Environmentally Friendly Window Blinds For Homes & Offices

Environmentally Friendly Window Blinds For Homes & Offices

Environmentally friendly venetian blinds

Many of us are trying to be a bit more environmentally friendly when making purchases. This ranges from buying locally to buying products that have less wrapping and are not damaging the environment during production. We are all trying our best to use less plastic and recycle it when possible.

Eco Friendly Blinds

Greenscreen Sea-Tex roller blindsAt Forth Blinds, we were delighted to find and source new high quality, eco-friendly roller blinds. They are currently available in 5 lovely neutral shades:

  • White
  • Haze
  • Pearl
  • Sand
  • Graphite

Amazingly, they are made from recovered ocean plastic waste!

Greenscreen Sea-Tex Fabrics are made from 50% recycled sea plastic waste and the fabric is fully recyclable at end of life.

If you are thinking about getting new roller blinds for your home or office then why not consider this product.

Environmentally Friendly Faux Wooden Venetian Blinds

Sunwood wooden blinds


Another product we sell that has good environmental credentials are Sunwood Faux Wood Venetian blinds. These luxury faux wood blinds emulate the look of wood but are cheaper, waterproof and fire retardant. They are perfect for high moisture areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. Other benefits of these blinds over wooden blinds are that the colour is not affected by the sun and they are easy to clean. Sunwood use high quality PVC to make their faux wooden blinds, therefore removing the need for cutting down hardwood trees. These blinds are also fully recyclable at the end of use.

Book an appointment and we can show you samples of these products. We think you will be very pleasantly surprised by the quality.

Philip O'Brien
Philip O'Brien
Philip O'Brien is a partner in Forth Blinds with decades of experience in blinds. There is no shape, size or style of window he hasn't tackled over the years! Forth Blinds supply to schools, hospitals, offices, shops, care homes, government departments, student accommodation, historic buildings, houses, flats and conservatories.