Why choose custom-made dual roller blinds
- Custom-made to fit your window exactly
- Your choice of colour
- Day and night solution all in one
- Reduce light and glare during the day
- Light blocking and privacy at night
- Good for very sunny rooms
- Contemporary, minimalist look
- Can be a very cost effective solution
Backed by a 5 year manufacturer’s warranty
- Lightweight operation
- Easy to install
- NZ made
Why we're a good choice
Direct to you, no middlemen
Our blinds are so affordable because you deal directly with the manufacturer – that’s us.
Easy DIY measure and install
Our curtains and blinds are easy to install. Just follow the step-by-step guide.
Installation brackets, screws and child safe cord tensioners come with each blind.
New Zealand made
All our curtains and blinds (except honeycombs & readymades) are made locally at our New Zealand factory.
We back our products with 2-5 year manufacturer’s warranties.
Free shipping and samples
We send your order free nationwide if you live in a metro area.
Frequently asked questions
How long does it take for orders to arrive?
We try to get it to you within 10 working days although when it gets busy that can be longer. We’ll stay in touch via email to let you know how progress is going.
Is it best to fit blinds inside or outside the window frame?
If there’s enough depth within the window recess to fit the blind (see our measuring guide) then an inside fit is a clean and tidy solution; just be aware on very small windows this means the blind will obstruct some of the view. An outside fit (when combined with back rolling operation) is better for not letting in light or cold air as it creates a better seal over the entire window and frame.
Do you have a measuring and installation service?
We think you’re clever enough to manage that. We have step by step guides to help too. Besides, our DIY measure and installation model is part of what makes our products so affordable.
Which rooms are roller blinds best for?
More like, what rooms are they not great in? And the answer is none, they’re excellent for all rooms of the home.
What type of roller blind should I choose?
Think about how much light and privacy the room needs.
Choose a blockout roller blind for rooms you want darkness in.
Choose a light filter blind for very sunny windows in street-facing rooms where you want privacy as they are between translucent and opaque.
Sunscreen roller blinds are good for sunny rooms where privacy is not a concern; they are see through to maintain your view but work to reduce glare from the sun.
Dual roller blinds let you have the best of both on one window; choose a combo of blockout plus either light filter or sunscreen.
Our linked roller blinds can be any of the single blind options; choose these for when you have many blinds in a row and want to operate them all at once.
Read our blog to learn more.
How do I choose the roll direction of my roller blind?
Whether to front roll or back roll a blind is a matter of personal preference. A front roll blind is when the fabric is rolled forward off the tube, you may want to choose a front roll if you need to clear any obstructions such as door handles or locks. This is the most popular choice when fitting and inside fit blind. When fitting an outside fit blind, a front roll blind will leave a larger gap between the fabric and the window frame, letting more light and air movement through the sides.
A back roll blind is when the blind fabric rolls off the back of the tub, the fabric will sit closes to the window which is better for controlling light and heat. The blockout thermal and textured fabrics will have a white acrylic backing which will be visible when rolled around the tube.
What is the gap between the blind and the window frame for an inside fit roller blind?
Our inside fit roller blinds has an approximate gap of 17mm on the control side and about 13mm on the pin side of the blind. if you are concerned about too much light coming through we suggesting opting for a Honeycomb blind as these have a 5mm gap of each side of the blind which blockout more light coming through the sides of the blind.