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Triangular & Apex style blinds

Bespoke blinds can be made and fitted to virtually any angular shaped window, covering apexes, trapezium shapes and classic triangles.

The cellular blind option means that the whole blind will retract up to the top slope, opening up your window so the view is totally unobscured. We only offer motorised versions of our cellular blinds. This fabric can be blackout or non-blackout and has good thermal properties.

Sloped venetian blinds will have their slats handcrafted to the angle of their head rail. This means that the slats will tilt from the open position to, either, backwards away from the room or forwards into the room. True triangle Venetian blinds with only 3 sides will NOT have a raise/lower function, they will only tilt. Trapezium shaped blinds will raise up to the point where the slope begins and no further.


  • 25mm Blackout/Non-blackout Cellular blinds
  • 25mm Aluminium Venetian blinds
  • 50mm Wooden Venetian blinds
  • 89mm Vertical blinds
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Triangular & Apex style shutters

There are various shutter options for triangular and apex style windows. We offer 3 different material ranges including hardwood, ABS high-grade plastic and our top of the range White Teak. There are 50 standard colours to choose from with 23 paint colours and 27 wood stains but of course the shutters can be custom-sprayed to virtually any colour of your choice.

All angled shutter panels can be motorised using our Powermotion solar-powered motor and award winning remote handset and as with all shutters there are 5 different louvre widths to choose from depending on the size and style of your window.


  • 3 different material ranges including Hardwood, ABS and our top of the range White Teak
  • Over 50 standard colours - painted & stained
  • 5 louvre widths - 47mm, 63mm, 76mm, 89mm & 114mm
  • Manully operated or motorised
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Triangular shapes include

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Triangular blinds and shutters can be motorised or have manual controls.