Timeless class

Many roman shades that you have seen are in one colour. Although many roman blinds are very stylish in that way, we recommend to deviate from this trend by choosing a design with a pattern. This allows you to give your interior an extra touch. A pattern can be both with a woven fabric or a print fabric. In our photo gallery, you can get an impression of the possibilities.

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Panel tracks

Panel 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.

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With pride we present to you our new collection of wooden slats!

All available slats are grouped per colour range. This makes comparing different colour tones very easy.
In our collection you can find the following ranges: Icebear, fox, wolf, lion and panther.

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Roman Shades

Giving your interior a very high-grade touch is certainly possible with roman shades, also called American stores. Because of the beautiful textures and colors of curtain fabrics, we get in a way fashion for your window. The rods which are processed in the fabrics provide sleek lines in your interior. Because of the endless possibilities in choice of curtain fabric, there are roman shades for every interior.

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Determine your composition

With 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.

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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!

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