Electric roller blinds are a great way to provide shade and create privacy, but what if you want to make the most of the full height of your window when your blinds are open? Or maybe you want a smart finish without an unsightly roller bracket on show. These issues often raise the question of how to conceal the blinds when they are not in use.
Whether you want a standard window blind or a large roof lantern blind, we’re delighted to offer a choice of blind concealment options, including blind concealment pockets, fascias and ceiling recess solutions.
Here’s an overview of how best to conceal your electric roller blinds.
Concealed Fascia / Pelmet
The most straightforward way to conceal electric roller blinds is to use a fascia or pelmet that fits over the top of the blind, hiding the rolling mechanism and blind fabric from view when not in use. We provide custom-made fascias that can be colour matched to your blind fabric or window frame for a sophisticated and coordinated look.
Concealed Pocket or Box
The neatest way to conceal your electric roller blinds is to have a bespoke pocket / box fitted. This specially designed pocket hides the roller mechanism and allows the blind fabric to drop and rise through a narrow slot above the window. This is arguably the slickest and smartest blind concealment option available. Blind pockets or boxes can be attached to a wall. Or, if you’re planning a new build or renovation, we can work with contractors to have the pocket fitted into the ceiling for a flush finish. We’ll also liaise with electricians to make sure the power is in the correct place.
Concealed Ceiling Recess
If you are in the process of designing a new room or building, you may consider creating a built-in ceiling recess that your electric roller blinds can retract into. This is a simple yet smart way to conceal your blinds from view when they are not in use. Once you’ve chosen your electric blinds, our team will work with your architect or builder to create the best-sized recess. We’ll also liaise with electricians to ensure they install a suitable power source nearby.
Concealed Roof Lantern Blinds
If you have a glass roof that needs electric blinds, we also have solutions to hide it from view when you want to let as much light into your room as possible. Roof Lantern Blinds can be concealed into an adjacent wall or false ceiling using a pocket like the ones described above. We’ll work with architects to design the best option and liaise with builders to make sure the installation fits perfectly.
Find Out More
Our blind concealment options will hide your electric blinds from view when they are not in use. They are simple to fit, are customised to your exact specifications and have a smart and minimalist finish.
To find out more about concealment solutions for electric blinds speak to our friendly customer service team – call 02381 290120 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also find our Benefits of Concealed Blind Boxes blog of interest.