Blindspace S100x100I installed in slightly sloped ceiling, installed with the cover gap towards the room to allow for door handles.
Double roller blinds for full light control Blackout blinds without side channels in doors (left) and with side channels in window (right).
Electric roller blinds recessed into the ceiling using Blindspace S100x100R. Large bi-fold doors with floating corner post.
Blinds installed in corner bi-fold doors. When measuring for boxes, covers and blinds, corners need special attention.
In this installation by Grants Blinds in London, tension wires pulling the skylight blind are fully hidden inside Blindspace side boxes at all times.
In this concealed skylight installation, black blind hardware has been used to minimize visual impact when blinds are retracted.
From contemporary skylights to traditional looking conservatories and garden rooms, Blindspace hide the blinds when not in use.
Blindspace S110x130 installed in the ceiling to conceal blinds. Here with the cover gap towards the room for minimal visual impact.
Custom Blindspace C110x200 concealing cellular Duette blackout blinds, in gable window, installed by Blindspace specialists.
Recessed roller blind with screen material and recessed blackout blind. Blackout blind close to window with visible (white) side channels.
Blindspace C Series frame installed in sliding doors for light control and 100% blackout. Side boxes 50mm deep to house blind channels.
Custom Blindspace boxes powder coated to match glazing extension, conceals cellular blinds in sliding doors and sloping rooflight.
Reese - Our solution to recess curtain tracks from companies such as Lutron, Somfy, and Silent Gliss.
Blindspace C100x100 frame installed around window for roller shades with no side gaps, popular in bedroom windows.
Electric blinds hidden inside the wall using a Blindspace frame on all four sides of the window for maximum flexibility.
One blind to control shading and privacy, and one blind for 100% blackout. With Blindspace, two blinds can be included in a small window.
Blackout blind installed in Blindspace frame installed inside the wall. Only fabric visible when the blind is deployed.
Blindspace boxes can be made to any size and conceal blinds of any size. There are blinds more than 6m wide and 10m high.
Double blinds in sliding patio doors with blackout ZIP blinds having side channels installed inside Blindspace side boxes.
Double skylight blinds can be used to combine different fabrics, shading, blackout or insect screens for operable skylights.
Project-specific custom C110x110 boxes installed in floor-to-ceiling windows throughout Paris office tower.
Blindspace installation with surface-mounted SHY ZIP side channels in white. Roller blind fully concealed when not in use.
Motorized blinds in minimal sliding doors - hidden when not in use, providing shading and reduce glare when needed.
Only the fabric is visible when skylight blinds are installed in Blindspace boxes. Here with LED lights from below.
Concealed blinds in skylights and sliding doors in London kitchen extension. Blinds from Lutron and Guthrie Douglas.
Large skylight blind, 5m x 6m, concealed in Blindspace boxes, installed by Grants Blinds in London.
When installed with the blind towards the room, there is no hairline between the ceiling and the Blindspace cover.
Double electric blinds to control privacy and light installed in every window in London photo studio.
Why spoil the design with blinds when you can hide them inside the ceiling? Here installed in S110x130I standard boxes.
Concealed blinds in window, gable and skylight. Here in London showroom located at the Chelsea Gardener on Sydney Street.
Hidden electric blinds at the Skyhouse Design Centre. Skylight blind from Guthrie Douglas, all installed by Grants Blinds.
Windows of different sizes, all with double blinds installed in custom Blindspace frames, installed inside the wall.
Conservatory blind with cords hidden inside Blindspace side boxes. Blind from SHY, installed by shading specialist Grants Blinds.
Combined vertical blind for shading and ZIP blind with side channel for blackout. No surface-mounted blind hardware.
Skim coat has been applied to the Blindspace idle corner with the hinge corner towards the window. Firm fixing on both sides is essential.
Blindspace boxes prepared with wires for motorized blinds can be used to future-proof windows for future installations.
The ceiling has been prepared with our Reese track to recess curtain tracks from brands such as Lutron, Silent Gliss and Somfy.
Reese end-sets can be installed for specific curtain systems or to house curtain systems from different suppliers.
Sample showing Somfy Glydea system inside Reese track and end set. Similar samples are available for other brands.
Blindspace boxes are being installed to hide window coverings for sliding doors and large skylight in this London house extension.
Blindspace boxes have been installed for later installation of skylight blinds. Here installed with the blind gap towards the room.
For a perfect end-result, it is important that the installer seeks milimeter perfection and install boxes square and true,
We are happy to answer any question you may have. We support architects, designers, property developers, glazing companies contractors, home owners and blind specialists with their projects. We are also looking for companies around the world to become certified Blindspace partners. We are currently available in 10 countries, contact us for local contacts.
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Founded in Sweden at the historic cotton mill Nääs Fabriker in 2016, our mission is to provide more people with beautiful, bright and energy-efficient places in which to live, work, and play. We want to be the preferred choice among architects, contractors and shading specialists, to conceal blinds in any window.
We have filed several patent applications and will continue to innovate for and with our customers and partners. We partner with companies globally for mutually beneficial relationships. This includes blind specialists, blind manufacturers, AV companies, and architectural glazing companies. We develop and provide standard and bespoke solutions, design support, drawings, samples and training.
Please contact us to discuss opportunities.
A key partner when starting Blindspace has been Grants Blinds, a leading bespoke window tailoring company in London. Our products are extensively featured in gable windows, bi-folding doors, and skylights in their showroom, designed by David Salisbury. The showroom features recessed electric blinds, honeycomb blinds, blackout blinds, skylight blinds and flyscreens from companies such as Lutron, Somfy, Guthrie Douglas and SHY. The showroom is located at the Chelsea Gardener, 125 Sydney Street. Please contact us for appointments in the showroom.