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How to Measure 

Double Roller Blind - Inside Mount

Ensure you have at least 100 mm depth inside your window recess to ensure a flush inside mount. 

In this video, Michael uses a Top Front Double Bracket in a Combination roll to show you how to measure your windows for an inside mounted Double Roller Blind.

Top Front Double Bracket

iseekblinds recommends that inside mounted roller blinds use the Top Front Double Bracket.  This bracket allows for 2 roll direction options.  

  • Front Rolled -  Both the top and rear blind are front rolled.  
  • Combination - The top blind is front rolled and the rear blind is back rolled.  The top front double bracket will keep your fabrics close together, with the front rolled feature of the top blind neatly completing the look.

Handy Hint: 

  • For bedrooms, iseekblinds recommends you use single roller blinds.  Inside mount your sunscreen blind and outside mount your block out blind.  This will provide you maximum privacy and room darkening.  Finish off your look with a stunning Pelmet 95!

Double Roller Blind - Outside Mount

The blind is attached on the outside to the architraves.

In this video, Michael demonstrates the simple process required to Measure your window for an Outside Mount Double Roller Blind, using the Top Back double bracket in a back rolled combination.

*Please note: iseekblinds will not make any deductions for Outside Mounted Blinds

Top Back Double Bracket

iseekblinds recommends that outside mounted roller blinds use the Top Back Double Bracket.    

  • Back Rolled -  Both the top and rear blind are back rolled.  This will ensure the fabric sits as close to the architrave as possible for greater light control and insulation.

Handy Hint: 

  • For bedrooms, iseekblinds recommends you use single roller blinds.  Inside mount your sunscreen blind and outside mount your block out blind.  This will provide you maximum privacy and room darkening. Finish off your look with a stunning Pelmet 95!

Blind Position

The rear blind is generally the sunscreen or light filtering blind, whereas the front blind is generally the  blockout or black out blind.  This means that the sunscreen or light filtering blind is closest to the glass providing protection against UV and glare, whilst the blockout blind can be moved up and down in the front position easily providing privacy and light control.

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