Ikea Roller Shades

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Ikea Roller Shades

Blinds: something for everyone We’ve got a whole range of well-designed and affordable blinds just waiting to be discovered in your local IKEA store. Our stock has been selected to provide you with the most popular styles around, giving you a choice of roller blinds, black out blinds and even the classic venetian blind. Whichever style you choose you’ll find your new blind has been designed to easily fit to most window sizes, making it easier than ever to chop and change as you feel. We have blinds in different colors and styles, so there really is something for everyone. Blinds to suit your needs At IKEA, we cater not just for different styles of homes and tastes, but also for families. The ENJE roller blind uses light filtering materials to let you watch your favorite films without unnecessary glare, and the LINDMON Venetian blind has adjustable slats, allowing you to control how much light to let into your room. Our EIVOR roller blind was designed with safety in mind, combining an easy-to-fit blind with a wall fitting for the cord, keeping it out of reach of children. Whatever your needs, we’ve got the blind for you.

Ikea Roller Shades

At IKEA, we cater not just for different styles of homes and tastes, but also for families. The ENJE roller blind uses light filtering materials to let you watch your favorite films without unnecessary glare, and the LINDMON Venetian blind has adjustable slats, allowing you to control how much light to let into your room. Our EIVOR roller blind was designed with safety in mind, combining an easy-to-fit blind with a wall fitting for the cord, keeping it out of reach of children. Whatever your needs, we’ve got the blind for you.

Ikea Roller Shades

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Blinds to suit your needs At IKEA, we cater not just for different styles of homes and tastes, but also for families. The ENJE roller blind uses light filtering materials to let you watch your favorite films without unnecessary glare, and the LINDMON Venetian blind has adjustable slats, allowing you to control how much light to let into your room. Our EIVOR roller blind was designed with safety in mind, combining an easy-to-fit blind with a wall fitting for the cord, keeping it out of reach of children. Whatever your needs, we’ve got the blind for you.

Ikea Roller Shades

I want to point out the nice flexible design on this hardware. That you can attach them at the top or sides means the blind width does not have to exactly match. If your windows are, say, 24″ wide you could hang the 23″ Enje from the top, and the 1/2″ space on either side would not look weird. You’ve got some wiggle room. Step 3: Measure the roller shade with the hardware on and note how many inches the hardware takes up. I’m measuring 3/4″ on the right and 1/4″ on the left. But Ikea changes their products from time to time so do not rely on my measurements. Right side is 3/4″

Ikea Roller Shades

We’ve got a whole range of well-designed and affordable blinds just waiting to be discovered in your local IKEA store. Our stock has been selected to provide you with the most popular styles around, giving you a choice of roller blinds, black out blinds and even the classic venetian blind. Whichever style you choose you’ll find your new blind has been designed to easily fit to most window sizes, making it easier than ever to chop and change as you feel. We have blinds in different colors and styles, so there really is something for everyone.

Ikea Roller Shades

Blinds: something for everyone We’ve got a whole range of well-designed and affordable blinds just waiting to be discovered in your local IKEA store. Our stock has been selected to provide you with the most popular styles around, giving you a choice of roller blinds, black out blinds and even the classic venetian blind. Whichever style you choose you’ll find your new blind has been designed to easily fit to most window sizes, making it easier than ever to chop and change as you feel. We have blinds in different colors and styles, so there really is something for everyone.

Ikea Roller Shades

“I never get tired of the blue sky.” -Vincent van Gogh ***** We installed cordless shades in Sweet P’s bedroom this morning. It was time. We’ve been sporting paper privacy shades on all of our windows since we moved in almost a year and half ago, so it was fun to finally put up something a little more durable less paper-y on two of them.

Ikea Roller Shades

My hardware takes up 1″ altogether. Given my window boxes are 18″ wide and subtracting an additional 1/4″ for give, I cut roller, rail, and fabric 16-3/4″ and that worked out perfectly for my 18″ width windows.

I’d pinterested a pin to this link/tutorial some time ago, which showed how to customize a cheap roller shade. Which is exactly what I did. Except instead of fabric, I just used an old shower curtain. Here is how I did it. 

I searched online for the best-rated fabric glue. Turns out it is Unique Stitch Adhesive ($6.25 a tube on Amazon.) I was pretty impressed with the results. Now, all you have to do is line up the bottom with the seam of your shower curtain (if there is one.) Then unroll the roller shade all the way out (cutting for length if you need to-I did!) Then you glue your fabric all the way around, leaving an inch or so on each corner. It dries super fast, but I gave it about 30 minutes in between drying and hanging.

ariopecaro April 5, 2016 at 7:36 am The blind looks fantastic! I’m looking for new kitchen blinds at the moment too, so I’ll check on google. Also I want to find graphic roller blinds ..

ROLL IT Roller blinds for windows, to give a bit of nature with the pattern. Or hang in a room as a room divider. Your home, your choice.

Roller blinds for windows, to give a bit of nature with the pattern. Or hang in a room as a room divider. Your home, your choice.

They go by the name Bruddans, and I *think* they’re only available in Ikea stores…not online. They were $29.99 each for the 30″ wide size we needed, and they did have narrower and wider sizes that were priced a little less and a little more.

I saw these at the local Ikea today. I’m also wanting something that opens from the top. I’m playing with the thought of installing them upside down, to the windowsill, and maybe creating a pulley system for the top to open an close them.

If you have non-standard size windows like we do, custom window treatments can cost upwards of $400 per window. You’d be hard pressed to find something more suitable than the IKEA, even at bespoke prices.

It’s only every once in a while that we feel like we need to cover up the upper halves of our windows, so these pull-down shades will do just the trick when (and if) we decide to pull them down. Also, I just wanted to mention that although the package says they’ll extend down 64″, we found that you reeeeally have to pull on them to get them to go down that far. It almost felt like they weren’t meant to go down quite that far. They sort of worked themselves back up to about 53″ and stayed at that height til we pushed them back up. I hope that makes sense.

I was SO excited to read this post! We bought a tiny fishing cabin a year ago that we gutted and “fixed up”, (…with LOTS of inspiration coming from you and your Tybee Island makeovers!). We have six small bedroom windows that face the river, and I had left them window-treatment-less because I loved waking up to the sunshine, water, and the birds. We found out that there are lots of folks out there that like to take midnight pontoon rides, and I decided we needed something to cover the windows for night privacy. I just didn’t want something that would take away from our fun view during the day. These shades look like the perfect solution and the price makes them even better.

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