Velux blinds are designed in mind of Velux windows, windows that are normally associated with converted lofts. These windows allow light into spaces that would otherwise be dark and the introduction of Velux blinds has enabled these rooms to become more habitual over the recent years, and because of the increase in popularity there are now five types of Velux blinds available. The majority of Velux blinds can be bought in either a manual, electric control or solar powered remote control variant.Each Velux blind is designed with individuals in mind, they range from blackout blinds to insect screens, and because Velux blinds are designed with you in mind you can ensure that your room will be just what you wanted. The blackout blinds provide complete darkness for both day and night, so it is perfect for keeping the sunlight out during the summer and for missing the rising morning sun. Each blackout blind is designed to prevent the majority of sunlight, but to also retain the heat during those colder months. There is also the choice of roller blinds, these blinds are perfect if you want to maintain total control of your blinds, managing both the amount of sunlight you receive and the privacy you retain. Roller blinds are available in an assortment of colour and patterns, making it ideal for any type of room in your home. If you are looking for something completely different then venetian blinds are great for adjusting the perfect amount of sunlight into your home. These blinds are easy to clean and ideal for rooms that encounter the most heat. An interesting addition to Velux blinds are the flying pleated blinds. These blinds are great for adding a little more flexibility in the position of the blind against the window frame. You receive a standard level of privacy whilst still maintaining control on the sunlight that seeps through. And ff your home is prone to flying insect, then investing in an insect screen is your next step. These are the perfect solutions to keeping out insects even when a window is open.