Privacy is not an option or even a choice. It is a fundamental right. That is why being particular about your privacy doesn’t make you too choosy, it makes you an independent, self-sufficient person who is willing to challenge the status quo to make sure his right to privacy is wholly ensured.

And nothing is more prone to a privacy breach than a window in your house. Especially, when the lights are on inside the house and the windows are open, even an unsuspecting passer-by can easily see what you are up to and that is not just creepy but worrisome. Your windows need something that offers you the privacy you need without you having to block it all out and choke inside.

That is where Double Roller Blinds come in.

Double Roller Blinds – The Best of Both Worlds

Double Roller Blinds, as the name suggests, have two types of rollers for entirely different results. On one side, there is the solid, blackout blinds that blocks all the light from the outside offering total darkness and complete privacy. On the other hand, it offers transparent blinds to allow light to enter your rooms and provide you with a view of the outside.

Ideally, people prefer to keep the transparent blinds on during the day while using the blackout blinds during the night when the lights inside are turned on. This is the reason Double Roller Blinds are sometimes referred to as Day/Night blinds.

With these blinds, you get more than just your right to privacy. You get to choose your privacy at will. It does not limit your options to privacy with just a blackout blind which could be both disappointing and disheartening. 

Choosing your Double Roller Blinds for Privacy

To make your experience with the blinds worthwhile, you need to choose the right fabrics for both the functionalities. While blackout night blinds have just one option (that of total light blockade), day blinds come in two variants – Transparent Blinds and Sunscreen Blinds. 

Once you have chosen your fabric type, you can choose the material of the fabric as per your taste and the theme of your interior decoration. You can choose colours and patterns that gel well with the appearance of your room.

Finally, you need to choose the kind of working mechanism that you want in your Double Roller Blinds. There are three types of working mechanisms in these blinds, namely:

Drive Options

When you are considering a drive function for operating the blinds, you can either go for a classical chain-driven drive or opt for the neo-modern drive that uses a motor to operate the blinds with just a button. This adds an added layer of convenience and comfort while adding security for child safety.

Bottom Rails

If you want a bottom rail version for your blinds, you can either go for the standard D30 which offers a sleek design with a slightly curvy front or choose a specially designed silent rail with shock absorbers in the bumpers if you want to have a quiet experience while you sneak in and out of your window.

Inside or Outside Mount

Deciding whether you want an inside mount or outside mount depends on the kind of window you have. If your window has enough width to carry an inside mount of a double blind, you can have it inside. If not, it is better to have an outside mount.

If privacy is your foremost requirement for installing blinds on your windows in addition to light control, this is the right choice for you. It will be a change you will not regret and you will be surprised how better you sleep with these blinds on as you control the light that enters the room and allow your body to rest until it’s well rested.

One Reply to “How Double Roller Blinds Offer Greater Privacy”

  1. Thanks a lot for sharing this update about Privacy with Double Roller Blinds. Two layers of fabric make double roller blinds more private than single blinds. Two layers, one translucent and one opaque can be adjusted simultaneously to conceal. Cords and rings secure each layer to the headrail, allowing users to raise each layer separately. Such a valuable post. It will assist us greatly. Keep up the good work.

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