Finish your shadings with style
Fashion may be subject to change but style certainly isn’t. Built with sleek, premium materials, the modular components of our Capital Fascia provide a practical and stylish finish to any blind (or blinds) in residential and commercial spaces alike.
Available with 90mm and 120mm components in 6 different colours, the Capital Fascia is now more versatile than ever, allowing you to meet any window dimensions and configurations whilst still providing a cohesive finish for the most discerning of clients.
Which fascia size suits your installation?
Both the 90mm and 120mm variants of the Capital Fascia can be recess or face-fixed as required – the freedom you have in positioning your fascia means it can accommodate any blind type and even more than one simultaneously.
To determine the variant to choose, the total clearance of the blind and its fixing when in a fully open position should be considered. This will be subject to how the blind is fixed, window size and blind type.
For illustration, we are using a simple range of average roller blinds. The roll widths provided are based on a thick roller fabric such as Quad 1% at a drop of 3000mm.
Capital Fascia Presentation Case
Within the presentation case, you’ll find samples of the fascia panel in six colours – brushed silver, champagne, anthracite, cream, white and black. Accompanying these, are samples of each of the compatible joining components, end caps and side profiles – all backed up with All-in-One User Guide.
Since launching the fascia in 2018, we’ve been overwhelmed by the positive feedback it’s receiving and we can’t wait to see what else can be done with its modular design, as more and more customers discover how easily any window shading in any setting can be completed with it.
Have an ingenious Capital Fascia built of your own? We’d love to see it. Get in touch and we might even send our photographer to snap some studio-quality photos for you.
Frequently asked questions:
To face-fix the Capital Fascia, you’ll need to use Fascia Clips in conjunction with Threaded Brackets.
Both variants can be installed as a recess or face-fixed coverings so the only difference between them really is their height. This flexibility in positioning means they accommodate any blind type and even more than one at a time.
To determine which variant to choose, the total clearance of the blind and all its fixings when in a fully open position should be considered. This will be subject to how the blind is fixed, window size and blind type.
For illustration, we’re using a simple range of average roller blinds. The roll widths provided are based on a thick roller fabric such as Quad 1% at a drop of 3000mm.
It’s possible to fit the capital fascia side profile outside the recess (not for reversed roller blinds), however, because it was predominantly designed to be fitted inside the recess to close the gap between the edge of the fabric and the wall and block light leakage, the face-fixed profile is not as effective at fulfilling this purpose. Therefore, we don’t recommend using the capital fascia side profiles with any face-fixed blinds.