Spring is in the air with the new collection of window fashions and external awnings from LUXAFLEX.
September 27th, 2010
LUXAFLEX have scoured the world’s trade fairs and brought back the latest trends in fabrics and customised them for unique Australian conditions.
‘Mauritius’ block out blinds is made from organic iridescent yarns with a soft shimmering effect to complement the complexion of your room.
In a first for block out blinds, the unique tonal back allows you to colour match the blind to the building exterior, making a design statement inside and out.
Manufactured in Australia, ‘Mauritius’ is available in 6 colourways and up to 2.8m wide to suit windows and doors of modern homes. Both sides of the fabric are treated with Sanitized® Antimicrobial Protection and DURAGARD® Fabric Protector, reducing bacteria, odour and mildew and repelling stains.
‘Mauritius’ is perfect for Roman blind, roller blind and panel glide applications.
For the outside of the home, LUXAFLEX introduces three new folding arm awnings – ‘Ventura’, ‘Garda’ and ‘Como’.
Spanning up to 13m wide by joining two awnings together, the new range is design to cover large outdoor living areas.
The German-engineered awnings are made from cast aluminium, is corrosive resistant and salt sprayed to protect against harsh Australian weather conditions.
They’re also available with rain hood attachments, protecting both the fabric and the awning when fully retracted.
The awnings can be completely motorised with optional sun and wind sensors, or fitted with an easy to operate, light weight crank control. With lighting and heating accessories, the awnings are designed to maximise alfresco living all year round.
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