IKEA sells pleated blinds that can be cut and fit onto any type of window and don’t need a drill or nails to attach them.
Schottis blinds have wowed home improvement fans as they’re not only stylish and effective in their purpose but they are also extremely affordable at the price of £3.
Yes you read that right blinds for £3.
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In fact a number of shoppers have gone ahead and shared their installed blinds on the internet showcasing their re-vamped homes.
The way that these blinds work is that they are lined at the top with double-sided tape, which keeps them in place. They’re also very lightweight which helps avoid fear of them falling off.
Strips of Velcro are used to keep the tape in place while a set of clips let DIY-ers adjust the height of the blind to their preference.
There is also a £5 blackout version if you’d like to keep light out of your room in the early morning times.
This version comes in grey while there is also a white version allowing light into your space.
If you’re looking for the next blind for your home look no further, as at this price you will probably be able to sort out most windows at your place.
IKEA Schottis pleated blinds retail for £3 – £5.