For those of you who aren’t familiar with what Zebra Blinds are, they are an innovative continuous roller blind with alternating stripes of sheer and opaque fabric, hence being named after our striped safari animal friends.
The beauty of these blinds is that they are essentially a 2-in-1 blind. You can control the light coming in, as well as controlling your privacy and also your view.
How do they work?
The continuous roller effectively gives you two layers of fabric, where you can adjust the blind so that different stripes of fabrics align exactly how you want. You might like to let the light in through the sheer stripes, or adjust it so that the opaque stripes line up giving you complete privacy.
These blinds are completely different to other more widely known window blinds, but they are beautifully unique and so very effective. They’ve been around for a long time, however many people don’t quite understand how they work, so they opt for something more familiar.
The clever design of these zebra blinds utilises a continuous loop of fabric which allows the layers to glide effortlessly alongside each other while offering so much more flexibility than other blinds.
Are there many options when it comes to Zebra Blinds?
Zebra blinds are a revolution when it comes to day & night blinds. Rather than all up or all down, or needing two separate window furnishings, these are an elegant and intuitive solution to managing light and privacy no matter the time of day. You can take your pick between light filtering or blockout zebra blinds, with more than 45 colours to choose from! Don’t forget that you can order up to 10 free fabric samples on the website to see how the different fabrics look in your own home before placing your order.
And when it comes to the DIY installation, it truly is a very simple process. It’s a matter of installing the brackets to your chosen location, clicking the blind into place (there’s easy to follow diagrams on the instructions too), and then securing the child-safety device for the chain control. That’s it!
Our lovely friends over at Making Home recently shared an article about our Zebra Blinds too, so if you’re wanting to read more, you can check out the article here.
And of course you can explore our full range of Zebra Blinds on our Tuiss website here.