- Product Details
Bring a little of the outdoor world inside with this warm and welcoming fabric. Acacia Forest is a mid green plain fabric, that will transport you to forest glades, scented pines and evergreens rustling in the breeze. With just a touch of yellow to keep it the lighter side of an olive shade of green, it's bright and fresh without being overly bold or loud but is still striking enough to be used as a real feature focus of colour. A real workhorse of a fabric, this colour can be used throughout your home, and will complement so many different styles and settings.
- Included as standard:
- Reverse roll or standard roll header, BLOC Aluminium frame available in silver or white, Spring operating system & operating handle
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- 100% Polyester
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We take the greatest of care to make sure that your gorgeous made-to-measure blinds look and fit exactly as they should. And because we want you to be completely satisfied with your BLOC skylight blinds, we offer a full 12-month warranty which starts the moment your products are fitted. That’s our promise to you that you’re investing in a quality product that’s made to the highest specifications. As part of your warranty we promise to repair or replace any faulty goods free of charge.
- Cleaning Tips
To keep your skylight blinds free of dust and debris, lightly vacuum your blinds with the upholstery attachment of a hand-held vacuum cleaner, but only if you can safely reach your blinds.
Cleaning light stains
For light stains, use a lint-free cloth to carefully wipe the stain with clean, warm water. Once the stain has lifted, rinse and re-apply if necessary. For stubborn stains, repeat the process above but add a little soap to the warm water. Only attempt to clean your skylight blinds if you can safely do so.
Cleaning your skylight window and frame
To clean your skylight window, make sure your blind is fully open so that you can easily reach the glass and frame. The easiest way to clean your glass is with a clean cloth and a non abrasive glass cleaning solution. If you can safely reach, you should also wipe the frame of your blind and windows with a clean duster or slightly damp cloth.
- Child Safety
Skylight blinds are operated using a spring system which means there are no operating cords or chains. This makes skylight blinds inherently child safe add as such, no additional child safety devices are required.
Do skylight blinds fit VELUX® windows?
Our skylight blinds are designed to fit nearly all types of skylight window, including VELUX®, DAKSTRA®, FAKRO®, ROOFLITE®, ROTO®, KEYLITE® and more. If you don’t know the make of your skylight window, request an in-home appointment and your local advisor will be able to tell you whether our skylight blinds are compatible with your specific window during your appointment.
What type of blinds can I have in a skylight window?
Almost all of our Roller blind fabrics can be made-to-measure for skylight windows. Your advisor will be able to tell you whether or not your chosen fabric is suitable. And because there are so many fabrics to choose from, you can coordinate your skylight Roller blinds with the Roller blinds at your windows for a coordinated look.
Can I get blackout blinds for skylight windows?
Our Roller blind fabric collection includes specialist blackout fabrics that help to reduce the amount of light coming into your room. This is especially useful for loft bedrooms where excess light and heat can be challenging. In addition to specialist blackout fabrics, our skylight window blinds include brush seals which create a barrier between the blind and the window frame, further helping to block unwanted light and reduce heat loss.
How do I control hard-to-reach skylight blinds?
To help control hard-to-reach skylight blinds, we offer dual purpose telescopic poles in two length options. These can be used to open and close both your blinds and your window.