Pleated blinds on the window frame
Made-to-measure pleated blinds for screwing, clamping or gluing
Pleated blinds are available in tensioned and free-hanging versions. If you would like to mount your pleated blind directly on the window frame, the tensioned version is recommended - it offers the advantage that the window sashes including the privacy screen can be tilted and opened without hindrance. In addition, the fabric can be moved freely from both the upper and lower ends. This allows you to flexibly position the pleated blind in front of the window.
Advantages of Pleated blinds on the window frame
- Made to measure
- For wide windows up to 1.8 metres
- Freely slidable in the window frame
- Also suitable for patio doors
- Mounting without drilling
- Ideal for special shapes and floor-to-ceiling windows
MHZ pleated blinds - fabric MANOLYA (4808)
MHZ pleated blinds - fabric AURELIA (4744)
MHZ pleated blinds - fabric ZARKO (4766)
MHZ pleated blinds - fabric STANLEY (4842)
MHZ pleated blinds - motif SADAKO (4917)
MHZ pleated blinds - fabric SIRIUS (4858)
MHZ pleated blinds - motif MELIKA (4922)
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Pleated or honeycomb blinds?
Pleated and honeycomb blinds are two types of internal privacy and sun protection, which are popular in many homes. Both have their own properties and advantages:
Pleated blinds or folding blinds are generally made from a length of fabric and have a concertina structure, which can be collapsed/folded together in even pleats. Made-to-measure MHZ pleated blinds are available in many colours and designs to cater for various styles. They provide a light to medium dim-out effect and are a handy way of keeping prying eyes at bay while also regulating the daylight in your rooms.
Honeycomb blinds have a special honeycomb pattern, which consists of two layers of fabric that are joined together. The layers form small honeycomb chambers that trap air and insulate against hot and cold. As a result, honeycomb blinds provide greater energy efficiency than pleated blinds and can help reduce heating costs. They are also available in various fabric types and colours and offer a light to medium dim-out function.