Are you looking for new blinds for your home? While this can seem like a simple task, it has actually become more complicated over the years. There is just so much choice now that it can be hard to know where to begin. From roller blinds and venetian blinds to skylight and vertical blinds; homeowners really are spoilt for choice.

Now, homeowners have another choice to make. They can now enjoy their favourite types of blinds motorised. This means that they are able to open and close all thanks to a motorised design. Let’s take a look at the types of motorised blinds that are available.

Motorised Roller Blinds

A lot of people choose motorised roller blinds because they like the attractive designs available. You can do more than just a colour that matches your décor. You can actually choose patterns and designs, with a lot more of a variety available compared to other blinds. Often, roller blinds are used in bedrooms because they can provide blackout conditions for sleeping, as well as offering complete privacy. When it comes to maintenance, there is minimal you have to do. What’s more, since they are motorised, they are effortless to operate.

What’s more, something that people love about motorised roller blinds is that it removes long cords and strings. This can often be a worry when you have small children and pets. But motorised roller blinds can be controlled by remote control or even be voice operated. Thus, there is no need for a cord. The motor is hidden in the roller blind tube so that it is not visible.

Motorised Roman Blinds

Next, there are roman blinds. When they are motorised, they are a lot easier to operate. You no longer have to do this manually, which you have to be careful to not ruin the material and design. Instead, a remote control is going to allow you to close the motorised roman blinds in the house.  You are not going to see the motor either since it is integrated in the roman blind track.

Motorised roman blinds are often chosen for privacy and style. In particular, being one piece of fabric allows for privacy at night when it gets dark. Being made of material means they have a soft look and you can choose the style that you love for your home. In particular, a lot of homeowners feel it adds a luxurious dressing to their windows. If you are someone that likes to sleep in darkness, motorised roman blinds can be made of a blackout material.

Motorised Venetian Blinds

One of the most popular options when it comes to blinds is venetian blinds. Homeowners love how much control they have over their privacy, as well as allowing in light to their home. For instance, you can choose to have them covering your whole window or pull them up to allow natural daylight in. Alternatively, you can move the slats to allow you to see out but nobody to see in. What’s more, there is now the choice between wooden or faux wood venetian blinds.

The introduction of motorised venetian blinds will make your life so much easier. You can look forward to all of these advantages, as well as many more. The motor is going to be hidden within the blind track. This means that you can enjoy a sleek and slender design. What’s more, you are able to use a remote control to close or open the blinds, plus link them to any third-party home automation system.

Motorised Vertical Blinds

Do you have long windows or patio doors and are looking for some privacy? Then the best thing for your home is going to be motorised vertical blinds. They are going to provide an effective and stylish window covering that is going to allow some privacy but still allow light into your home. This is all thanks to the vertical louvres, with a huge range of colours and designs. Vertical blinds are popular for all rooms in the home, such as the dining room, living room and bedroom.

When it comes to motorised vertical blinds, your life just got a whole lot easier. No longer worry about having to close or open all of the blinds. This is something that becomes a chore when you have a lot of windows. But, the motorisation means that you no longer have to do this manually. The motor is hidden behind the head rail of the blind too, so you can still enjoy a slim and sleek design.

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