Triangular Blinds

Guthrie Douglas design and manufacture a variety of high quality triangular blinds for various commercial and residential applications. Our blinds use high performance technical fabrics for superior temperature and light control. TESSTM blinds incorporate a concealed tension mechanism which holds fabric flat on triangular shaped windows at any angle, often on bespoke commercial glazing projects.

What are Triangular Blinds?

Modern glazing design is anything but square. Triangular windows create a unique standout feature but can present a challenge when it comes to shading. To facilitate triangular glazing design, our bespoke triangular blinds can be used almost anywhere, including on flat, curved or sloped glazing systems.

Benefits of Triangular blinds

Our triangular blinds are fitted with a single barrel tension system, which produces a smooth, quiet travel. The blinds are built around a unique spring mechanism. This constantly holds the fabric flat and allows it to adapt to the surrounding environment. Triangular blinds are sometimes fitted with relieving rollers to follow the direction of the glass, in any angle or direction.

Why choose us?

Guthrie Douglas create blind systems tailored to your individual requirements. We do so by working with you through the entire design process from conception through to installation. Our triangular blinds can be designed for a variety of configurations with unlimited colour finishes. We also provide a wide range of fabrics and controls that are available to suit any building design.

Guthrie Douglas blinds are designed for high performance and a long service life, all the more important when considering bespoke blinds which may be hard to reach after installation. Our engineering expertise combined with a bespoke design approach based on standard system components delivers triangular blinds which work in tune with your building design and performance requirements.

To find out more about our ranges of triangular blinds, contact us at our head office today.