Interior blinds add character and practicality to any space, and we have a broad range of colours and textures to suit any room.
Control light, heat and privacy with the latest technology in indoor blind systems and fabrics. With Adelaide’s largest range of indoor blinds, our team can help provide a stylish and value for money solution for your space. Whether you’re looking to darken a room, enjoy filtered light or gain privacy, there’s an indoor shade solution for you.
Looking for an all in one product? Consider Day Night Blind options with products such as Roller Blinds and Honeycomb Cellular Blinds. These products allow you to block out the sun when necessary, and enjoy filtered light when you prefer, giving you the best of both worlds with a single product. Consider layering indoor blinds with Curtains for extra softness and style to complete the look.
Our team of consultants can help you at our display centre, in-home or through a virtual consultation to find the perfect solution to get the look you want.
Talk to our experienced consultants about the wide range of styles, colours and options available, so you can find the perfect solution for you.
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We have a large variety of indoor blinds Adelaide, and our mission is to make sure you have the right interior blinds for your home or office, whether they are honeycomb blinds, vertical blinds, aluminium or wooden venetian blinds, blackout blinds, roller blinds, roman blinds, panel blinds or any of our other internal blind options, we have definitely got the solution for you! So let us help answer some of your questions here with our FAQs and get you started with Stan Bond interior blinds Adelaide today!
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A Roller Blind is an internal blind with a tube at the top which fabric wraps around going up and down to block off a window. Traditionally a Roller Blind has been a chain operated blind whereas a Holland has been the same type of product but with a spring operation. Nowadays most companies call them Roller Blinds.
Our blinds are locally made in Adelaide. We have owned and operate our manufacturing plant in Newton, South Australia since 1980 and the company employs over 40 Adelaide staff. We manufacture over 98% of the products we sell with only a couple of niche exceptions. Stan Bond is SA’s largest manufacturer of Blinds, Awnings & Security products.
Roller Blinds on Sliding Doors are becoming more common. It is possible to install them this way but there are a few things to consider. The blinds often have to fit on the face of the door frame as there may not be enough space in the reveal due to the large handle or sliding door framework. We offer a service of cutting the sliding mullion when there is not quite enough room. Most other companies do not offer this service so if roller blinds on sliding doors are something you are considering, be sure to discuss it with the consultant when onsite. Also consider where you will have the controls – often on standard sliding door set (1 door and 1 fixed panel) you will have two blinds split in the middle. When it is a centre opening sliding doors (1 door and 2 fixed panels) you may need to consider motorisation or easylink to avoid a chain hanging in the middle of the opening.
Yes. Day Night Blinds or Day & Night dual blinds are also known as Combo blinds. That’s when there are two roller blinds on one bracket with most often an open screen fabric on one Blind and a Blockout fabric on another. The screen blind allows daytime privacy, some heat/cold insulation and glare protection while the blockout blind provides nighttime privacy, light control and protection from the hot sun. It’s a very clever design, particularly for apartment or close quarters living.
There are laws in place to protect children from accidental injury on internal blind & curtain chains. In Australia, since the Competition and Consumer (Corded Internal
Window Coverings) Safety Standard 2014 Act, any chain or cord hanging lower than 1600mm from the floor must be restrained so a child’s head cannot fit through any loop formed. We cannot and do not install blinds in a manner that contravenes the law even if the owner of the residence requests an exception.