All blinds come complete with their own simple step by step instructions. Below is for the most standard blind installations.
If you're drilling into concrete, brick or plaster you should use a 5.5mm diameter masonry drill bit. If you're drilling into wood, steel or uPVC you should use a 3mm diameter high-speed steel (HSS) drill bit.
Inside you'll find all the fixtures and fittings you'll need, as well as a more comprehensive set of instructions.
Drill your holes and then screw the brackets into place. You'll also be provided with rawl plugs, should you need to use them.
Decide where to position the blind and mark out your drill holes. In most cases you'll only need to drill 2 holes. Usually these should be positioned about 15cm from the end of the blind. Wider blinds will need more holes drilled, full details will come with your blind.
Fit your blind into the brackets. Almost all styles of blind will just click into place, it really is that easy.