At supablinds we provide big range of blind products in our Sydney showrooms:
Blinds are window coverings that have slats or vanes that can be tilted, raised, or lowered to adjust the amount of light and privacy in a room. There are many different types of blinds, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Some of the most common types of blinds are:
- Venetian blinds: These are horizontal blinds that have slats made from wood, faux wood, aluminum, or plastic. They are versatile, affordable, and easy to operate. They can suit almost any decor and window size.
- Vertical blinds: These are vertical blinds that have long slats that hang from a track. They are ideal for large windows, sliding doors, and patio doors. They can create a sense of height and spaciousness in a room. They are also easy to clean and maintain.
- Roller blinds: These are blinds that have a single piece of fabric that rolls up or down on a tube. They are simple, elegant, and practical. They can block out light, provide insulation, and add color and texture to a room. They come in various fabrics, patterns, and styles.
- Roman blinds: These are blinds that have a soft fabric that folds into pleats when raised. They are luxurious, stylish, and cozy. They can create a warm and inviting atmosphere in a room. They can also filter light, reduce noise, and offer privacy. They come in various fabrics, colors, and designs
- Cellular blinds: These are blinds that have a honeycomb-shaped fabric that traps air and provides insulation. They are energy-efficient, durable, and lightweight. They can keep your home cool in summer and warm in winter. They can also block out light, sound, and UV rays. They come in various sizes, colors, and opacities.
Here are also tips on how you maintain your blinds at home:
- To keep your blinds dust-free, wipe them regularly with a microfiber cloth, a feather duster, or a vacuum cleaner with a soft bristle attachment
- To remove stains or dirt from your blinds, use a mild detergent and a damp cloth, or anti-bacterial wipes. For stubborn grime, you can also use dishwashing liquid and warm water.
- To avoid moisture damage, keep your blinds away from sources of humidity, such as bathrooms or kitchens. If your blinds get wet, let them air dry before rolling them up.
- To smooth out any wrinkles on your shades, lower them fully and steam them with a handheld steamer, or use a wrinkle-remover spray.
- To repair or replace any broken slats, contact your manufacturer or a professional blind service. You can also try to fix some minor issues yourself, such as flipping or punching the vertical blind slats.
- To store your blinds properly, lower them fully and secure them in place with a cord or a clip. This will prevent them from sagging or getting tangled.