Blind Love is the new bi-monthly round-up of all things Vertilux.
March 3rd, 2011
Replacing the previous eVision newsletters, Blind Love is your brand new guide to what’s cool and what’s hot in the world of window coverings.
Vertilux is collating the concepts of care and community in this e-news, from product ranges to what’s happening in the industry.
Vertilux has hit the ground running in 2011 with a new fabric range, a kaleidoscopic handful of fresh colours, and a svelte new system called SheerLine.
Vertilux’s new fabric range, Zing Translucent, comes in the same colours as Zing Room Darkening as well as new colours – Dover, Camel, Shadow and Flax.
The ever-popular Madison Room Darkening range is now available in new colours Impala and Columbia.
Finally, the new SheerLine system from Vertilux is a unique roller blind system with innovative fabric of alternating horizontal sheer and room darkening or translucent vanes.
SheerLine has a variety of options for daylight control, privacy by night, easy-to-clean polyester fabric, and a colour palette of neutral tones.
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