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Very convenient for smaller windowsA pleated blind can be mounted in the window opening in a very elegant way. The small profiles don’t take a lot of place, which is very eligible for smaller windows. If you would opt for a system with tension cords, the pleated blind can be operated with an operating handle. This makes it very easy to handle smaller blinds.
Keeping the heat out on hot days?Our Duette® Shades are the best choice if you want to achieve this. The fabric is formed in a honey comb structure, which serves as an isolating layer in front of your window. During summer this layer is blocking the heat transmission from outside to the inside, during winter this prevents warmth escaping through the glass. You understand it correctly, ideal for your energy bill!
Roller blindsRoller blinds are by far the most frequently chosen type of indoor window covering. Because of the various ways of finishing and the enormous range of fabrics, the popularity of this products still keeps on rising week by week.
A roller blind is composed of a metal tube on which the blind rolls up. The attaching mechanisms for the tube tubes are very divers. There are supports in plastic as well as metal which can be provided with a cassette.
Timeless designFor as long as we can remember, there have been curtains. The style of interiors has changed many times throughout the decades, however curtains have managed to adjust to the changing environment. A typical example of what you can call without hesitation a timeless design. From very classic interiors with drapes with cornice boards to contemporary trendy interiors with big windows; they all look great with curtains.
Can you choose?If we take a look into our roman shade collection, we can imagine that it is not easy to choose. Many of our fabrics can be confectioned as roman blinds, hence the huge selection.
We try to have most of our fabrics available on a width of 280 cm. This gives you the advantage that seams are hardly used for the confection of roman blinds.