Blindspace concealing solutions make blinds and curtains disappear. The size of the box required depends on the type and size of the blinds to be fitted. You need to have specified your blinds to ensure the correct box is selected. We supply and install the products bellow:
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Blindspace blind box profiles may be used to hide any form of blind in any sort of window. Blindspace’s innovative design gives millimetre precision and a better completed look than standard building methods, while saving you time in both design and installation.
Blindspace concealing systems hide blinds and curtains. Their products are intended to suit any size window or skylight and may be fitted in any orientation. A high level of detail guarantees that the integration is smooth, resulting in a future-proof look.
Concealing Blinds in Windows & Doors
Blinds can be hidden behind a wall or in the ceiling, with the blind gap facing the window or the room. In windows and doors, the most usual arrangement is to utilise a headbox alone; however, in spaces where blackout shades may be required, Blindspace side boxes and bottom boxes are also widely employed.
Bottom-up blinds can also be used to conceal wiring or cover side channels in windows and gables with or without side boxes.
Blinds should be put as near to the window as feasible to prevent gaps on the blind’s sides. This increases seclusion, reduces light entering the area, and circulates warm air around the space. Gaps may be avoided and complete darkness obtained using Blindspace side boxes.
When setting the blind gap near to the window, it is critical to account for protruding door and window handles.
Concealing Blinds in Skylights
Skylight blinds can be hidden within or beneath the load-bearing structure that houses the skylight. Blindspace boxes can be fitted on one, two, three, or all four sides of a skylight, depending on the glass design and blind.
The most typical layout has deeper boxes on two sides for blind hardware and shallower boxes along the sides for blind side channels and cables.
Blinds should be installed as near to the window as possible to reduce the quantity of hot air trapped between the blind and the window. As a result, the most frequent installation is with the blind gap facing the window.
Some people like to place Blindspace boxes as near to the room as feasible, with the blind gap facing the room, to create a false ceiling when the blind is deployed.