-A Vertical blind is made up of individual louvres or slats that clip on to a sliding track at the top and are joined together by weights and stabilising chains at the foot of the blind. Each slat hangs vertically and the entire blind is operated by a chain (or wand) and a separate cord. The chain (or wand) control is used to tilt and turn the slats while the cord control opens and closes the blind. Vertical blinds are available in a range of fabrics, colours and patterns to suit a wide variety of environments and interior styles.
Because Vertical blinds are made up of individual louvres, there is virtually no limit to how wide they can be made, so these blinds are ideal for large windows and patio doors that are too big to accommodate other blind types. But that’s not all, Vertical blinds are also perfect for curved and square bay windows, as well as other challenging spaces, including sloping and split drop windows. This is because the individual louvres can be cut to different lengths to perfectly fit the pitch of your window.