110cm blinds to 8 ft roller blinds. Personal or commercial, think Swift.
Fabrics and Features
Here’s your breakdown for custom Roller Blinds. The types you can order and all the bells and whistles available. All of these practical features are listed below to create exactly what you need.
Light Filtering Fabric
: For keeping the bedroom or living room light, but stopping the glare from the sun. Swift offers free samples so you can see for yourself which would work best for your room.
Voile and Sheer Fabric: A semi-transparent blind for allowing more light into darker rooms, or creating a particular shade with a colour of your choice.
Blackout Fabric: For blocking as much light as possible, if you’re a night shift worker or have trouble sleeping, these are designed for the bedroom. Blackout roller blinds is the most requested feature for children’s rooms and nurseries.
Moisture Resistant Fabric: For kitchens and bathrooms, this unique fabric will not lose any colour or finish even when around a steamy shower daily, or accidental splashes of water when doing the dishes.
PVC Waterproof Fabric
: The step above Moisture Resistance, being completely waterproof, these are your all rounder blinds. Coming with the secondary benefits of flame resistant and blackout, this is a Swift top pick with its versatility and practicality. Stylish enough for the home and ideal for a hectic work environment like a classroom.
Energy Saving Fabric: This thicker fabric protects cold from entering through the window and heat from escaping your home. This means you won’t have to turn the heating up as high during winter, eventually paying for themselves.
Solar Control Fabric: The first choice from protecting the home from sun damage. If you have rooms that are always sun-facing and start to see the walls and floors fade with colour, these blinds are made to stop that.
Pollergen™ Roller Blinds: When hay fever is at its high and it's nearly impossible to sleep with all the pollen in the air, but you can’t just keep the window closed because of the heat? Pollergen™ blinds. Reducing and removing up to 50% of pollen and dust that come into contact will make a noticable difference in the summertime.
Flame Retardant Fabric
: These blinds are more often used for public and commercial buildings where a legal requirement for fire safety is in place. A flame retardant finish is applied during manufacturing without affecting the look of the blind. Swift will provide a certificate for this material.
Electric Roller Blinds: No more chains or cords, light or darkness at the press of a button like straight out of the movies. This technology is best used for hard to reach windows and is compatible with a Swift Smart Hub. This lets you sync your blinds with your phone or Smart Device like Alexa or Google Home using your voice.
Perfect Fit Roller Blinds: With an aluminium frame that clips directly onto the window frame, these are the blinds you want if you’re renting or don’t want to drill into the wall.
Day & Night Blinds: Using a mixing of opaque and translucent stripes, these blinds are privacy and light filtering all in one. They can be tilted and lowered depending on the mood you’re setting in the room.
How to measure roller blinds?
When it comes to roller blinds, there are three different measurements we can take to produce your blind: recess, exact or cloth. We understand this can be a little bit confusing, so we have a handy measuring guide to help when ordering.
Fitting roller blinds
Fitting roller blinds couldn’t be easier. Our blinds come with a universal fixing bracket, meaning they can be fixed from the top or face fixed. We also have a guide to fitting them in place, so you can follow the steps and hang them in your home.