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Custom Made Roller Blinds Start From $45 Only

SINGLE ROLLER

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Manufactured here in our own Sydney warehouse, our custom made Blackout Blinds, Sunscreen Blinds and Light Filtering Blinds are custom made to your exact specifications for a perfect fit and professional finish every time. Our fabric ranges offer a selection of classic and designer options to cater for any budget or style. These simple and elegant blinds are available in various fabric options like blackout, light-filter, and Sunscreen. Roller blinds are easy to raise and lower, as well as extremely versatile for nearly any room.

Double Roller

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Combine the best of both worlds with double roller blinds. This innovative blind system includes two different types of blinds on a single bracket. With double roller blinds you can switch between blackout blinds for complete privacy and darkness, to transparent sunscreen blinds that let in natural light whilst preserving your view. It's the benefit of the dual roller blinds system. Our day night blinds are the perfect solution for 24 hour coverage.

MOTORIzed Blinds

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Integrating your blinds into a smart home setting is easier and cost-effective. We can provide a fully-flexible and functional solution to automating your blinds with an intuitive app on your Android or Apple device which is very easy to operate. This is the best solution for the blinds that are located on harder-to-reach windows. With automation, you raise and lower your blinds via the touch of a remote button or a smartphone. Also, Motorized options are best for larger or heavier blinds. It is simple to set up, with multiple user access. Blinds can be operated from anywhere via the internet with the push of a button. Each individual blind can be automatically adjusted to go up or down according to personal preferences. Enjoy the benefits.

Palmets

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Pelmets offers a contemporary look and neatly covers the top and front of the roll tube. It hides the roll tube and protects your roller blinds from dust. These pelmets will add more beauty to your blinds. You have a choice to do plain white, brown or black pelmet or we can choose the pelmets with same fabric insert as your blind.

Fabrics

Blackout Roller Blinds

Blackout/Blackout fabrics eliminate almost all incoming light and provide privacy. An additional benefit of blackout blinds is that they can add insulation and hence keeping your room warmer in winter and cooler in summer. It also protects from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays which prevents your furnishings from fading.

Translucent/Light Filter Roller Blinds 

These blinds allow you to create a private, comfortable environment without blocking natural light from entering the room. These beautiful fabrics are designed to permit natural light while reducing glare and eliminating visibility from the outside. You can choose from a huge variety of fabric textures and colors that lend a beautiful look to your room while providing sufficient light.

Sunscreen Roller Blinds

Sunscreen Roller Blinds allow the light to come in and retains your view along with prevention from glare and heat. They also reduce the UV light from entering an area and help prevent fading and discoloration. These blinds offer great privacy during the day but are revealing during the night with an illuminated background. It is recommended that they should be used in combination with a Blackout blind as a part of Double Roller or where privacy is not required.

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Blackout Roller Blinds -

Blackout/Blackout fabrics eliminate almost all incoming light and provide privacy. An additional benefit of blackout blinds is that they can add insulation and hence keeping your room warmer in winter and cooler in summer. It also protects from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays which prevents your furnishings from fading.

Blackout Roller Blinds -

Blackout/Blackout fabrics eliminate almost all incoming light and provide privacy. An additional benefit of blackout blinds is that they can add insulation and hence keeping your room warmer in winter and cooler in summer. It also protects from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays which prevents your furnishings from fading.

Blackout Roller Blinds -

Blackout/Blackout fabrics eliminate almost all incoming light and provide privacy. An additional benefit of blackout blinds is that they can add insulation and hence keeping your room warmer in winter and cooler in summer. It also protects from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays which prevents your furnishings from fading.

Recess fit/Inside Mount roller blinds

Recess fit is where the blind gets installed inside of the window frame. To measure for recess fitting blinds, simply measure the width of the inside of your window. Measure across the top, middle, and bottom in millimeters and record the smallest measurement. This will ensure the blind will fit properly inside the window frame. Next measure the exact height of the window recess. Again take three measurements. The left the middle, and the right and record the smallest measurement

Front Roll Vs Back Roll

Front rolling of the blinds means that the fabric rolls of the front of the roll tube like a waterfall to avoid any knobs, winders or the inner window frame that may obstruct the blind. The roll is hidden in this type of rolling and this creates a softer, more balanced look. In General, recess fit roller blinds are front rolled. However, it’s your choice if you prefer a back roll. In The back roll, the roll is visible. Generally, face fit roller blinds are back rolled to ensure the fabric stays tight to the architrave for maximum privacy and light control. However, it may be suitable for recess fit blinds as well as long as there are no knobs, winders, or any other kind of obstructions.

Face fit/ Outside Mount roller blinds

Face fit is where the blind gets installed outside of the window frame. To measure for face fitting blinds, first, measure the outside width of the window frame. Measure across the top, middle, and bottom in millimeters and record the largest measurement. Next measure the outside height of the window, starting from the point at which you’d like your blinds to sit above the window, down to the point at which you’d like your blinds to finish. Again take three measurements. The left the middle, and the right and record the largest measurement.