11 Jul Digitally Printed Blinds
What are digitally printed blinds?
These are blinds that have an image printed directly onto the blind fabric. The image can be your company logo, or any other image you have in your personal library or that you wish to purchase from the internet. The photograph here shows one of the many windows of Chadstone Accountancy & Tax based at Telford, in the West Midlands who wanted dual faced printing on all the blackout blinds throughout their offices.
What type of blinds can be printed on?
We can print onto Roller, Vertical and Panel blinds.
Why print onto blinds?
If you are a company, then printing onto blinds makes you ‘stand out from the crowd’. It shows that you care. You have not chosen an off the shelf blind, had it fitted and got on with the next job. It shows that you want to provide the right image, you give attention to detail.
If it is your home, then it allows you to create statement furnishings that are completely unique to your home. Why not choose something abstract, or something personal with a treasured family photograph, favourite country side vista?
How do I get blinds digitally printed?
It is not at all tricky. Just email your image to us (at least 1 megabyte per sq mtr and resolution of 300dpi) and we will do the rest, it’s not expensive either.
With our digital printing service, we can print almost any image, branding or artwork on to your blinds.
What areas do we cover?
We are based in the West Midlands right next to the M54 so have great access all around the country if you have a number of blinds to purchase.
Generally we cover the areas around Telford, Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Whitchurch, Stafford, Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Kidderminster, Ludlow.
So to recap
- Provides a good image for your business.
- They are stylish in a home.
- Something different.
- Make a statement.
- Choose from a variety of blind types.
If you are interested, our top tip is to give us a call now, or complete the contact form and we will get in touch with you.
Looking forward to speaking with you soon
Team Charles Faraday