Honeycomb Blinds are a superior insulating blind that helps to keep your home cooler in summer and warmer in winter. When it comes to updating your window coverings, Honeycomb Blinds are a popular solution. Below is a simple design guide for everything you need to know about Honeycomb Blinds and useful tips and tricks to help you customise your Honeycomb Blind to your home and lifestyle.
Honeycomb Blind Benefits and Features
- Superior energy efficient properties with a cellular structure that traps air and creates a barrier between inside and out
- Excellent sound absorption properties helping to dampen sounds from outside and inside the home
- Wide variety of models and mounting options to suit an array of window and door type
- Offer UV protection for flooring and furniture
- Small stack height allowing for an unobstructed clear view and lightweight operation
Honeycomb Blind Models
Honeycomb Blinds are one of the most versatile window covering solutions as they offer the unique cellular structure in a variety of models. With such a diverse range of models to choose from, depending on your needs and wants for the window coverings, Honeycomb Blinds are a popular solution for homes.
Corded Honeycomb Blinds are an easy to use blind with a lightweight design. Corded Honeycomb Blinds come in Standard Bottom Up, Top Down Bottom Up, Day Night and Cordloop. Each model offers great benefits and different functionality. Each Corded Honeycomb Blind model comes with either a safety guide or cleat to ensure the cords can be kept out of the way of small children and pets.
Cordless Honeycomb Blinds are another popular solution with no dangling cords used to operate the blind, making them a suitable solution for homes with small children and pets. Using small handles attached to the rails, Cordless Honeycomb Blinds come in Standard Bottom Up, Top Down Bottom Up, Day Night, SmartFit Top Down Bottom Up and Skylight.
Vertical Honeycomb Blinds are the perfect solution for sliding doors or large openings, with a width span of up to 7.4 metres. Gliding on a track at the top of the blind, the Vertical Honeycomb Blind is cordless, using a handle that attaches to the moveable rail and come in a variety of different stack options; left stack, right stack or centre opening.
Honeycomb Blind Fabrics
Light Filter Honeycomb Blind fabric offers the best of both worlds when it comes to insulation and privacy. The Light Filter fabric allows an ambient level of light to filter through the blind fabric whilst offering 100% privacy, all throughout the day and night. The Light Filter fabric comes in both single cells 25mm and 45mm and double cell 45mm.
Blockout Honeycomb Blinds are the best option for full privacy and to completely blockout light. Blockout Honeycomb Blinds are also the premium solution for insulating your home. The Blockout fabric has a foil lining inside the cells which helps to create an effective barrier between inside and out. The Blockout fabric comes in both single cells 25mm and 45mm and double cell 45mm.
Sheer Honeycomb Blind fabric is used as the ‘Day’ fabric in the Day Night Honeycomb Blinds and comes in single cells 25mm and 45mm. The Sheer fabric offers UV protection for furniture and flooring and allows light to flood the space. This is a great solution when paired with a Blockout fabric as this gives you the best of both worlds when it comes to lighting and privacy control.
What you need to know
Honeycomb Blinds unique cellular structure will help to protect your home against unwanted solar heat gain in summer and heat loss in winter. This helps to make for a comfortable living environment all year round and substantially reduce your reliance on heating and cooling appliances, helping you to save up to 34% on your energy bills.
Cleaning Honeycomb Blinds
Cleaning Honeycomb Blinds is a simple process and below are a few easy to follow tips to help you along the way.
- Regular dusting of your Honeycomb Blinds will help to prolong their lifespan. Using a feather duster, microfibre cloth or the soft brush head on the vacuum, simply start from the top and work your way to the bottom cleaning from left to right. Ensure the fabric is in the down position so you can clean both the front and back and remember to clean inside the cells. To clean inside the cells, simply run the soft brush head of the vacuum down each side of the blind to suck anything out.
- If you have a stain on the Honeycomb Blind fabric, firstly try dabbing the stain with a damp cloth. If this does not remove the stain, try a gentle dishwashing liquid in some warm water and dab the stain. Avoid using harsh chemicals that contain bleach to prevent discolouration to the blind fabric.