Daylight vertical blinds for a light and airy room

The material on our daylight vertical blinds is sheerer when compared to the blackout vertical blinds, which means they block out harsh sunlight but don't completely block out the daylight, meaning you can have privacy in the home and still have a well lit room. They are ideal for communal areas of the home, such as the living room, kitchen or dining room. If you prefer to wake up to gorgeous daylight you can also use them in the bedroom, why not layer them up with a pair of voile curtains or sheer curtains to finish off the look?

How to clean vertical blinds 

Cleaning vertical blinds in three easy steps. 1. Take a microfibre cloth starting at the top and run them vertically down each slat to remove any loose dirt or dust. 2. Using a vacuum cleaner, either handheld or with an attachment nozzle with brush bristles, run this along the slats to get rid of stubborn dirt, again start at the top of the slats and work your way down. 3. Use a mild cleaning detergent and warm water with a clean microfibre cloth to wipe down the vertical blinds. Make sure that you squeeze the cloth out so that the slats don't get too wet, rinse the cloth after wiping each slat, and remember to change the water should it get dirty. It's also important to make sure the water is not too hot as to damage the blind material. A handy tip is to place a towel underneath the blind so that your carpet or flooring doesn't get wet.