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Roller Blinds

Roller blinds are by far one of the most practical window treatments in Singapore. Roller blinds are a single piece of cloth wrapped around in a steel bar and fit on top of the window frame. Essentially, they are just what they describe - blinds that unroll to provide shade.

 

Roller blinds work by operating a pull cord attached to a chain mechanism. To raise the blinds, simply pull the chain towards the window. Alternately, pull the chain towards you to lower the blinds.

 

As roller blinds do not have slats, they give windows a soft and smooth appearance, making them suitable for minimalistic interior aesthetics. 

Blackout Roller Blinds

Blackout Roller Blinds

Blackout roller blinds are a type of window treatment designed to block out light and provide maximum privacy. They are made from opaque or dark fabric that prevents light from passing through.

 

We recommend these blinds for bedrooms, nurseries, or any other room where you want to create a darker atmosphere.

Wabi Sabi Roller Blinds

Wabi Sabi Roller Blinds

Our proprietary wabi sabi blinds were created in collaboration with Luxmondi, offering an effective window covering solution for homeowners wanting soft light to pass through while maintaining privacy.

 

Wabi sabi blinds are made from a special fabric that is specifically designed to provide a zen and cosy atmosphere in the room. The light-filtering fabric diffuses harsh light from the sun, providing a soft and gentle glow into the room while allowing you to maintain your privacy at the same time.

Sunscreen Roller Blinds

Sunscreen Roller Blinds

Sunscreen roller blinds are unique as they are made from a special fabric that filters out harmful UV rays. The fabric can block up to 99% of UV radiation, helping to protect skin, furniture, and even flooring from sun damage. Due to its durability, sunscreen roller blinds are suitable to be placed outdoors, as well as in any room that receives much sunlight.

What Makes Roller Blinds so Special?

Roller blinds are especially functional for Singapore homes. Take a look to see the benefits of installing them in your home or office:

 

  • Privacy and Light Control: You can adjust roller blinds to let in as much or as little light. By opting for blackout roller blinds, you can prevent sunshine and heat from penetrating your windows. If you prefer a gentle dose of light to pass through, go with our proprietary Wabi Sabi Blinds.

 

  • Easy to Clean and Maintain: You can simply wipe roller blinds down with a damp cloth or use a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment to remove any dust or debris.

 

  • Versatility: Roller blinds can be easily customized to fit any window size or shape. They can be made to fit large or small windows, making them ideal for any space.

 

  • Durability: Roller blinds are designed to withstand daily use and can last several years with proper care and maintenance.

Care Guide for Roller Blinds

Roller blinds can last for many years with the proper care, so always ensure the alignment of the fabric is straight before attempting to roll up the blinds.  Roller blinds should be vacuumed or dusted occasionally to remove the buildup of dust and dirt, whereas the deep cleaning process can be done once every 6 months. Take note not to use harsh chemicals or bleach, as they can damage or discolor the blind fabric.

Everyday Curtains’ Roller Blinds

At Everyday Curtains, you can rest assured that you will only get the highest quality roller blinds in Singapore made from excellent fabric and fiberglass blend. As we strive to provide personalized service for all clients, our roller blinds can be customized with our collection of blackout, sunscreen and inhouse fabrics. Our very own Wabi Sabi Blinds is particularly unique as it diffuses harsh light into the room all while maintaining your privacy.

 

For the utmost convenience, our roller blinds can be motorized. They are operated by remote, or voice control, and powered by Somfy/AOK/Dooya/Zigbee systems, which are compatible with many smart home devices.

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