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Roller Blind

The most versatile window treatment in terms of functionality and form and literally can go anywhere - kitchen, bathroom, bay windows, those huge, oversized window and the smallest window. Come in a variety of colour and style - blackout, sunscreen, dim-out, translucent with the design shades and most are sponge cleanable, typically made from fabric or vinyl.

Venetion Blind

It is a specific type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. The horizontal version uses a thin woven "ladder" system to suspend that slats and enable slats to be closed via a rotating drum to which each upper end of the woven ladder is wrapped and attached. Slat width can be between 25mm, 35mm and 50mm.

Vertical Blind

Fixed at top with a track, they are made from thin strips of kanvas or synthetic fabric. Can be open or closed, drawn across to the sides of the window. Suit for contemporary settings and large picture window.

Panel Blind

They are perfect as a screen for large window or doors, and are practical and stylish choice. Effective in informal areas, they offer a simple, natural look. Each panel is connected. An easy-to-use and controls the lead panel, which pulls the remaining panels in sequence, in one easy slide action.

Bamboo Blind

Bamboo blinds are used a lot outdoors to shade a porch, decks or a veranda outside your house, and to give your outdoor area a new look, privacy and much more. They are easy to clean and can be rolled up to allow light to enter the place and closed to block the light.

Austrian Blind

Austrian Blinds are like Roman, as they move up and down with cords and rings, but they have a gathered heading and use a vertical string which transforms the folds into soft scallops.

Roman Blind

Roman Blinds are simple. They are pieces of fabric attached to a headrail that fold back on themselves in order to control light, and to some extent temperature, in a room in a decorative and practical way.