If you want a window covering that brings a clean and crisp look and also helps you control the light into your room, our highly functional blinds are for you!
Our window blinds come in a variety of styles, having different internal and external systems as well as materials. Many of our functional window blinds have slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that can be adjusted by rotating from an open position to a closed position that allows slats to overlap. This feature can help you meet your privacy and sunlight concerns efficiently.
All the blinds and shades that we offer can be upgraded with motorization techniques upon request.
A roller blind does not have slats but comprises of a single piece of material. The horizontal version uses a thin woven ladder system to suspend the slats. It enables the slats to be closed via a rotating drum to which each upper end of the woven ladder is wrapped and attached. A lift cord allows the blind to be pulled up and stacked tightly atop the window as required.
A Venetian blind has numerous horizontal slats, one above another. Venetian blinds are basic slatted blinds made of metal, plastic or wooden slats. Its slats can be adjusted at various angles that enable you to make light-filtering adjustments in your room. Our range of Venetian blinds are both practical and decorative and can work for windows of any size and in any room.
Depending on the application, and the construction of the window frames, shutters can be mounted to fit within the opening or to overlap the opening. Our selection of window shutter includes both interior shutters, used on the inside of a house or building, and exterior shutters, used on the outside of a structure. According to the unique styles of buildings, we can equip it with shutters to cover the doors as well as the windows.
Vertical Blinds use generally wider slats and have the added feature of being able to pull a cord to stack the slats together, either to one side or to separate in the centre and stack on each end. This vertical blind allows rotation of slats by a rotating shaft in the upper headrail housing. This shaft runs through independent geared carriers that convert twisting of the tilt rail to rotation of each slat in synchrony.