Benefits of blinds

A quick and easy way to update your home and make it a little more guest-ready is to add something simple like a new blind. It can give a room a whole new look and feel and there are a wide range of styles and colours on the market.

Playing it cool:
By restricting sunlight coming into your home, blinds help regulate the heat in the warmer summer months. During winter, blinds create a cozy interior and reduce energy costs by trapping heat inside your living area. From Venetian blinds that block out harsh rays while letting in just enough light for day-to-day activities, to roller blinds that block out the light completely, variety is truly the spice of life!
Protect your privacy:
Blinds don’t only control the light entering your home; they also provide a barrier against prying eyes. Passersby will no longer be able to see the interior of your home, adding a level of safety and security.
Easy to care for:
One of the best things about window blinds is that they are easy to maintain and clean. In fact, many blinds simply require a quick wipe with a damp cloth from time to time to remove dust or debris. Blinds are also long lasting, especially blinds made from wood or aluminium, meaning you won’t have to replace them until you decide you are ready for a change.

Details: Information supplied by Decorland, a market leader in the window décor industry in SA. Sold throughout Game stores and online at

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