Manufacturers and Repairs of Indoor Blinds, Outdoor Blinds, Doors, Screens & Grilles
Located in Narellan, we offer an extensive range of modern indoor blinds
Our extensive range of interior blinds are custom made and offer a range of benefits to your home. Whether it be shading a sliding door, furnishing large and shaped windows, or bringing a room together, we have the range and expertise to cater to your requirements.
Holland blinds are a very popular, cost-effective and functional window covering that can enhance the look of any decor. The fabric and componentry available to us today are very innovative with fabrics ranging from beautiful translucent to 100 percent blockouts. We also offer sunscreen fabrics that allows for control of heat and glare while still providing important daytime privacy.
Panel Glides are a simple yet elegant option to cover your large windows and doors. Similar to verticals, Pan Glides slide across your window effortlessly to easily control how much light enters the room and offering easy control of privacy. Coming in numerous patterns and colours of fabrics, you may choose to add them in as a statement piece for your room or as a subtle accent piece to enhance the theme.
Venetian blinds are a versatile window covering that can filter light, completely block out light or allow a view to the outside while still providing privacy. They are available in natural timber, PVC compound material and aluminium. For the best advice on the most quality product for you, please contact our staff.
Vertical drapes are one of the most popular and practical choices for glass sliding doors and windows. They have fabric slats running vertically from side to side across the window and can be operated by the traditional cord system or the more popular wand system. The slats can be tilted to allow as much or as little light in as needed. They can also be drawn across to open up the entire view.
Roman blinds are the new and modern take when it comes to the traditional window blinds. Their advantages are numerous when it comes to style and options. With too many designer shade fabrics and patterns to count, your options are endless when choosing for your home.
Zebra Blinds are a cleverly designed window furnishing that offer ultimate control of light. Horizontal stripes align and adjust with panels of sheer fabric, effortlessly managing the amount of light and privacy.
Holland Blinds, otherwise known as Roller Blinds, are a stylish window furnishing that are versatile and minimalist in design
Minimalist and stylish in design, holland blinds will bring a modern touch into your home.
Holland blinds offer a unique, low maintenance window covering solution to suit your needs.
Fabric selection in abundance, choose from lightly textured to smooth opaques, light diffusing translucents, or glare reducing sheer-weaves.
Create the ability to introduce different textures and tones to living spaces.
Can be made with scalloped bottom trims to suit traditional interiors.
Simplistic design means that the emphasis can be placed on the surrounding architecture, such as stonework, glass, or timber detail.
Ease of use for the elderly or disabled when motorised or used with our unique spring technology.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, holland blinds are good option for blocking out light. On a typical reveal fit, there will be small gaps of light down the sides and top of the blind. There are options that will reduce and/or eliminate these gaps such as face mounting the holland blind or upgrading to a cassette channel holland blind.
Yes, absolutely! We have a range of motorise options to suit your needs and budget that our consultants can discuss with you. To learn more about our motorisation range, click here.
Yes, very much so! Simply dust the fabric from time to time or use a damp cloth to wipe stubborn marks. A big bonus with holland blinds is that they don’t collect as much dust as some other window furnishings do, and as such, require less regular cleaning.
Yes, holland blinds can be installed in wet areas such as bathrooms and laundries. Simply allow the fabric to dry before rolling the blind up.