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A pleated blind ready to be hung
Someone is measuring the pleated blind
SCHOTTIS pleated blind placed sideways inside the window frame
The no drill blind
A SCHOTTIS pleated blind gives you more privacy and less glare in seconds. You just cut it to the right size and tape it to your window frame. It comes with clips so you can open it as much as you want. You can even place it sideways, like we’ve done on the left.
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Pleated blind pulled down to keep out the sunlight
See your screen on sunny days
It’s not just vampires that have problems with sunlight. But a thin blind like SCHOTTIS cuts glare on your computer or TV. So you can get on with your work or watch spooky films in the daylight when it’s safer.
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Close-up of fabric loops on a curtain and a curtain rod
Different ways to hang
EIVOR curtains have a slotted heading as well as these fabric loops. Using the slotted heading gives a frilly look to the top of the curtain. Using the loops produces big, generous folds and makes pulling the curtains easier.
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  HUGAD Curtain rod ¥ 35.00
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HUGAD Curtain rod ¥ 35.00
Curtain rod
¥ 35.00
Min. length: 210 cm, Max. length: 385 cm, Diameter: 28 mm
MALM Desk with pull-out panel ¥ 799.00
Desk with pull-out panel
¥ 799.00
Width: 151 cm, Depth: 65 cm, Height: 73 cm