Blinds for Wet Areas

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Indoor Blinds in Wet Areas

When choosing blinds for wet areas including your kitchen, bathroom and laundry, it is important to choose blinds and fabrics that are resistant to damp environments and moisture. Certain blind fabrics such as cottons, are susceptible to mould and are not suitable in areas where water and steam are present.

So, which blinds are best suited for wet areas? Find out from Ballarat Fashionline member Davidson’s Blinds & Shutters. With more than 20 years manufacturing, assembling and installing blinds under their belt, Davidson’s are experts in helping Australians select the best blinds for their needs.

Learn more about blinds for wet areas at Davidson’s Blinds & Shutters.

Luxury Awnings

Luxury Awnings Bring High-End Features to the Shade Game

All quality awnings provide shade and keep you dry when it rains. If you want to add this feature to your home or business, you should opt for a product that has a reputation for quality and can stand up to daily use. Luxury awnings do not only offer the excellent quality that you need, but they also often come with extra features that make them more attractive than standard options.

Luxury outdoor awnings come with high-end features. These elements, paired with the superior look and engineering of these products, provide great overall value and make these options worth the investment.

With the Melbourne Summer Sale at Undercover Blinds & Shade Systems, you can enjoy even greater value on state-of-the-art automated awnings and outdoor blinds.

Folding Arm Awning

Luxury Awning Design Options

There are several types of luxury outdoor awnings. You will want to choose the option that best fits the design of your space and your functional needs. Then, you can select the extra features that add to the attractiveness and convenience of these luxury awnings.

Three popular options are folding-arm awnings, Zipscreen, and retractable roofs.

Learn more about luxury awnings and how they can meet your specific needs at Undercover Blinds & Awnings Melbourne, the experts in luxury awning installations.

The Difference Between Blockout Blinds, Sunscreen Blinds & Translucent Blinds

Davidsons Blinds and Shutters in Ballarat explain, in a post from their news section, the differences between popular blind types. Read an excerpt here and visit their site for the full break down. It’s well worth a read before you take the plunge to buy your new set of blinds.

What’s The Difference Between Blockout Blinds, Sunscreen Blinds and Translucent Blinds?

When building, buying or renovating your home you experience a wide range of emotions. While it is a very exciting time, the amount of decisions you need to make can become overwhelming, some of these decisions will involve what type of blind you should use. Years ago this decision was much easier because there weren’t as many options, but today you are fortunate to have a wide range of beautiful indoor window furnishings available.

The Indoor Blinds you choose can have a huge impact on the look and feel of your home, so we would like to help you decide by explaining the types of custom made indoor blinds we make.

Blockout Blinds

1. Blockout Blinds – also called Blackout

Blockout fabrics completely block out the amount of sunlight entering your room, keeping your home shaded all year long.

Blockout fabrics are a wonderful option for rooms requiring complete darkness and increased privacy, making these blinds perfectly suited to bedrooms, theatre rooms, studies and bathrooms.

Read on to learn more!

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