Sleep Well with Skylight Blackout Blinds

Resting in a dark environment is essential to getting a good night’s sleep. However, as we head into spring and summer, it can often be difficult to stop light from creeping in when heading to bed, especially when the evenings are longer and lighter. Similarly, if your home is situated in a built-up area, you may find you are being disturbed by unwanted light sources such as street lamps, vehicle headlights or light from other buildings. So, what can you do to darken your bedroom? Here at Skylight Blinds Direct, we’ve got some suggestions that could help you achieve the perfect night’s sleep:

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Why You Should Consider a Loft Conversion

As the average price of a house continues to increase, more and more people are looking for the best options for themselves. Whether that means how much space they can get for their money, or if the house comes with additional land and gardens, each household has their own set of characteristics and requirements that they wish their humble abode-to be has.

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A Guide to the Different Types of Windows

Here at Skylight Blinds Direct, we have an array of blinds to suit a variety of different windows. When flicking through our website, looking at which blind would be the perfect fit for your new window, there is a possibility that you may just click on the first one which fits the colour scheme or the specifications of your room. However, if the blind isn’t made especially for your window, then you may be left disappointed upon realising that it will not fit in the frame.

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Which is the Best Type of Blind for your Home?

January is the perfect time to give your home a makeover! With a host of new trends to look out for over the coming year, why not get ahead of the curve by investing in a few new pieces to start your year off. One area of your home décor that can sometimes be overlooked is your window dressing. From curtains to blinds, you can sometimes be mistaken in thinking that so long as you have something covering the window, then you’re okay.

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