Woodlook and Wooden Blinds Measuring


  • Use a steel tape measure
  • Measure in millimetres (mm)
  • Measure width in 3 places and use the smallest width
  • Measure height at each end
  • Double check your measurements
  • Allowances for brackets are made at the factory - you do not need to factor this in yourself.
  • We take a deduction off the width and height you order.


  1. Metal tape measure

Measuring your blinds is really easy with our simple measuring guides!

Step 1

Decide if you want the blind to fit "inside" or "outside" the window frame (see sample images). Scan the window and check that no handles or objects will interfere with the operation of the blind. Generally blinds are fitted inside the recess, unless there is not enough room. The depth required within the frame for Composite blinds is a minimum of 60mm.

Step 2

Measure width first then drop (height) - see sample images. Measurements must be exact so take measurement in three places for the width (top, middle and bottom) and where there is a difference use the smallest measurement. Use two measurements for the height (one at each end) and where there is a difference use the smallest measurement.

- For inside fit measure from one end of the recess to the other, and same for drop (see image "inside window measurements")

- For outside fit measure from the outside edge of the frame on the left to the outside frame on the right (see image "outside window measurements")

Step 3

Choose your chain control side. Usually the most convenient side to get to.

Step 4

Decide if you would like cleats