Alternatives to Net Curtains

November 14th, 2015 in All About Blinds

See through blinds, net curtains, voiles. Whatever you call them, many of us have the traditional, ugly nets covering our windows just as they have done for years.

Now, we’re not haters of a lovely net of privacy, but having one piece suspended across that white wire doesn’t give you any control and is so outdated.

We’ve rallied up the troops to give you a guide to Alternatives to your net curtains.

 The Neat One

The biggest problem with nets that most people have, is that most of the time they don’t fit the window. They’re usually too big, too long or too wide, spilling over onto your window sill and look a little messy from the outside.

Our voile roller blinds are not only made to your exact measurements, but as they’re a roller blind, you can sit them at whatever height you like and they always look crisp.

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The Rustic One

Roman blinds always add that delicate touch to a home, with rustic country-cottage vibes across many of our fabrics and the voile roman blinds are no exception.

As with the roller blinds, they can be lifted all sorts of heights, but with the beautiful folds, they hold a delicate touch too.

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The Visionary One

If you’re looking to move away from traditional voiles altogether but still want to maintain your privacy, then we have some revolution designs to peak your interest, including the Enjoy Vision roller blinds.

Sheer strips alternate with solid colour blocks on a dual-roll of fabric, giving you three beautiful options; full open, open with privacy or fully closed.

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The Magical One

The whole reason to why most of us choice the net materials is to give our home a little more privacy, but sometimes it’s just not enough. This is where our Magic Screens come in.

With the magical material, these screens give you even better privacy during the day, without obscuring the view.

Please note though, that once the sun goes down and the lights come on, it’s best to use a secondary drape such as curtains as the effects of the Magic Screens can reverse.

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The Illusion

The newest one to join the crew of privacy heroes is the Illusion roller shade. The Illusion shades come from a similar family as the Enjoy Visions, but instead they have soft fabric vanes that suspend between two voiles.

When open, it appears like a venetian, and looks very similar to the Enjoy Vision when closed. Choose our dimout shades for a darker setting with the vanes closed.

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So there you have it- an easy guide to plenty of modern, rustic and stylish alternatives to net curtains.

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