Shaped Blinds and Shutters
We specialize in blinds and shutters for difficult to cover windows including angled, apex, gable end, odd shaped and triangular windows. That is why our specialist design and fitting service ensures that you will get the very best quality blinds, each and every one individually designed and custom-made to fit the unique specifications of your windows.
Signature Blinds specialise in the manufacture and fitting of blinds and plantation shutters’s for shaped windows. Most awkward shaped windows can be dressed to enhance both their shading and privacy without loosing their essential design element. Our pleated or duette blinds can be blackout or translucent and come in a variety of colours. Our shaped venetian blinds can fit any curved or arched window.
Our Plantation Shutters can be manufactured to fit almost any shape. They are also an ideal solution for any awkward shaped windows in bedrooms as they give very good dim-out. Signature Blinds and Shutters have fitted plantation shutters to many triangular attic bedroom windows.
We also have a range of Motorized Blind options for particularly tall shaped windows. These windows can sometimes be dealt with by using cord-operated blinds3
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Can’t recommend Signature Blinds highly enough
Majella Mulroy December 2018
From consultation to fitting my experience was excellent
Sonia Duffy April 2019
Thank you for a 5 star job
Rita Banks May 2019
“Quote Was Non-Comparable”
Patricia Byrne - Guckian - March 2013
Professional Polite Service
Marcus- Dunlaoighre May 2019
Excellent Job Done
Mark and Keith did a fab job
“Would Thoroughly Recommend”
Just got our second job done of Signature
I can honestly say these guys are absolutely brilliant,
The fit is absolutely unreal
Nicky Carthy November 2018
“Professional, Reliable and Efficient”
Cathy Smith - December 2014
“Love My Shutters”
“Can’t Get Over Transformation”
Andrea McCarthy – January 2013
“Great Guy & Company To Deal With”
Linda Cummins – March 2011