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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.
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.
Ever since the arise of Duette® Shades, the pleated products have gained enormously in popularity. Duette® fabrics are pleated fabrics with a honeycomb structure. This causes a double layer which makes that the typical cords in the fabric are no longer visible.
The specific shape and structure of Duette® fabric brings along some technical specifications which make pleated blinds a very profitable type of window covering. The insulation value of Duette® Shade is in no way comparable with any other type of window covering.
Colour coordinationAlthough the most common colour for profiles in the interior decoration is white, we offer you some other interesting possibilities for vertical blinds. It is possible that a white rail does not fit in your interior. Therefore we let you choose between: white, cream, aluminium, stone grey, anthracite and black brown, for you to match the colour of the rail with the colour of your walls or other interior elements.
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.