The loft lookAluminium slats for vertical blinds are not as well-known as the pvc ones. However they can upgrade some interiors to a new level. If you are pursuing a rather industrial atmosphere then this is the ideal window decoration for you. Aluminium slats are known from the horizontal blinds. However for many years a part of that collection is also available in a width of 89mm, especially for vertical blinds.
Tight linesAlthough they have been in our range for quite some time, the popularity of horizontal blinds is still growing. The recent trends in architecture and interior design are full of tight lines and straight forms. This is 100% what horizontal blinds stand for. Regardless of their dimensions they always hang tight and contribute to the harmony in an interior. The fact that this type of blind fits in a contemporary as well as a classic style, explains its success.
Determine your compositionWith panel tracks, there are plenty possibilities to compose the panels in accordance to each other. This is because there exist profiles of 2 tracks up to 5 tracks. On each track, you can place one or more panels. One of our professional dealers can guide you into the advantages of this flexibility.
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.
Is a Duo-Roll expensive?Of course, the price of a Duo-Roll is higher than the price for a standard roller blind.
This is though quite easy to explain. A Duo-Roll has twice the amount of fabric as a standard roller blind. Furthermore, a duo-roll is always equipped with cassette. Knowing that the fabric and the processing of it is part of the price of a roller blind for ±75% explains why a doubling or the required meters of fabric causes this significant difference in price.