Blinds are a type of window covering with a variety of systems for opening and closing, as well as unlimited aesthetic possibilities. A typical blind is made with slats of material that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing the slats to overlap.Get Quotation Now
Types of Blinds
Wooden blinds are generally known as Venetian blinds. A number of horizontal wooden slats are joined together by corded pulleys which can either gather all the slats at the top of the window to reveal the view or simply angle the slats while allowing some light to travel through the blind yet retaining some level of privacy.
Silhouette patented weave eliminates the moire effect, which causes dizziness and irregular views through the window shades. Enjoy a clear and unobstructed view of the outdoors without having to raise the window shades.
The Zebra Blind is a smart design that gives you style and light control within the one system. With a range of fabrics to suit all tastes, this innovative solution will be the envy of your neighbours. Be bold and stylish whilst maximising privacy and natural light.
Roman blinds provide privacy, insulation and complete light control. Inspired by the latest trends in soft furnishings, fabric roman blinds are hand finished to the highest standards. Suitable for any area of the home but also practical in offices and other commercial locations.
Sunscreen Roller Blinds
When you want to maintain the view and filter the direct sunlight into your room. Sunscreen blinds add a no fuss look and are ideal for casual living areas where night time privacy isn’t an issue.
The simplest form of blinds, yet effective in its intended use.
The roller blind is an easy to use and install piece of window accessory that would create an immediate effect to reduce sunlight, increase privacy and darken a room.
At Crystalace, we have a variety of materials that could be combined to make your very own roller blind.
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