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Blackout roller blinds - ready made for 10 year old girl

(9 Posts)
Genieinalamp Sun 29-Sep-13 18:50:40

Can anyone recommend where I can buy them from? I've looked in John Lewis and they don't have much of a range. Thanks.

headsspinningforachange Sun 29-Sep-13 19:07:41

I got Ds' some lovely bright blackout blinds from Argos that actually work & are a great price as well as great quality

Fimbo Sun 29-Sep-13 19:08:32

B&Q have some too

Groovee Sun 29-Sep-13 19:09:47

I got ours from Dunelm Mill and they have been great

Genieinalamp Mon 30-Sep-13 13:34:12

Thanks for the suggestions. Dunelm look like they are very reasonably priced so think I'll take a look at them in-store. I wouldn't have thought of B&Q or Argos so will take a look. It doesn't help that DD has chosen a pink/purple colour on the walls so I think I'll need a patterned one so that it doesn't clash!

Any other suggestions? Thanks

DeathMetalMum Mon 30-Sep-13 13:36:37

We have had some from Dunelm, Tesco Direct and Argos all pretty much the same.

cheryl19843 Mon 30-Sep-13 20:59:41

I don't know if you have these shops where you are or whether they're just in the north but B&M bargains/home bargains do very reasonably priced roller blinds. However like I said, could possibly just be based up north.

our Argos one lasted a fabulous 6 weeks. we are back to the drawing board..

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