Stunning Panel Glide Blinds on the Central Coast
As a modern alternative to vertical blinds, panel glide blinds move effortlessly through multiple tracking channels with the use of a smooth operating wand that eliminates the need for chains and safety devices and enhances the sleek elegance of this simplistic blind.
Designed to open at the left, right or centre, panel glide blinds are the ideal window covering solution for sliding doors and large windows, and the perfect choice for an inexpensive room divider.
When open, the panels stack neatly behind each other, sliding them closed creates a complete fabric display used to control privacy and light filtration.
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Benefits of Panel Glides
Panel Glide Blinds are the ultimate in functionality and style when you have large glass areas to dress.
Sliding smoothly across the track, the simplicity of the panel glide ensures ease of operation and is suitable for a variety of applications.
With a vast array of fabric and design options, together with being compact and tidy - the panel glide will perfectly fulfil all of your light, sun and privacy requirements.
Plain Panel Glide blinds have a simple yet elegant design, allowing for the fabric to become the feature of this practical yet stylish blind.
Sewless Panel Glide blinds have an aluminium extrusion on the back into which the fabric is tucked, creating a tuck line at the front. The extrusion is not visible from the front of the fabric panel, which created a simple and elegant style.
Plantation Panel Glide blinds used timber battens to accessorise the panels by fastening the battens to the front and back of the fabric panel much like the effect of a Roman Plantation Blind. This means that you can combine products in the same room and still keep the same look. The timber battens are available in a wide range of painted and stained finishes to enhance the fabric colour and texture. Place timber battens onto the panels to provide strength and stability to the fabric panel, helping it hang straight and flat.
Coordinate with a valance to enhance your panel glide and complete the look.