Roller blind in brown plant. CAN BE SHIPPED FROM MID APRIL. This beautiful and completely unique blind is woven from threads from the stalk of the jute plant. Together, the weave of the jute threads and the fine white threads form a very special striped pattern. When the curtain is rolled out, it is almost invisible, but it shows up in different light and when you look at it up close. The roller blind gives a beautiful and natural look to the home, and creates warmth and coziness in all rooms.
This curtain has a light blocking factor of 75%. The curtains are divided into four categories according to how much sunlight they block: 25%, 50%, 75% and 98%.
Measure: You can adjust the size by using a small saw or scissors. If you rather have it professional trimmed this is possible for 40 euro (each blind) and takes 3 weeks longer then the usual delivery time.
NOTE: DELIVERY TIME IS 7 DAYS.
The standard measurement of a blind is the measurement of the actual bamboo blind from edge to edge. The fixture then measures another 2 cm. If you want the blinds to hang inside a window frame, and if you do not want a roll at the bottom, then subtract 2 cm from the length of the blinds.
For example: The window frame measures 150 cm from top to bottom. The blinds must be cut at 148 cm if you would like them to hang freely without being rolled up at all.
If you would like the blinds to hang within the window frame and go all the way to the edges width-wise, subtract 0.5 cm from the measurements of the window frame on each side.
About the designer:
Color&Co is a Danish company founded by 2 sisters who wishes to contribute toward a more environmentally-friendly world, and to create the best conditions for future generations. They are passionate about sustainability, which is expressed in our products. They offer products in a Scandinavian style and quality. The products help create a simple but decorative and warm expression.
All our roller blinds conform to EU child safety directive EN 13120. The purpose of this safety standard is to minimise the risk that children are seriously injured by the cord.