Why choose custom-made roller blinds
To get the look and function you want, our consultants guide you through which type of blind, materials, and hanging styles you need, and take accurate measurements.
Crafted with care in New Zealand
Locally made in our factory, our blind makers pay attention to small details and combine the best of precise hand skills with technology to create quality custom-made blinds.
Once your blinds are made, we have a professional team trained to install them to ensure they fit, hang and operate just right. They will also show you best practice for using them.
We have blockout solutions to darken rooms and sunscreen or light filtering blinds for daytime.
Choose thermal-lined blockout roller blinds for better insulation.
Fast rise and zero gravity operation means less wear and tear and low maintenance.
We have different methods of operating your blinds to ensure they’re child and pet friendly.
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Free guide to choosing blinds
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Choosing blinds for your kitchen
The kitchen is a place that needs to be functional, so choose blinds that don’t compete with the room but rather complement or support its main features.
Choosing blinds for dark walls
Opting for darker or bolder wall colours will create anything but a boring space. Done correctly, they bring a warm and cosy feel that you can accent with furnishings and artwork, and many will attest that it isn’t as imposing at you might think.
Curtains or blinds? How to decide
Deciding between curtains and blinds can be difficult. It depends on the space you want to compliment and the desired purpose of the window furnishing. Luckily, our in-home consultants can help you make the final decision, but for planning and research purposes we’ve put together the following guide.
Frequently asked questions
The best type of roller blinds will depend on what room they’re in and what your needs are. Blockout roller blinds are best for bedrooms where you need darkness and night-time privacy, while sunscreen roller blinds are best in living areas where you want daytime privacy and still want to be able to see out. Light filtering roller blinds give you a little of both, with night-time and daytime privacy but not as dark at night and not as see through during the day.
The best colour for roller blinds is the one that suits your room! Light grey or a subtle beige are popular choices, but darker tones can be better for making a bit of an impact by contrasting with light coloured walls.
Inside fit roller blinds are more common as they create a sleek look, however, if your main concern is blocking light, an inside fit will still allow some light through around the edges. This makes an outside fit a better choice if you’re wanting it dark. An outside fit may also be required if the frame of your window isn’t deep enough to support an inside fit.
The only real disadvantage to double roller blinds is the additional cost of using two sets of blinds on the same window. However, this extra cost is often lower than you might think, so it’s worth considering getting a quote if you would like the benefits of privacy and light control during both day and night-time.