HOLLANDS

  • Known as: Holland Blind / Block-out Blind
  • Fabric Type: Screen / Translucent / Block-out
  • Finish Type: Bottom bar / Scallop
  • Operation: Spring / Chain
  • Double Bracket: Useful for having two blinds in one
  • Use: Can be used on its own or can be complemented with curtains over it
  • Benefit: When rolled up, the blind doesn't take up much window space & easy to operate.
  • Price Guide: Can be made as a budget blind or as a deluxe blind; depending on the fabric and finish selected

The traditional Roller Blind is available in the latest materials including: plain, patterned, translucent and block-out.

Most materials are suitable for moist conditions, such as: kitchens, bathrooms, and many of them can be sponge cleaned.

The blind can be fixed either inside or outside the window recess and is operated using a sidewinder, which is used to pull the blind up and/or down.

You can add finishing touches to your Roller Blind including a shaped base (fancy finish), accompanied by an appealing trim. Bottom bars are available in a variety of colours to either match or contrast with the colour of the blind.

Additionally all Roller Blinds come with child safety locks.

Double Roller Blinds are also available.

This is the combination of a Roller Blind and Sunscreen Roller Blind in a dual Roller Blind bracket. The main objective is to get the benefit of sunscreen blinds during the daytime and securing the privacy at night time; with complete darkness using block out fabric for Roller Blinds.

SUNSCREEN ROLLER BLINDS

Screen Roller Blinds can be used as a "privacy blind" during day as it allows you to see from inside to outside whilst a person on the outside can't see the inside.

Sunscreen Roller Blinds give an elegant and sophisticated appearance to any window and at the same time provide the three following benefits:

  • 1) Heat control and glare reduction
  • 2) Maximum eye comfort
  • 3) Preserve your view to the outside with daytime privacy

PELMETS

Pelmets are the ideal covering addition to insulate your windows and save on energy bills.

Adding a pelmet frame to your window covers the blinds to create a streamlined look that is neat, classy, and stylish. Furthermore, Fabric or wooden pelmets can be fitted into the recess or the face of the architrave to make an additional impression with the contrast. Pelmets can also be added on even with existing blinds. Pelmets are still a very popular option to finish off a room in a beautiful manner.

See photo gallery below for pelmet ideas and call us for a free measure and quote.