Panels are an extremely flexible solution and one of the market’s most decorative elements for home decor. With panels, it gets the protection from sun and light you want, as you easily pull panels to where they need to be screened. With panels you get a myriad of options for changing the look of the room – you can choose different textile fabrics or choose a rail with several tracks, so you can easily change the order of panels, and create a new atmosphere.
Flexible and functional panels
Panels consist of individual wide textile webs, which run on a rail in the ceiling. Since they are individual, they can be easily pulled back and forth independently, so you get just the amount of shielding you need.
Panels are ideal for large glass sections and panoramic windows, where you want both a view and a screen at the same time. Unlike regular textiles, it is possible with panels to pull the panel right to where it should cover for light or peeking and still have the option of looking out of the rest of the window.
Panels tailored to your decor
Panels can be sewn in many different textiles, and at Merkur Gardiner you can choose from a great variety of plain, patterned, striped, printed and transparent textile fabrics. Since panels are individual textile webs, you can also choose different textiles and put together your panel curtains completely uniquely for your home.
At the bottom of the panels, you can choose whether the finish should be a sewn-in baseboard or one alu bottom rail. It is entirely up to you how wide the panels should be and what pattern and structure they should have, so it is only your creativity that sets the limits when it comes to designing your panels.
More rail tracks, more options
In addition to panels being able to run on the same rail, you can also choose to let them run on a rail with two, three, or four tracks so that the panels hang in layers. By hanging the panels in layers, you can vary which order they should hang in when you pull them. In addition, the panels on the rear tracks can be covered by the front panel curtain when you pull the curtains all the way to the side.
Use panels as a room divider
The individual panels are an obvious option for room division. Since the panels run on a rail, it is easy to pull back and forth when you need to divide the room, as opposed to a screen wall that you have to move. Panels such as room dividers, sliding doors or curtains are ideal for rooms that have several functions, such as office and bedroom in one or dormitory rooms, where you may need to divide the room into two units.
Operation of panels
You can choose to pair your panels with string, so when you pull in the front, the others follow. You can also let them hang individually and pull the individual forward or backward as needed. At Merkur Gardiner you can get your panels with a first bar, drawbar or completely free, where each panel is controlled individually.