PANEL GLIDE BLINDS
PANEL GLIDE BLINDS PROVIDE A GLAMOROUS TWIST ON AN OLD FAVOURITE TO DRESS LARGE WINDOWS, SLIDING AND DOUBLE DOORS
Similar in concept to the classic vertical blind, panel glides are the sophisticated, grown-up version. These extra wide panels are a stylish way to dress large windows or sliding doors to provide privacy and sun protection. The fabric panels can be Plain, Roman-Style or Jamaican-Style to compliment any home, and the panels can be aligned if purchased with Roman/Jamaican blinds in the same room for a cohesive look.
These attractive panels glide smoothly on roller-mounted carriers attached to a simple head rail system. With your choice of cord or wand control you can easily draw panels back for easy access through glass sliding doors, or instantly control light and privacy where panel glides cover large windows.
Panel glides are a versatile, modern alternative for dressing large windows, sliding and bi-fold doors, offering some fantastic design features.
One of the best features of a Panel Glide is its ability to create a cohesive look with a Roller Blind or a Roman/Jamaican Blind by using the same fabric, and if required aligning roman battens for the perfect finish.
Our most popular choice is Wand Operation – this makes operating the panel glide quick and easy and also creates clean modern lines.
THREE DISTINCT STYLES
Choose between Plain, Roman-Style or Jamaican-Style to either blend into your home or make a statement. All styles are finished with Linear Valance Pelmets to completely cover the tracking system.
A larger front panel for center closures provides aesthetic balance and an 80mm overlap ensures the best possible privacy and light control.
Panel Glide panels can be easily replaced if damaged at a fraction of the price of replacing an entire blind system. Or replace all the panels to instantly update the look of your room.
STACKED TO THE SIDE
Panels stack neatly to the side and out of the way, and there are many configuration options. You can add Ghost Track to your order if the blind is Face Fit, so the panels stack completely off the glass door to maximize the view.