What is the Difference Between Recess and Exact When Measuring Blinds?
When you decide it’s time for new blinds, you’ll no doubt be scouring the internet and catalogues, trying to find the perfect style to suit your tastes and the decor of the room where the blinds will be fitted. As well as the style of the blinds, though, you also need to know whether you need a recess fitting or an exact fitting. In this article, we’ll talk you through the difference between the two types of fitting so you can make the right choice.
What is a recess measurement?
A recess measurement of your window is the measurement of the opening inside of it. The reason for this measurement is that a recess blind will fit into the opening of your window; it won’t overlap the walls on either side of it.
What is an exact-fitting measurement?
These measurements take into account the surface area of the window opening; this is because exact-fitting blinds are attached to the wall above the window, and they cover parts of the wall either side of said window.
How do I measure for my recess blinds?
If you’re unsure how to measure the recess of your window for your new blinds, don’t worry; we’ve created a simple guide to talk you through the process.
Kingston Blinds Direct are a leading provider of blinds of all types and styles, to suit recess and exact fits. Our huge stock of high-quality blinds has something for every taste and budget, and our expert team of designers and fitters are here to ensure that you get exactly what you need, exactly when you need it. If you’d like to know more about the work we do, or to purchase the perfect blinds, please get in touch with us today and we’ll be happy to help.