For a nice classic look, why not add a scollop to the bottom of your roller or roman blind? We have a choice of 5 different styles available, so make a choice to which one will round off your interior the best!
Even though our roller and roman blinds are normally finished off with a round fabric wrapped bottom lathe, we will use a c-track inside a hemmed pocket instead of a round bottom lathe to which the scollop will be attached.
Please note that we do not add lace, cord or binding onto the bottom of our roller or roman blinds!
Eye for style
For a nice classic look, add a scollop to the bottom of your roller or roman blind.
Representatives country wide
Over time we have developed an extensive wholesale network servicing many parts of South Africa, a few neighbouring countries, Seychelles, Mauritius as well as other parts of the world.
Local & imported materials
Many of our best selling products are proudly South African and we collaborate with leading manufacturers locally and internationally in sourcing the best quality products at affordable prices.
Maintenance & repairs
Depending on damages sustained, broken or damaged blinds can easily be repaired or their components (e.g. mounting brackets, individual slats, tilting mechanisms, cord locks, valance clips, cords, cloth tape and ladders, etc.) can easily be replaced.
Why choose blinds
Blinds are mostly easy to install, they are perfect for controlling the amount of sunlight, and many types are easy to clean and maintain. This type of window covering is a sturdy and durable product and have an affordable range of prices across a wide variety of styles, colours, fabrics, textures, etc. While saving space, a window blind always elegantly round of any interior while clearly defining your style and flair.
We offer motorized venetian blinds with a SOMFY motor on the 50mm wide slats with a minimum blind width of 700mm (this is the length we need for the motor and components). We also offer motorised roller blinds with a SOMFY or RAEX motor with a minimum width of 800mm (this is the length we need for the motor and components).
Professional is always better
Depending on the fit and location of where blinds need to be installed as well as the correct application of the type of blind, it is mostly an easy job. If you are not an accomplished DIY person, though, rather allow a professional person to measure and install your blinds. The difference between DIY and making use of a dedicated professional, will definitely show in the end! The responsibilities of correct measurements, advice and installation will rest on the shoulders of the chosen professional.