Our honeycombs come in two different cell sizes. 10mm cell blinds are compact and suit small windows while the 20mm cell honeycomb blinds offer better insulation and are available in more operating system options. For even greater heat-saving benefits, choose the 20mm double cell blinds.
Bottom-up lifting is the traditional operation where the bottom of the blind is raised and lowered. But with honeycomb blinds, you have more options! Top-down blinds are fixed at the bottom of the window so you can cover the lower half for privacy and let light in the top. Or choose the versatility of both and have your blind covering the middle portion of the window.
Choose from standard cord operation; cordless, which operates by simply moving the bottom bar to position the blind; or the clutch system, which minimises the amount of cord (good for large blinds). We also offer motorised operation and a day/night option (for privacy at any time) controlled by one centre rail.
Inside or outside mount
Fitting your blinds inside the window frame is recommended for optimal insulation and offers the cleanest look, but your window recess needs to be deep enough. Fitting the blind outside and just above the frame is practical and flexible, suiting just about any window.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
Let light in, block it out completely, or land somewhere in between - we have all options.
Lets in no light. Ideal for bedrooms and media rooms.
Softens light to create a gentle mood.
Not quite see-through but lets in light and protects from UV.
Two shades in one with sheer and full blockout or translucent.
WHY CHOOSE CUSTOM-MADE honeycomb blinds
To get the look and function you want, our consultants guide you through which type of blind, materials, and hanging styles you need, and take accurate measurements.
Custom-crafted with care
Most of our blinds are custom-made by us here in New Zealand with a few custom-made by our partner manufacturers, who have been chosen with care to meet our standards.
Once your blinds are made, we have a professional team trained to install them to ensure they fit, hang and operate just right. They will also show you best practice for using them.