Aluminium Venetian Blinds

This exclusive aluminium collection for 25/50 mm Venetian blinds offers a variety of metallic colors inspired by the automobile industry. Thanks to their robust design and subtle gloss, they have a powerful look with a glamorous touch. They are perfect for creating an industrial atmosphere and a modern style in any space. The appealing color palette ranges from light, warm and neutral to mysterious, powerful and modern to suit many different interior design styles.

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Aluminium Venetian Blinds Colours

Aluminium Colours 25mm : Gloss White, Matt White, Light Cream, Red, Yellow, Lemon, Linen, Taupe, Vanilla, Beige, Aqua, Light Blue, Indigo, Burgundy, Matt Gold, Champagne, Copper, Brushed Gold, Aluminium, Silver, Satin Charcoal, Pewter, Star Brown, Light Grey, Dark Grey, Matt black

Aluminium Colours 50mm : Matt White, Linen, Aluminium, Satin Charcoal, Pewter, Star Brown, Matt Black, Gun Metal, Champagne WOOD VALANCES INCLUDED

Aluminium Colours 50mm Woodlook: Light Oak, Dark Oak, Walnut, Cherry, Mahogany, Beechwood

To give the WOODLOOK blinds a natural wood look, the blinds are supplied standard with a wooden – valance, bottom rail and tassel. Please note that the maximum width for wood finish is 2500mm. Thereafter there will be a join in the valance and a metal bottom rail.

Technical Information


  • The venetian blind is a practical solution for light control at both the office and home.
  • Blind widths are 25mm and 50mm.
  • Blinds comprise aluminium slats coated with a strong epoxy.
  • All pins and rollers are made from stainless steel and brass to prevent rusting (although this cannot always be guaranteed near the coast).
  • Cords, ladders,  head and bottom rails are colour co-ordinated.
  • The blinds are issued complete with brackets to suite the installation and moulded plastic- (25mm) or plated metal- (50mm) hold-down brackets (on request) for the bottom rail.
  • Tilting of slats to any desired angle is activated with a clear hard plastic wand through the tilter gear on a 25mm blind or cords on the 50mm blind.
  • A draw cord is used to pull the blind up and down. Only operate the lift controls once the slats are in an open horizontal position.
  • The 50mm venetian blind is becoming increasingly popular with a more dramatic look and enhancing the latest décor trends.
  • The aluminium wood look blind with wood trimmings is an exciting product as an alternative to real wood. The wood trimmings consist of a real wood valance, bottom rail, wand and toggle which gives the blind an extremely authentic wood look at minimal cost.
  • The 50mm wood look venetian with standard wood trimmings can be fitted into large-sized windows and doorways with ease as they are far lighter than wood, easy to handle and stack higher. These blinds have become as ultra-modern as the real wood with the added advantage of greater stability.
  •  Please note that venetian blinds are made for light control. It is possible to see through them at different angles. If blinds are extremely long the lowest part of the slats may not close as snugly as the rest of the blind. This is normal.
  •  Aluminium venetian blinds should be washed off regularly to rid the blind of salt deposits on the slats and Prevent moisture accumulating on the slats. To do this: remove the blind from the window, secure the blind on the wash line and rinse off with a hosepipe. You can even use a car wash ‘n wax liquid in the water to be rinsed off afterwards. Wait for the blind to dry and clip back into place once dry. Do not pull the blind up while it is still wet or damp. Slats should also be wiped down with a damp cloth on a regular basis in heavily polluted and/or coastal areas.
  • Silver, gold, pure aluminium and exotic coloured slats are not recommended for coastal or damp areas.
  • Should the blind be damaged due to incorrect handling, the repairs will not be covered by the guarantee. Aspects which can affect the blind could be: windows being left open, too close to the sea, no regular cleaning, wet or damp areas around the building, etc.