Ecclesbourne Interiors’ blinds are individual, handmade and good quality. Selecting us means choosing blinds for your home that will last, look fantastic and work well. Our bespoke blinds are affordable and will fit your windows and the style of your rooms better than ‘off the peg’ products.
Styles include the ever popular Roman and Roller blinds, as well as niche styles – the London and Swedish blinds. Choose from our stylish selection of fabrics, which cater for both contemporary and classic tastes. Our blinds are fully lined, complete with cords systems and they are ready to be hung and used straight away.
You are guaranteed to receive your made-to-measure blinds fabric blinds within 21 to 28 days, depending on fabric availability. Whilst our online store is being developed please contact us to ask for quotes and to place orders. If you would like a home or phone consultation, please see our design service section.
Venetian blinds can now be bought online
Ecclesbourne Interiors also stocks made to measure premium quality wooden and aluminium Venetian blinds in a range of sizes, finishes and colours, which you can order online today. See our selection of Venetian blinds online.
Follow our measuring guide
Spend some time carefully measuring your windows to ensure your blinds are the best possible fit. We recommend using a metal tape measure for greater accuracy.
There are two options for blinds, so you need to choose whether you’d like them to fit inside or outside the window recess. The recess must be at least 75mm (3”) deep to accommodate the blind mechanism.
Inside the recess
Measure the total width and length of the recess to the nearest millimetre. Do this at several points to account for any variation or irregularities in the window. Choose the narrowest and shortest measurements to ensure the blind fits inside.
Outside the recess
Decide how much you want the blind to overlap the recess on all sides. We recommend this should be at least 5cm (2”). For roller blinds add an extra 5cm (2”) to the width measurement to account for the operating mechanism. Record these measurements to the nearest millimetre.