A Logic roller blind is an extremely popular choice due to its modern, clean minimalist appearance. Reasonably priced and fashionably designed, Logic roller blinds suit any domestic or commercial residence. By combining great design with an extensive range of environmentally tolerant fabrics, Logic roller blinds provide both a sophisticated appearance and excellent solar and UV […]
November 21st, 2008
A Logic roller blind is an extremely popular choice due to its modern, clean minimalist appearance. Reasonably priced and fashionably designed, Logic roller blinds suit any domestic or commercial residence.
By combining great design with an extensive range of environmentally tolerant fabrics, Logic roller blinds provide both a sophisticated appearance and excellent solar and UV protection.
Designed Blinds Australia recently released a range of top-quality painted pelmets. This range of pelmets is ideal for concealing roller blind brackets and mechanisms – the perfect way to finish a window.
Dimensions: Custom made to suit
Applications: Logic roller blinds are the most multi-functional blinds in our range. Logic complements every living space in the home or work environment.
Variations: Logic roller blinds are incredibly versatile. Variations include:
Motorisation – Available in switch or remote operation. Prices start from just $246.
Linked – Up to 3 blinds can be linked together and can even link around corners.
Dual – allows two blinds to operate on the one roller system. Perfect for controlling privacy and optimum light control.
Overlap – A unique bracketing system that allows linked blinds to overlap each other; therefore eliminating light gaps between blinds.
Large Blinds – Designed Blinds Australia operates specialised technology that allows us to cut blinds with a drop as large as 7 metres.
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