Cellular Blinds

Cellular Blinds

A great option for your windows, skylights and doors. Cellular or Honeycomb Blinds come in a range of sheer, transparent and blockout fabrics. 

This style of Blind can be operated manually with a pull cord, cordless operation or motorised with remote control and smartphone integration. They can be manufactured as a Top/ Down or Bottom / Up configuration.

They are a wonderful way to let light drift into your home without suffering from the glare of the sun. They can be combined to make a day/night blind, stitching a sheer and blockout fabric together allowing you to pull the blind down for sunscreen and then down further for blockout. 

All cellular blinds trap air inside their honeycomb tube construction which acts as a great insulator to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter, available in 10mm single, 20mm single or 20mm double cell construction.

Product Specifications

Size Minimum: 300mm width x 300mm drop
Maximum: 3000mm x 3000mm
Warranty 5 years installation warranty
5 year manufacturers warranty
Price Range All blinds are custom made from your fabric and component selection and range from $100 - $2000
Made In Australia or Germany
Lead Times 3– 5 WEEKS

Features

fabrics to choose

Over 50 fabrics
to choose from

cord cordless chain

Many operation options cord, cordless, chain and motor

Various cell sizes

Various cell sizes available

Custom powder coating of rails

Custom powder coating of rails

Side channels

Side channels available for better blockout control

Automation

Hard-wired or wireless battery operation. Remote Control or wall switch. 

Care

The blind is made from a strengthened paper or fine fabric mesh, a light dusting is all that is required to keep them looking fresh.

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We has 5 Phantom Screens installed to French doors, this product is awesome, we can’t tell that the screens are closed, even with the French doors open. The guys were great to deal with, focussed on the detail and getting it right the first time. Highly recommended.

Mark Rawlinson