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Bedroom blind ideas

For a good night's sleep

Tara Hall

by Tara Hall

Product Innovations Expert

Published: 11/02/2016

Updated: 19/04/2022

Whether you're after practical solutions for better sleep or creating exclusive designer looks, we've got you covered. Explore our bedroom blind ideas and find out how we can help you find the perfect solution for your home.

bedroom with gold nexus brushed gold roman blinds

1. Blinds for multiple windows

For an alternative bedroom idea to curtains, choose a Roman blind. It will give you the same luxurious feel with a sleek and coordinated finish, which enhances the feeling of space.

Roman blinds come with a choice of linings too. Fully-lined as standard, you can upgrade to a thermal lining for extra warmth, choose a blackout lining to block out unwanted sunlight, or go for an interlining for a sumptuous feel.

A Grey Patterned Roller Blind in Silver in a one bed Bedroom

2. Bedrooms on a budget

Roller blinds are one of the smartest and simplest ideas to transform the look of your bedroom. There are so many fabulous colours, prints and patterns to choose from our bedroom blinds range, not to mention a wide variety of textures and fabrics, from recycled cotton to sheer, shimmer and lace.

They are also available in performance fabrics, including blackout, which gives you lots of options to create a distinctive look in every bedroom in the house, from master suites to guest bedrooms and nurseries. 

Ellwood Crystal White Wooden Blinds in a cream bedroom with a desk on he right side and a bed on the left.

3. Versatile Venetian blinds

Venetian blinds are great idea for creating a statement window or adding shimmer to a bedroom scheme.

Choose a soft sheen for an understated look, or go for a pearl or metallic finish for added glamour and wow-factor. And for a uniquely special feel, a sheer luxury finish will give your bedroom a luxurious look.

Alternatively, for a warm and welcoming look, try our range of Faux-Wood Venetian blinds for a practical solution that still oozes style.

Browse Venetian blinds
Reber Powder Blue vertical blinds in a cream bedroom. A bed on the right hand side with a mirror above it and a desk in the corner of the room.

4. Blinds for light and privacy control

Supremely practical and versatile, Vertical blinds are especially good for large windows and doors, but actually, look great in every style of window.

They come in a range of sheer and textured fabrics and prints that work particularly well in contemporary schemes, or in bedrooms where maximising light and maintaining privacy is important to you.

That’s because Vertical blinds give you great control over both, by allowing sunlight to gently filter through while keeping prying eyes out. 

Bedroom with two windows fitted with Wooden blinds in Lunarre Faux Wood

5. Make a chilly room feel cosy

If you love cosy schemes and textures, then you’ll love the rich tones of Wooden blinds.

Choose a natural wood finish for a warm and welcoming feel, or for a more contemporary look, go for a painted wooden blind in either a gloss or matt finish to match your scheme.

For a fun, quirky look, customise your wooden blinds with coloured tapes. Pick out a contrasting colour to create interest, or choose a geometric pattern or animal print to add a designer edge.  

white vertical blinds in a bedroom window

6. Blinds for bay windows

If your bedroom has a bay window, you may be wondering which blinds to choose. The good news is there are lots of suitable options.

Roman, Roller, Vertical, Venetian and Wooden blinds will all fit a bay window beautifully. For the best effect, fit a single blind to each pane of your bay window and fix your blinds within the recess. Alternatively, you can fit a single Vertical blind that follows the curve of your bay for a really neat finish.


7. Blinds for skylight windows

If you’ve used your loft space to create an extra bedroom you’ve probably installed skylights to maximise the light and space.

Roller blinds, Pleated blinds and Venetian blinds all look great in skylight windows because they’re so streamlined and neat. Plus, they can be matched with other blinds in the room, giving you a fully coordinated look.


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