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Dunelm Mill Bedroom Curtains and Blinds

A well-known supplier of household goods, Dunelm produce their own range of bedroom accessories, such as Dunelm Mill bedroom curtains and blinds.

With their reputation for quality and value, you know you'll have a good range of window coverings to choose from, each of which will be stylish and practical, helping you to match your curtains or blinds to the other decoration within your bedrooms.

Different types of Dunelm Mill bedroom curtains and blinds

Dunelm produce a wide variety of different curtains and blinds, including made to measure curtains and blinds and pre-made curtains and blinds to fit standard size windows. They all come in multiple different designs and colours, so you're sure to find something suitable for your home.

Made to measure curtains allow you to pick the fabric and design you want, then order them to the right size for your bedroom windows. You can order them to fit long or just below the windowsill, depending on your preference and what may be the current design trend you wish to emulate.

Standard sized curtains and blinds will fit a range of different window sizes. Depending on your personal taste and the window design, you can choose to have them fitting within the window aperture (right next to the window) or outside of the window aperture (with a gap between the window and the blinds).

The range of fabrics and materials available is large, allowing you to mix and match the right look for your bedroom. Curtains, for example, can be made from material such as cotton, for practicality and warmth. Or you may opt for silk curtains if you want the more opulent look.

Blinds can be made of wood, plastic or metal and come in different styles. Venetian blinds run horizontally along the window, allowing you to tilt them towards the sun to keep out the brightness. Or vertical blinds can allow you to keep enough light coming into the room, while blocking the view from a particular angle.

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