Face Fit Corner Blinds
It’s important you consult and follow each products individual measuring section.
A. For Face mount measure from the corner to the outer edge of the architrave as shown in the diagram. Measure blinds A across the outside face of the corner window, along the surface to which the blinds will be fitted. Add the necessary amount if your blind is going past the architrave on the outer edge (depends on what product you selected, again consult each products measuring section, generally only verticals, romans, and curtains go past the architraves).
B. Measure for the Butting blind exactly the same as in step A.
Then subtract the amount below on the width in mm from your measurement of the Butting Blind only.
Roller Blind (Face Fit):
Deduct 85mm off the width of the butting Roller Blind
Double Roller Blinds (Face Fit):
Deduct 100mm off the width of the butting Double Roller Blind
Wooden and PVC Venetians (Face Fit):
Deduct 80mm off the width of the butting Venetian Blind
Aluminium Venetians (Face Fit):
deduct 40mm off the width of the butting blind for 25mm slats
deduct 80mm off the width of the butting blind for 50mm slats
deduct 103mm off the width of the butting Vertical blind with 89mm slats
deduct 135mm off the width of the butting Vertical blind with 127mm slats
Deduct your bracket projection in mm (For adjustable brackets, deduct the smallest amount) from the butting track width, then deduct a further 5mm. Your track can be cut by hand with a hacksaw very easily if does not by any chance come to the correct width.
deduct 50mm off the width of the butting blind
For all butting blinds that are going up into a corner Pelmet, deduct a further 5mm from above values
An Example for Roller Blinds:
Blind A is 2000mm and is the through blind
Blind B is 2000mm and is the butting blind
We need to deduct 85mm on the width from butting blind B
2000-85mm = 1915mm
Blind A width is 2000mm
Blind B width is 1915mm