Renovating your home and wanting to update your window coverings, but not sure which indoor blinds are the best solution for your home? Take a look at the most common indoor blind types and their benefits below and find the right solution for your home.
Honeycomb Blinds, also referred to as Cellular Blinds, are designed to help improve the energy efficiency of you home with their uniquely designed cellular structure. The cells help to trap air and prevent the transfer of heat, creating a barrier between inside and out. The Honeycomb Blinds modern look is a seamless addition to any room in the home, with a variety of model options to choose from and a model to suit almost any window or door type. Honeycomb Blinds are the perfect indoor blind solution for any room in the home but work well in bedrooms and living rooms where controlling light throughout the day is important.
Venetian Blinds are a common indoor blind solution as they offer flexible light, privacy and airflow control, simply by tilting the slats in any desired position. The horizontal slat design is available in Timber, Timber Look (PVC) or Aluminium, offering a solution for every room in the home. Timber Venetian Blinds offer the excellent insulating benefits of timber and add a natural look to a space. The Timber Look (PVC) Venetian Blind offers excellent durability with water resistant slats that won’t warp, twist, fade or scratch. Similar to the PVC Venetian Blind, the Aluminium Venetian Blind also offers excellent durability and won’t scratch, scuff, peel, fade or corrode.
Roller Blinds are a popular indoor blind type found in Australian homes, due to their ability to withstand Australian conditions and also their budget friendly price. The Roller Blind is available in chain, cordless or motorised operation and available in sunscreen, light filter and blockout fabric. The Roller Blind offers an unobtrusive window covering solution with the fabric rolling up tightly onto a roll at the top of the window frame. This makes them a suitable solution for almost any room in the home and can sit side-by-side across sliding doors. Day Night Roller Blinds are also a popular solution, offering two blinds on the one bracket, allowing you to simply control the level of lighting in a room.
The Vertical Honeycomb Blind is an excellent solution for those homes with sliding doors to the outside. Vertical Honeycomb Blinds are specifically designed for sliding doors, as they operate in a similar functionality to a sliding door. With a right stack, left stack, centre stack, centre opening and day night options, there is a solution to suit every sliding door configuration. With all the same great insulating benefits as the original Honeycomb Blinds, the Vertical Honeycomb Blind offers and unobtrusive window covering solution for those sliding doors. The Vertical Honeycomb Blind also works well as a room divider and to cover larger traditional windows.
With the elegant and warm look of curtains and the functionality of blinds, Roman Blinds are a popular choice for bedrooms and living rooms. Roman Blinds not only add a touch of class to a space but also offer superior insulating benefits with the option to add a lining to the Roman fabric. Roman Blinds are available in chain or cordless operation, offering a child safe and pet friendly option. Available in light filter or blockout fabric, the Roman Blind helps to blockout sunlight and street lights and offers a good indoor solution for Australian homes.
A popular choice for Australian homes, motorised indoor blinds add a touch of automation to the home with the ease and convenience of remote-control operation. Available in Honeycomb Blinds and Roller Blinds, Motorised Blinds are a great solution for bedrooms, media rooms, lounge rooms or windows in hard to reach locations. Motorised Blinds are a suitable option for homes with small children and pets, with no dangling cords used for operation.
When it comes to choosing which indoor blinds are the best solution for your home, consider not only how those blinds will benefit you but also how they meet your needs and wants. Consider the level of privacy you require, how you want to control lighting with the blind, if you require insulating properties and lastly, how that blind will look with your interior décor style.