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Venetian Roller blindIf you consider the way a Duo-Roll works, you could name it like this. The horizontal strips remind us of a venetian blind, while they roll up as well. You might say that a Duo-Roll combines the best of two worlds in one product. You can manage the illumination by shifting the strips relative to each other, but you can also clear a part of your window simply by operating the chain or with an electrical operation to raise the blind.
Customized curtains for a sensational projectThe brand new Versluys Arena of football club KV Oostende is now a fact.
This in itself is quite an attainment, since this stunning and modern complex has been build in such a small period of time.
Therefore, our project department is very proud to announce that it are Diaz curtains that are shining in there.
To be in line with cleverly designed concept, it was decided to go for entirely customized curtains.
Panel tracksPanel tracks are also known as Japanese panel blinds. This reference to the far East highlights the tranquility it brings to your interior. Panel tracks are very suitable for wide windows. By dividing the width into different sections, the width of the window does not influence the hanging behavior or the textile used for these tracks.
An excellent insulatorBesides the great aesthetic character of wooden window coverings, we can stress the functional aspect as well. Wood is after all an excellent insulator. This might be important to keep the warmth inside during winter time and to keep the heath out during summer.
Of course, we have to mention that wood is a natural product which can show some reaction as a result of warmth and humidity. These minor changes of the wood give your product a little extra cachet.
Ladder cord or ladder tapeAs a finishing option of a wooden venetian blind, you could opt for ladder tape. This gives the blind a more sturdy look. In many cases this type of finishing is chosen in order to contrast with the slats or in order to coordinate with other interior elements. One can't argue about tastes, so up to you to decide which type of finishing you prefer.