Blinds for Bi-fold Doors
At John’s Blinds & Curtains, we have noticed that more customers are having Bi-fold doors installed in their homes and so we would like to show you the types of Blinds & Curtains we can offer you for your doors.
Perfect Fit Blinds
We manufacture our own Perfect Fit Blinds at our Wickford HQ and offer Pleated or Aluminum Venetian blind options. With frame colours coming in White, Brown, Anthracite, Black, Golden Oak, Mahogany and Grey, they can match most Bi-fold frame colours.
An alternative to Perfect Fit, we offer Pleated and Aluminum Venetian blind options. With Intu blinds the frames come in White, Brown and Anthracite and colours are limited to match Bi-fold door frames.
Not all Bi-fold doors can have Perfect Fit or Intu Blinds, due to the different types of handles on the doors. Not to worry, there is another option with Intu Micro Blinds. These are specially designed to go within the frames of each door and not stick out further than the door frame, allowing the doors to fully fold back on each other.
Motorised Roller Blinds
With automated blinds being controlled from either a remote control or an app, this option for Bi-fold doors eliminates the blind control chains hanging down. Plus having multiple Roller Blinds in a single cassette over the doors, looks amazing.
Motorised Vision Blinds (Day/Night)
Very similar to having multiple Roller Blinds, but with this option each blind has its own cassette.
These will gather to the side that all the doors move to when fully open and depending on the width of the blinds will be operated by a wand or with the traditional cord and chain. The latter option will be attached to the wall for child safety. The only down side is that the “stack” of the louvres when gathered maybe wider than the opened doors.
Wave curtains are a cool, contemporary way of dressing windows, ideal if you want a look that is simple, modern, and elegant. Wave curtains have no gathering, bunching or pleats across the top, just a sinuous curve, falling in fluid folds directly below the track. The curtains stack back neatly, and it’s a look that works in both contemporary and traditional interiors. Like all window treatments, they need attention to detail to look really good.