Venetian blinds

Venetian blinds from WAREMA continuously regulate the incidence of sunlight and control the brightness of rooms.

At the same time, venetian blinds provide reliable protection against curious gazes from the outside.

Their timelessly beautiful design makes our venetian blinds a flexible design element that will satisfy any taste.

Product variants

Internal venetian blind with cord/cord operation
This venetian blind is raised and lowered using a cord, and it is titled using a cord as well. This type of operation can be combined with various slat widths. Information on the WAREMA collections can be found here. You can view information on "child-safe sun shading systems" by clicking this link.
Venetian blindsCord and tilt rod operation
This venetian blind is raised and lowered using a cord and tilted using an acrylic tilt rod. The cord and tilting rod can be arranged opposite to each other on either side or on the same side. This type of operation can be combined with different slat widths and top rails. Information on the WAREMA collections can be found here. You can view information on "child-safe sun shading systems" by clicking this link.
Glass profile venetian blind with ball chain operation
This venetian blind has a laterally offset ball chain and is mounted directly in the glass profile. Thus, incident sunlight has little chance of entering the room. As a result, glass profile venetian blinds do quite well in terms of satisfying DVU workstation regulations. Information on the WAREMA collections can be found here. You can view information on "child-safe sun shading systems" by clicking this link.
Internal venetian blinds with crank operation
A collapsible crank is used to raise, lower and tilt the slats, a method that is especially suitable for large venetian blinds. This type of operation can be combined with different slat widths and top rails. Information on the WAREMA collections can be found here. You can view information on "child-safe sun shading systems" by clicking this link.
Internal venetian blinds with motor drive
The venetian blind is operated using a built-in motor (24-volt or 230-volt) and can be conveniently remote-controlled. The venetian blind can be automatically controlled using the WAREMA central control systems. The optimal setting of the venetian blind is determined using sensors for the inside temperature and ambient brightness. It can also be controlled based on the time. The desired values for temperature and brightness, as well as the time, can be readjusted whenever necessary. Motor operation can be combined with different slat widths and top rails. Information on the WAREMA collections can be found here. You can view information on "child-safe sun shading systems" by clicking this link.

Individual solutions

Venetian blind for partition wall systems and double-glazed facades with controlled ventilation
Because of the high energy-saving potential, there is a clear trend toward double-glazed windows with a two-pane system - consisting of a single pane on the outside and insulated glazing on the inside. The demands for use in double-glazed facades and windows are high, but our venetian blinds are fully up to the challenge.
Glass profile venetian blind with ball chain operation
This venetian blind has a laterally offset ball chain and is mounted directly in the glass profile. Thus, incident sunlight has little chance of entering the room. As a result, glass profile venetian blinds do quite well in terms of satisfying DVU workstation regulations. Information on the WAREMA collections can be found here. You can view information on "child-safe sun shading systems" by clicking this link.
Internal venetian blinds with special shapes
Venetian blinds designed in special shapes are an elegant solution for sloped gable glazing – they can also be mounted directly in the glass profile. The slats can be moved and tilted in the rectangular area. They are operated using a cord/rod combination: the cord raises and lowers the blind and the slats are tilted using an acrylic rod. This type of operation can be combined with various slat widths. Information on the WAREMA collections can be found here. You can view information on "child-safe sun shading systems" by clicking this link.