Measurement

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Measuring guide for ordering curtains

By using a tape measure or measuring laser, the following measurements should be taken:

A – overall width of the room
B1 – height from floor to ceiling (left)
B2 – height from floor to ceiling (middle)
B3 – height from floor to ceiling (right)
C – window width
D – window height
E – width of the left part of the window
F – width of the right part of the window
G – width from the wall to the window
H – width from the window to the wall
I – width from the window to a piece of furniture
J – from the top of the window to the ceiling
K – from the floor to the window sill
L – overhang of the window sill
M – overhang of the radiator

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Measuring guide for blinds with wall and ceiling mounting

Blinds can be installed both on the wall and on the ceiling. Here we give some recommendations on how to choose. The blind should cover the window completely, but overlaps should also be taken into account.

  • In the case of a classic roller blind, we recommend an overlap of at least 4 cm from the left and right edges of the window.
  • When choosing a blackout roller blind, we recommend an overlap of at least 6-7 cm on the window edges so that as little light as possible can enter from the sides.
  • If the overhang of the window sill is small, i.e. up to 3 cm, the overlapping on the window sill can be taken into account when measuring the height of the blind. In the case of a blackout blind, a good solution is for the blind to fall over the edge of the window sill.
  • If the overhang of the window sill is big and it is impossible or undesirable that the blind falls over the window sill, the height of the blind should be measured up to the window sill.

If the overhang of the window sill is big and it is impossible or undesirable that the blind falls over the window sill, the height of the blind should be measured up to the window sill.

Measuring guide for pleated blinds and roller blinds that are fixed on the window frame

L1, H1 – dimension from the outer edge of the glass seal – to the outer edge i.e. glass dimension.
L2, H2 – measurement from the breaking point of the glass strip – to the breaking point, i.e. from the corner to the corner of the casing.
L3, H3 – measurement from the outer edge of the glass casing to the outer edge.
K1 – measurement from the glass to the breaking point of the casing at an angle of 90 degrees, i.e. the depth of the glass casing.