At Lavish Interior Blinds, we help you achieve the high-quality components needed to ensure your blinds look great and function beautifully. Operating In the Brisbane Metro area, our service includes full customisation over the different components and accessories for your blinds. In cases where too many options makes choosing difficult, our experienced team is here to support your interior design goals and develop a solution that will work for your needs.
Lavish Interior Blind Components
Follow are brief descriptions of our commonly-used interior blind components and accessories. For more information about customising your blinds, or to talk to our friendly team, please book a free measure and quote:
Chain (Roller Blinds)
Roller blinds can be operated manually (by a chain) or mechanically (by a motor). Lavish Interior Blinds provides both options. For manual operation, the chain enables the blinds to be raised and lowered. Different styles of chains provide additional design effects. Because the chain can be a standout or recessive feature, depending on the colour, its prominence can be varied depending on your goals. Learn more about roller blinds on our roller blinds page.
Roller Blind Bottom Rail
Another roller blind feature to take into account is the colour, and style of the bottom rail. The bottom rail serves 2 functions:
a) Holding the blind in place (with gravity)
b) Creating different interior styles
The bottom rail of your roller blinds serves to ground the blinds, both literally and figuratively. It can be similar to your blinds or highly-contrasted, creating different effects accordingly.
Learn more about roller blinds on our roller blinds page.
With roller blinds, the brackets are what holds the roller up. Attached to the wall by our experienced installation team, the brackets have a very low visual profile and are mainly obscured by the roller and the blinds. Our high-quality, low-profile components help ensure your blinds look great and function beautifully. Learn more about roller blinds on our roller blinds page.
In the case of vertical blinds or panel glides, the blinds are operated by a wand (it looks a bit like a magician’s wand) which is used to draw the blinds open or closed. In the case of vertical blinds, the wand can also be rotated to modulate the blinds, allowing some light into the room even when they’re drawn closed. Follow these links for more information:
With panel glides or vertical blinds, the blinds run along a track which is secured to the top of the doorway or window-frame. Tracks can be customised with fabric so they’re in synch with the rest of the installation.
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Blade is the term used to describe the segments, or shutters, in plantation shutters. These segments can be rotated to control light and privacy. Blades are robust and also work as the control mechanism for plantation shutters – you can use them to open or close the shutters. Learn more about our plantation shutters on this page.