Blinds for triangle windows

triangle blind

Honeycomb blinds, also known as cellular shades, can be customized to fit a variety of window shapes and sizes, including triangle windows. Taylor and Stirling now manufacture these in Australia. However, there are some considerations to keep in mind:

  1. Customization: Triangle windows often require custom-made blinds to fit their unique shape accurately. You’ll need to provide precise measurements, including the width at the top and bottom of the window, as well as the height along the sloped side.
  2. Specialty Shapes: Many manufacturers offer specialty-shaped honeycomb blinds designed specifically for triangle, arched, or other non-standard windows. These blinds are tailored to the unique dimensions of the window and provide a neat, tailored appearance.
  3. Mounting Options: Depending on the design of your triangle window, you may have different mounting options for the blinds. Inside mount blinds fit within the window frame, while outside mount blinds are installed above or outside the frame. The best option depends on the specific configuration of your window and your preferences.
  4. Operation: Consider how you want to operate the blinds on your triangle window. Cordless or motorized options may be more convenient for hard-to-reach areas or for maintaining a clean appearance without visible cords.
  5. Light Control and Insulation: Honeycomb blinds are known for their excellent light control and insulation properties. Choose a fabric opacity and cell size that suits your preferences for light filtration and energy efficiency.
  6. Professional Installation: Due to the unique shape and mounting requirements of triangle windows, professional installation may be advisable to ensure proper fit and functionality of the honeycomb blinds.

In summary, honeycomb blinds can indeed work on triangle windows with proper customization and installation. Consider consulting with a window treatment specialist or supplier who can provide guidance on measuring, selecting, and installing the right honeycomb blinds for your triangle windows.