Blinds

Blinds have a number of different functions and the one you choose will depend entirely upon your individual situation. Some of the questions you need to ask are:

Types of Blinds

Honeycomb Blinds

Honeycomb blinds are where versatility and functionality meet the social responsibility of energy efficiency and child safety. They are the thinking persons blind, and there has certainly been a lot of thought put into the design and elegance of the style of window furnishing.

Panel glides

In recent years panel glides have grown in popularity. They are a good option to put on sliding doors as they can be stacked back just as far as the door is open, or if you are wanting more light to come in they can be stacked right back off the glass provided there is room.

Roller blinds

Roller blinds, or Holland blinds as some may know them, have been around for longer than anyone who is reading this will have been alive. For some, they may bring back memories of the daggy old things on classroom windows, or the hazardous spring-loaded ones that if released too quickly could shoot up and wack you in the face on the way past. Not any more. Roller blinds are now the choice of many with an enormous amount of options available within this category and all done in a cost effective way.

Roman blinds

Roman blinds create a look with a difference. If you’re looking for a blind that you just want to blend in, this is probably not the option for you. As opposed to a roller blind that you can make fade into the background, Roman blinds are something you’re more likely to create a feature with wow factor out of.

Venetian blinds

Venetian blinds are one of those products that have been around for a long long time. Although the mechanisms used to operate them may have changed over the years, while other products have come in and out of fashion, they are still a good reliable tried-and-true window furnishing. They can be installed by themselves to give you that sleek classic look, or combined with other window furnishings giving you your own unique style with practicality thrown in. Venetian blinds are often used in conjunction with, or as a cost-effective alternative to plantation
shutters.

Vertical blinds

If it’s a cost-effective window furnishings you are looking for that allows you to control your light and privacy, vertical blinds are hard to go past. For the past 40 odd years vertical blinds have become a part of the Australian landscape. Plenty of other window coverings have come and gone, but vertical blinds have stood the test of time and still remain to be a popular choice of households and business places around the country.

Pelmets

Many people think of pelmets as being an unnecessary extra when it comes to their blinds and curtains, however, pelmets can not only add to the look and feel of the room but all that also the functionality. They can assist in cutting down on airflow from behind your curtains or blinds as well as hiding brackets, tracks and other fixtures that you don’t want to see.

Verishades

The Clever Curtain

Verishades blend the functionality of blinds with the style of curtains. The soft fabric hangs in elegant folds, creating a beautiful feature in your residential or commercial space. Verishades are uniquely designed to provide versatile options that allow different levels of light into the space.