Hartleys Rooms is all about taking the hard work out of your storage set-up and creating a home that is aesthetically pleasing. And whilst Hartleys has got the furniture covered, furnishing your windows is also an important consideration.
Often, we’re forced to prioritise our needs, especially around the home. We have great ideas, but then practicalities get in our way. This is certainly true when it comes to window dressings. On the one hand, we wish for a light and airy room where we can make the most of sought-after sunny days in winter, but on the other hand, we love total blackout during those restless summer nights.
So what do you do if you want a delicate airy voile as well as a blackout? And what if we told you that you could have both? Blinds 2go’s brand new collection of Double Roller Blinds lets you do just that, with one easy fitting, saving you both energy and money. No more struggling to fit two separate blinds on top of each other, or searching for a winning design / fabric combination. No more settling for anything less than a window perfectly dressed for every season.
Working closely with Australian partner Blinds Online last year, where double roller blinds are currently dominating the Australian domestic market, Blinds 2Go were able to source the components and materials to launch in the UK. Using existing materials for the roller blinds themselves, the game-changer was the brand new fittings – allowing the two blinds to hang together, without rubbing or catching.
Until now this dual purpose concept has remained pretty much unknown in the UK. In fact, give Double Roller Blinds a quick Google and you’re just as likely to find a blind designed for an altogether different purpose. Part magic screen, part blackout roller and available in 6 neutral shades, this collection is a flexible window dressing solution, made to measure for a seamless fit.
So when Blinds 2go say they work hard to find innovative products and keep one step ahead of trends, they certainly mean it!
Guest blog and images kindly provided by Sally Dunkley of Blinds 2go.