Sliding Panel Blinds

A Sliding Panel Blind, also known as a Kyoto or Japanese Sliding Panel, can create a real statement in a room. Whether you are using them as a contemporary privacy solution for large bi-fold doors or as a stunning room divider to help zone a large open plan room, our gorgeous made to measure Sliding Panel blinds could be the perfect solution for you.


The width of each panel is roughly 65cm but this will depend on the total width of the blind that you need. The blind panels slide back behind each other when opening and each panel picks up the next when closing.


This luxury sliding panel blind system allows you to choose whether you would like the panels to stack to the left, to the right or whether you would like them to split as a pair. In each case, the rear panel is pulled by a draw rod, cord or electric motor. The top channel is in white or aluminium and this Japanese panel blind can either be face fixed to your wall or top fixed depending on your requirements.


You can also upgrade your panel blind to one of our Elite Panel Systems, which provides a truly contemporary architectural look. The Elite rail is beautifully engineered brackets and hidden sliding profiles. The panels do not link together on this system like a conventional panel track, but have magnetic panel clips, are attached to each fabric panel for pulling open and closed.


The number of tracks used to make your sliding panel blind is dependent on the number of blind panels used. When measuring your sliding panel follow the measuring guidelines for an inside or outside recess measurement.


We have a beautiful range of designer fabrics available for your sliding panel blind and you can make as much or as little of a statement with your panel blind as you wish.


Have a look at the Eclectics fabrics available to produce your bespoke sliding panel blind but if you do need any help or advice then please don't hesitate to contact our Eclectics Loves team on 01843 608789. Please also take advantage of our free sample service to ensure you are getting the right fabric for your interior.

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