Blinds Or Curtain Help Please

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  1. Yorick

    Yorick Funster

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    I've just had a huge window fitted in the side door and it gives much better vision. Will be great when in Europe.

    It's quite dark outside but can still see in a bit. So want summat to keep out nosey buggers.


    Just summat plain and simple.

    Cheers
     

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    I would go for blind or some serious tinting. Curtains could get in the way, get damp or dirty very easily with the door going back and forward. Curtains could I suppose be used if not attached to the actual door.
     
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    Cheers. Any good blind suppliers?
     
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    If you are close to an ikea they do sun blind called schottis it like a type paper feel but 100% polyester it white pleated drop down. No fixings req just stick on can cut to size etc hold up with a clip. They are about £2.75 if they get messed up just replace. We have used them for temp window covers in loads places they let in light but you can't see through. And the actually look quite smart. :) got them on our french doors at moment to stop utiliy room getting too hot for dogs.
     
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