Installing your BLINDSINABOX is as easy as 1, 2...no, really!

We have designed all of our affordable, temporary blinds for easy application. There is no need for any bolts, screws or screwdrivers to install any of our blinds, whether they are our blackout blinds or the white, they are all applied through our simple two-step process.

From students who have recently moved into a university dorm to those that are in need of something temporary whilst renovating their home, our affordable blinds are just right. Gone are the days of flat packs and hours spent fiddling with useless tools. Complete the job in minutes, even seconds! 

Great for any room in the house, follow these easy steps to install your temporary BlindsInABox blinds

Measure the window, Cut the blinds

Step 1 — Measure and cut

First measure your window width to ensure accuracy.

For windows smaller than 91cm (36in) wide, trim the instant blind using a utility knife making several passes to cut through all the pleats. If necessary, trim the length with scissors.

For windows wider than 91cm, overlap two or more blinds. The blinds are 183cm (72in) long.

Peel back and stick!

Step 2 — Peel back and stick!

Peel the tape backing from the blind and stick to the window frame, glass or wall.

Blinds should not be stuck to water-based painted surfaces, to avoid any unwanted paint removal.

To open the instant blind, simply gather up the pleats and secure with the enclosed clips. 
And that's it! Easy as 1, 2...no need for a 3. Our affordable and temporary BlindsInABox blinds are easy and quick to install. 

CAUTION: These blinds are flammable. Do not use near an open flame (eg. candle).

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Delivery

We offer fixed rate delivery charges for UK and international deliveries:

For all orders of your affordable, temporary blinds received before 12pm on Monday – Friday we will aim to deliver within 1-2 working days.

UK Standard Delivery: £7.25

Mainland Europe: £32.75
Rest of the World: £62.75

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History

The Dragons can be hard and unkind, but certainly recognise a good business opportunity and the team were delighted to gain investment from James Caan and Duncan Bannatyne.

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