Bay windows lend themselves to blinds of any style as long as the bay contains flat sections.
Vertical blinds are the only blinds that can be fitted in curved bay windows. The vertical blind track will need to be bent according to the measurements of your bay at the factory.
Romans are a more luxurious style of blind, as they are produced from soft furnishing fabrics that are also used for curtains.
They are the most popular style of blind used inside a bay window, especially when teamed with full length dressed curtains fitted across the front of the bay.
A blackout lining option is also available for Roman blinds, making them an ideal choice for bedrooms.
This type of blind is best used in a larger length window, as the blind open in a series of concertina folds and in smaller windows this may significantly reduce the daylight levels in the room.
Roller blinds are the most economical form of blind, as well as being the easiest to fit and are available in large range of colours and paterns.
They make a perfect choice, especially for small windows or in rooms with a limited floor area, letting in the maximum light as they literally roll up forming a tight cylinder at the top of the window.
This style of blind can quickly transform a room, being ideal for matching your decor in harmony with the changing seasons.
Blackout roller blinds are particularly useful when used in bedrooms, where daylight may affect your sleep patterns, or disrupt children's summer bedtime.
Vertical blinds are an extremely versatile choice, being ideal for windows of any size, as well as patio and sliding doors. When used in bay windows, they are a modern, efficient, space saving treatment.
They stack neatly to the side when not in use, but will fully cover the window when required, offering maximum privacy and security.
Vertical blinds can be made from a variety of high tech fabrics and can be treated with special finishes to cope with the demands made on them from rooms with a south facing elevation, temperature, humidity and the general wear and tear of day-to-day living. Fire resistant finishes are available to comply with regulations in offices and public buildings.
For the ultra modern look, ideal for contemporary minimalist interiors, especially in one of the metallic finishes.
This style of blind is a 21st century answer to net curtains, as the finite adjustment to the angle of the slats offer privacy, whilst still allowing a degree of light to enter the room.
The metal venetian is a very popular blind for bay windows, as they can be adjusted to close exactly where required, so ornaments, plants and other objects can remain in place on the bay window sill, even with the blinds closed.
Wooden venetian blinds introduce the warm, welcoming look of natural wood, whilst offering the benefit of a high level of privacy and light control.
If your room has a wooden or wood laminate floor, matching the colour of the flooring with the bay window blind will create a harmonious look, adding a visual dimension to the room as the colours flow together.
Available in a wide variety of wood shades and stains, you will find a close match to most traditional and modern wood finishes in the home.