What Is The Difference Between Pleated and Cellular Blinds?

Pleated and cellular blinds can seem similar and that is why many people can get them mixed up, but there is one key difference: a pleated blind is one layer of fabric folded in on itself, while a cellular blind is two layers of fabric that create a honeycomb shell. With a pleated blind, you will be able to see the visible string while on a cellular blind, this is hidden.

There are benefits to both, for example with a pleated blind, you can opt for an alternating pattern, giving you a unique design. With cellular blinds, you benefit from the honeycomb effect which creates a higher level of insulation, helping to keep your home warm.

Energy Efficient Blinds To Keep Your Home Insulated

If you struggle to keep heat in your home, one of our bespoke cellular blinds could be the solution. Made to measure to your home, these honeycomb shades help to insulate windows and make your home more energy efficient. The cell shapes work by holding trapped air to create a barrier and to help stop the heat escaping.

Made To Measure Bespoke Blinds

Like with our cellular blinds, our made to measure pleated blinds can be made to your measurements and are ideal for a range of different windows such as skylights, conservatory roofs, conservatory windows, doors as well as regular windows.

Our extensive choice of materials means you can choose a design to perfectly suit your home. We have provided pleated blinds across Essex for both commercial and domestic clients and we offer a range of customisable options.

As well as style, safety is key, which is why we also offer child-safety options for the blind string and you can also choose for your made to measure pleated blinds to be fully automated, so you can operate them at the touch of a button.

Our bespoke cellular blinds can be made in your fabric of choice to suit your home perfectly. We can provide either blackout or light filtering designs depending on the amount of light you want to allow in.

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