Dining Room Blinds

Roller blinds are the ideal way to bring a chic and sophisticated look to your dining room windows. Choose a soothing neutral plain to keep things calm and relaxing, a textured fabric for a more natural and organic look or add a fabulous pop of colour with a contemporary or vintage patterned or printed fabric design.

Wooden blinds perfectly combine the beauty of the natural world with the all the practicality and functionality you get with a venetian. They allow you to precisely control both privacy and sunlight at the windows. Choose from a wide range of contemporary painted finishes and timeless natural wood grains and textures.

Keep your home beautifully shaded with our luxurious collection of custom-made blackout blinds. They offer complete protection from the sunlight and their thermally efficient backing helps to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter and come in a wide range of beautiful colours, styles and designs.

Our luxurious made to measure vertical blinds are the perfect choice for patio doors, French windows and larger windows. Their louvres can be rotated to almost any angle to precisely control the amount of light and privacy in the room. They’re available in a beautiful collection of stylish colours, textures and designs.

Bring a touch of luxury to your home with our stylish collection of custom-made roman blinds. Their cosy looks and timeless elegance make them the perfect sumptuous shading solution for any dining or eating room. With a wide variety of beautiful soft fabrics to choose from, there is a design to suit any style of interior.

For a timeless yet contemporary way to dress your windows, our collection of high-quality venetian blinds is the ideal choice. Choose from a wide selection of beautiful colours and textures to create the perfect look for your room. They give you excellent control over both sunlight and privacy allowing you to shade your home in style.

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What are the best blinds for a dining room?

Advice on the best blinds for a dining room can be hard to come by, as dining rooms can be a bit difficult to style and their blinds are often considered to be an afterthought to other rooms such as the living room, particularly if the two rooms are connected or only separated by a partition.

Dining rooms often have large windows or patio doors too, which can make getting off-the-peg dining room blinds challenging, greatly limiting your choices.

However, made-to-measure blinds for the dining room generally cost far less than you might expect if you run the numbers, usually falling squarely in the middle of the average price range for mass-produced blinds but with far better quality. They also ensure that your dining room blinds fit the window they’re intended for perfectly, even if your windows are large, odd-shaped, or very high or long.

Vertical blinds for dining rooms tend to be the best choice for big, tall windows or patio doors, and they can also make your room look higher and larger due to the visual impact of their vertical louvres, which can help to change the perspective if your dining room otherwise looks narrow or a little cramped.

The louvres of vertical blinds offer a high level of light and privacy control too, and come in UV-resistant solar control fabrics to help to protect your furniture and décor from fading over time in dining rooms with large windows that admit a lot of sunlight.

For regular sized and shaped dining room windows, you can consider all of the same options that are a good match for living rooms, including roller blinds, Venetian blinds, and wooden blinds.

Those top-tier Roman blinds are not out of the question for the last word in dining room elegance either; and could be the perfect backdrop for your intimate supper soiree with the neighbours, or if you’re inviting Mrs. Bucket over for luncheon.