Getting started is easy
Find your look
Unsure which style suits your home? Request free samples to see which works best.
Use our step by step guide to get accurate measurements of your windows.
Simply follow our step-by-step installation guides and you’ll be a pro in no time.
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.
New Zealand made
All our curtains and blinds (except honeycombs & readymades) are made locally at our New Zealand factory.
Free shipping and samples
We send your order free nationwide if you live in a metro area.
We back our products with 2-5 year manufacturer’s warranties.
Frequently asked questions
Which rooms are roman blinds best in?
Any room that doesn’t get humid like a bathroom or kitchen, so try romans in bedrooms, nurseries, living spaces and home offices, over single doors with glass panels. Consider adding lining for better light blocking and insulation
How do I clean roman blinds?
Spot clean away any marks with as soon as you notice them; a cloth and a bit of warm water and mild detergent will do the trick. Don’t scrub or scour or use harsh chemicals, just dab gently. Do not machine wash or dry clean
What is your most sustainable option?
Either our wooden venetian blinds which are made from sustainably-sourced, renewable, plantation-grown hardwood. Or we recommend improving the energy efficiency of your home with full length thermal curtains or a blockout honeycomb blind as both these products help improve temperature control in your home so you (hopefully) use less energy to run it.
What rooms are curtains best in?
Any room except kitchens, bathrooms and laundries. To choose the right one, think about how much light and privacy the room needs. Choose blockout curtains for rooms you want to be dark at night. Add thermal lining to increase energy efficiency. Sheer curtains are good for daytime privacy and filtering strong sunlight and glare.
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.