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White, black and cream colour available.
Stainless Steel Chain Available for Extra $10
Keep your home warm in winter – the fabric has a soft, warm feel to it and reduces heat loss better than standard roller blinds.
All colours in this range have a white coated back giving a smart, uniform look from the outside.
All colours in the range are 100% blockout which means they no allow no light to pass through – great for privacy.
The fabric has an acrylic coating which is mould, fade, dust and fire resistant.
These good looking blinds will keep you cool in summer, significantly reducing heat and glare in your house.
They have approximately 5% openness filtering out bright sunlight, protecting your carpets and furnishings, while still allowing light in.Sunscreens give privacy through the day. They can be seen through from the outside at night, when the lights are on.
Blind are available either as Back rolled or Front rolled (fabric coming from the front of the roll.
Work out which side you would like the chain to be on, left or right.
To mount your blinds inside the frame the recess will need to be at least 50mm deep to mount a bracket. Check there are no other parts of the window, or handles etc which will obstruct the operation of your blinds.
Measure the exact width in millimetres across the top of the frame where the blind will be mounted.
Measure the width from one side to the other, near the top of the architrave in the position where the blind will be mounted.
Hook the end of the tape over the edge of the window frame & pull the tape straight across. Measure the length from the top of the architrave to the lower part of the sill, or floor if your window extends to the floor.
The frame width should be more than 4cm to mount the bracket.
If you want the blind to be exact match with frame’s edge, we suggest wall mount
Measure outside of the frame whatever size you want the blind to be.
If your architrave is very narrow, you may want the blind to extend past the architrave. We suggest the blind should extend at least 50mm past the window edge both sides if you would like the blind back rolled, & 100mm past the edge both sides if it is front rolled, to reduce light entry.
If you are mounting the blind above the architrave, make sure it is positioned where there is a timber beam inside the wall. Measure the exact drop height in millimeters on one side.