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Quality, made to measure, brand name blinds at greatly reduced prices.


Panel Blinds
Holand Roller Blinds
Sunscreen Roller Blinds
Double Roller Blinds
Slimline Venetian Blinds
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Visionwood Venetian Blinds
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Roman Blinds
Sunscreen Roller Blinds
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Roman Sunscreens

Roman Blinds

Roman Sunscreens add a stylish finish to any room. Protecting your furnishings from damaging UV, Roman Sunscreens also reduce your summer cooling bills by keeping up to 30% of heat out. Roman sunscreens are a stylish alternative to sunscreen roller blinds.

  • Roman Blinds provide day time privacy
  • Roman Blinds are extremely economical
  • Our sunscreen fabric blocks out approximately 90% of UV rays and reduces heat by up to 30%
  • Roman Sunscreens come in the standard back batten or Islander (front) batten style. The decorative front batten is available in various timber stains and painted finishes.
Roman Blinds

Operating your Roman Sunscreen Blinds

Designed with a number of options for operation, these blinds are suitable for most window situations. The options include either a cord operation that is tied off onto a cleat, or a cord lock system. As a further option you may also consider a continuous chain drive system.

Colours, Textures and Shades

Click here to see the range of colours, textures and shades our Roman Sunscreen Blinds come in.

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Safety Tassel


To adhere with Australian Safety Standards breakaway tassels are used where applicable. With the continuous chain operation, a chain tensioner is provided.

Cord Locks

Cord locks are an optional extra.

Caring for your Roman Sunscreen Blinds

Gently dust with a soft cloth or vacuum brush attachment. Roman Sunscreen Blinds may also be spot cleaned with a damp cloth and mild detergent. However, all roman sunscreen blinds are supplied with specific cleaning instructions that pertain to each fabric. Care instructions are located on the underside of the headrail.