Cellular Blinds – what are they?

Cellular blinds are not as well known as other types of blinds, such as Roman blinds or roller blinds. However, cellular blinds are just as effective as the other types of blinds. The cellular blind is made from a series of hexagonal cells, which are placed side by side. A cellular blind is considered to be an energy efficient product.

The energy efficiency of the product is dependent upon the number of cells contained within the blind. The greater the size of the cells making up the blind, the greater amount of air that can be trapped, hence, the larger the cells of the blind, the greater the insulation the blind provides. 

Cellular blinds, also referred to as honeycomb shades, are sold by many retailers. Cellular blinds are available in a variety of colours and designs. They are designed to allow a certain amount of light to enter into the room.  In addition, they can be designed to be raised and lowered in both directions. Some retailers stock motorised versions of these blinds, allowing for the lowering and raising of the blind at the touch of a button.

Blinds are becoming an increasingly popular choice for windows, they are easy to care for and take up less space than curtains. They come in a variety of colours and designs and can be easily matched to a home’s existing decor. Blinds are ideal for kitchens and bathrooms. Blinds are a common choice for the kitchen or bathroom, in which the window is usually found above a sink or worktop, rendering it difficult to reach. A motorised cellular blind is a wise option for rooms of this kind as the householder is not required to reach over worktops to operate the blind.

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