Double up – the trick to double brackets
All good things come in pairs.
One twin pole, peas and carrots and of course, roller blinds.
By doubling up on your roller blinds you’ll be achieving the ultimate in style and practicality. You can stay comfortable by utilising the option of full blockout during bedtime while also enjoying soft, diffused light during the day.
Each blind is controlled separately and can be used when needed.
The secret is in our double roller blind brackets.
Our brackets are 65 millimetres wide, so they can fit really flush within most window recesses, but they can also be fitted to the face of the window frame if need be.
Another benefit is the blinds actually sit on top of each other, rather than in-line with one another. This gives it a nice slimline profile, which is important as you don’t want your window to suddenly look overly busy.
By leaving a sunscreen roller blind at the back of the bracket, you’re able to constantly have privacy throughout the day, whilst also allowing soft light to enter the room.
When it’s time for bed, simply activate the front blockout roller blind for maximum privacy.
It’s the best of both worlds.
And if you’re after that final bit of added luxury – why not motorise?
By motorising your roller blinds you’ll ensure smooth and controlled operation allowing for maximum functionality and a longer lifespan of the product.
The Curtain & Blind Company offers a range of roller blinds, so you’ll find perfect options that suit your home decor.
Whether you want light filtering or full blockout options, you’ll find what you’re looking for on our roller blind product page.
Remember, double roller blinds could be a great option for you because:
- They offer the best of both worlds in terms of light management
- They can look sleek and fit in most window recesses
- They can still be motorised by maximum comfort and practicality.
For the ultimate control over light and views, double roller blinds are a hard act to follow.
To browse our range of roller blinds head to our product page