Commercial Blinds for All Business Types

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Commercial Blinds for All Business Types

Each business has its own needs in terms of design. Just the category a business falls into can greatly impact what type of design will be beneficial. When it comes to interior design, blinds can actually play a major role – especially for businesses. Domir Blinds offers blinds designs for all types of businesses. Let’s take a look at which commercial blinds designs are right for what purpose.

Print On Blinds Boost Marketing

Let’s start with one of our most business-focused blinds designs. Print on blinds are the ideal commercial blinds for any small business with an overt focus on sales. Corner stores, gas stations, and small grocery stores can benefit hugely from print on blinds.

Print on blinds are a standard shade type blind. They’re one solid piece of fabric that rolls up at the top and can be pulled down with a chain. Said chain can be mounted or left to hang loose. In fact, you’ve probably seen these types of shades in your high school classrooms.

What makes print on blinds different is that we can print any design you need onto these shades. For some businesses, these are used to display their logo or business name. A logo placement is perfect for coffee shops, book stores, or other more refined businesses. However, for those looking to make sales, print on blinds are the perfect place to display affiliated brand advertisements, regular deals and sales, or popular product prices. Print on blinds are one of the best marketing tactics you can use as a small corner store. High customer traffic means grabbing attention is vital. What better way to grab someone’s attention than to let them know you hold a beloved product, and at a great price?

Office Blinds That Project a Warm Image

For offices that are looking to project a warm image, you’ll need something different. Small doctor’s offices, apartment leasing offices, and other such spaces can benefit from appearing welcoming. Therefore, the Ninet is the best choice, as it’s one of our most welcoming and professional designs.

The Ninet is a combination of fabric blinds and standard, aluminum slats. Aluminum blinds are boring, cheap, and do a poor job of controlling light. With a layer of fabric on both sides, however, they can be just what an office needs. The Ninet allows sunlight to come in ambiently, even when slats are open. However, when slats are shut, the fabric supports the closed slats, ensuring no light is coming in through the cracks.

This simple and clean cut design is softened with that fabric lining, making your office appear smart, but welcoming.

Clean and Professional Commercial Blinds

Finally, if you have an office or commercial business that needs clean and professional blinds, we recommend Magic Lite. Magic Lite is made of wooden slats. These slats are wide and flat, allowing very effective overlap, fewer gaps for potential light leaks, and a very tidy appearance.

These blinds are easy to clean, resistant to damage in everyday use, and offer very effective light control. Therefore, you won’t be disappointed.

How to Clean Fabric Blinds

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How to Clean Fabric Blinds

Cleaning blinds is something that confounds most people. The confusion only grows with more complex or delicate blinds designs. So, how does one go about cleaning fabric blinds? Domir Blinds, the blinds manufacturing professionals, are here to offer our best methods for how to clean fabric blinds in your home or business.

Remove Loose Dust

The first step to clean fabric blinds is to remove loose dust. This should be done first, especially if you intend to wash them. Getting your blinds wet, if they’re covered in loose dust, will make them harder to clean. All of the loose dust will clump together and stick to the blinds fabric.

To remove loose dust, you have a few options.

  • Use a duster. You can easily remove loose dust with a static duster. It won’t get everything, but it will remove enough to make the rest of the cleaning process easier.
  • Use a vacuum hose. A vacuum will also easily pull off loose dust. Even better, it will suck it straight into a vacuum bag instead of loosening it and allowing it to float free into your breathing space.
  • Use a lint roller. If you have a lint roller lying around, giving your fabric blinds a good once or twice over with it is a great way to remove loose dust. This will also pull out any pet hairs that have gotten threaded into the fabric. A vacuum or duster isn’t as likely to get these out.

Remove Remaining Dust

Loose dust is easy to remove. However, there’s always going to be more dust that’s settled into the fabric and harder to remove. For remaining dust, you have a couple of options for removal.

  • Use a bristle brush. If you have a clean, dry brush, like the type you would scrub your nails with, you can use this to free stuck-in dust. Gently brushing the fabric will loosen this dust, which you can suck up with a vacuum.
  • Wash the dust out. If you intend to wash your fabric blinds, you can go straight to washing them after removing the loose dust. The water will wash out whatever remains.

Stain Removal

If your fabric blinds have been stained, you probably started this cleaning process entirely to remove said stain. How does one go about stain removal in fabric blinds? The first step is testing whatever cleaner you intend to use on it.

Take a small amount of the cleaner you’re planning to use and put it onto a hidden part of the fabric blinds. Are your blinds longer than your window and a portion of them remains collapsed at the bottom? Test a part that’s hidden within the folds down there. That way, when you get to cleaning the part that’s visible, you can be sure your cleaner won’t bleach or further stain your blinds.

Wash Your Blinds

After ensuring your cleaner works as intended, remove your blinds from the window. Submerge them in half a bathtub of warm water and swish them back and forth gently. This will remove remaining dust. Then, apply your stain removal cleaner as needed. Rinse thoroughly, then collapse the blinds as intended and squeeze them to remove excess water. Finally, lay them out on some clean, hard flooring, or hang them back up to dry.

Child-Friendly Blinds for Classrooms and Day Cares

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Child-Friendly Blinds for Classrooms and Day Cares

Classrooms and day cares with small children in them require careful attention to interior design. Keeping a classroom engaging to curious minds without investing in pretty details that will simply get damaged is a fine line to walk. So, Domir is here to help with child-friendly blinds that work well in classrooms and day cares.

Roller Blinds

Without a doubt, the best and most child-friendly blinds for classrooms and day cares are roller blinds. However, not all roller blinds are the same. 

Simple blackout shades will darken a room entirely. This works in your favor if you put on movies or use projectors frequently. 

Roller screens, on the other hand, will let in light even when closed. However, the screen will filter the light, preventing glare on screens. Additionally, roller screens provide a view of the outside while preventing visibility from the other direction. This is great for classroom privacy, especially if your classroom is accessible from outside where other classes have different recess times.

Print On Blinds

Don’t want some boring old shades? Use print on blinds to your advantage! These were originally designed with advertising and branding in mind. If you’ve ever seen a corner store with some big name brand affiliate printed onto their store window shade, they were using print on blinds.

They may have gotten their start with advertising, but print on blinds are more versatile than that. Consider having them printed with colorful pictures of animals on them, or fun, geometric patterns. There are plenty of designs that can be printed onto them that will brighten up your windows.

Side Channels

Roller blinds can be installed by themselves, but why not opt for side channels? These channels fit snugly over the sides of your roller blinds and hold them in place. Pulling them down, the blinds will glide neatly through the channels. This keeps windows looking tidy and prevents sunlight from sneaking in around the sides.

Benefits of Roller Blinds

Roller blinds may not seem like much, but their simplicity makes them versatile tools in the classroom.

Creative Backdrop

Whether you opt for a solid-colored roller shade or a print on blind, roller blinds offer a backdrop for creativity. If you keep your blinds down most of the time in one or more windows, there’s no need to leave the space empty! Use some gentle craft tape and put up some of the art projects your students have made. Think paper butterflies taped to a print on blind full of blue sky and green grass.

Easy to Clean

Roller blinds also come with the benefit of being very easy to clean. The solid surface of them means splattered paint, dust, fingerprints, and more can be washed away with ease.

Durable

The ultra simple design of roller blinds makes them durable as well, which is a necessity when serving children. Kids can pull on them, lean against them, fall into them, press against them, and more. Roller blinds will outlive it all.

Order In Bulk

If you’re ordering blinds for a whole school, order in bulk. Domir Blinds is the manufacturer, meaning you aren’t limited by the stock of an outlet or middle man. Plus, when you order in bulk from us, you get lower prices. Take out the middle man’s overhead and get a better deal. Call us if you have questions or need help making an order. We look forward to hearing from you!

New Professional Office Blinds for Every Need

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New Professional Office Blinds for Every Need

A professional office needs to look its best, both for employees and for clients. However, professional office blinds aren’t just about appearance. Office blinds serve even more important functions in that they majorly impact the work environment. Here are some of our best professional office blinds designs and what makes them a great fit.

Stylish Blinds

Whether your office is purely for working, or also for hosting clientele, style might be important to you. A lot of companies put a lot of weight on their design sense. Any kind of design company has to keep up appearances. If you value the interior design of your office space, these blinds are just for you.

The Ninet

The Ninet are made of traditional, aluminum, slatted blinds paired with fabric on either side. They appear much like honeycomb blinds, but have the light controlling functions of slatted blinds.

These blinds are an exceptional choice for offices with a lot of computers. When all of your employees are working through screens, you need to have full control over the light in the space. Direct sunlight will impede their ability to see, bring down productivity, and increase eye strain and frustration.

The Ninet’s fabric lining means, even with the slats fully open, sunlight will be entirely indirect. The sun will light up your office space without shining directly on screens and interrupting the work flow.

Magic Lite

Magic Lite blinds are made of wide, wooden slats. These beat aluminum blinds with their modern elegance and ability to fully darken a room. These make great professional office blinds for places with a sense of style and less computer use. Is most of your office staff working with physical materials? If so, you can maneuver your Magic Lite blinds to bring in just as much direct sunlight as they need. Or, if it’s time for a presentation, close them entirely and darken the room.

Roller Blinds

Style isn’t always everything. Sometimes simplicity, cleanliness, and utility is the priority. If this sounds like your office space, roller blinds will be the perfect choice.

Roller Blackout Shades

Roller blackout shades are a familiar fixture of most high school and university classrooms. These shades are made of dense, flat materials that roll up at the top of each window. You can usually pull them down from the bottom, but they can also be controlled from a mounted pulley chain.

These shades are excellent choices for offices with many computers. They can be opened and closed as the sun moves across the sky, blocking out direct sunlight while still allowing illumination through surrounding windows. 

Roller Screens

Roller screens are made much the same as blackout shades. They’re also simple, flat panels that roll up to the top of the window. However, these ones allow some ability to see outside. The one-way visibility means your office stays private from the outside world. Furthermore, the design of the screen allows filtered sunlight in, illuminating a room without causing screen glare.

Get Side Channels

Roller blinds are best utilized with side channels. These hold them in place along the window frame and keep the office looking orderly. Plus, they also prevent pesky sunlight from sneaking in around the edges.

Motorize Your Professional Office Blinds

If you want an office that runs smoothly by itself, motorized blinds are a must have. With our handy app, you can put blinds on a timer or manually open and close them right from your phone. This is especially useful for higher office windows which are hard or impossible to reach by hand.

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