Curtains & Blinds

Find the perfect window coverings for your home in our range of light filtering and blockout curtains and blinds.... We’ve got you covered with quality products including curtain rods, sheer curtains, eyelet curtains and pinch pleat curtains as well as sleek venetian blinds and modern duo roller blinds. Read more

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The Perfect Blinds and Curtains For Every Home!

Our wide range of chic and stylish ready-made window coverings offer the ultimate light control, privacy and insulation for your home. Discover the natural appeal of faux wood venetian blinds, the fabulous functionality of roller blinds with the option of dual brackets, and the all-round benefit of light filtering and blackout curtains in a range of fabrics and colours.

What are the different types of curtains and blinds?

Our beautiful range of curtains add luxurious style and warmth to your home in two types:

  • Light filtering - also known as sheer curtains - for daytime privacy and light filtering.
  • Blackout - also called blockout - for night time privacy and complete light exclusion.

Sleek, no-fuss blinds are ideal window coverings for any style of home decor. Our on-trend range of affordable ready-made blinds includes:

  • Blockout roller blinds
  • Duo roller blinds in blockout and sheer fabrics
  • Fauxwood venetian blinds in varying drops and widths

Which is best, curtains or blinds?

Both curtains and blinds will provide your home with excellent:

  1. Light control
  2. Temperature insulation
  3. Privacy

While blockout fabric curtains may be perceived to provide the highest level of insulation against light and heat transference through glass, roller blinds and venetian blinds mounted inside the window cavity also do an excellent job.

With the advent of the duo roller, you can enjoy the benefits of a light filtering roller blind and a blackout roller blind on the same window, similar to the way a sheer curtain and a blackout curtain work together.

When deciding which is best for your home, consider whether you prefer the luxurious finish of curtains or the neat finish of a roller blind or venetian blind. Don’t forget to check how your blinds and curtains will look from the outside too!

How do you choose curtains and blinds?

With so many great options, choosing curtains and blinds isn’t always easy! Consider the following factors when making your decision:

  1. Room size and decor style.
  2. Fabric/material and colour.
  3. Mounting position.
  4. Daytime vs night time privacy.
  5. Opening/closing controls.

Room size and decor:

If you want to make your room appear bigger and if your living room and dining room furniture style is more in line with sleek Scandi than plush French Provincial, choose blinds. If space isn’t at a premium and you don’t mind window coverings with a bit more substance and presence, choose curtains.

Fabrics and colours:

Fabric colours may contrast with wall colours, e.g. charcoal grey blinds or curtains against white walls, or they can match for a blended, unobtrusive look. A textured blind such as Rise adds interest to neutral colours.


Depending on your home’s design and the available space, blinds can be mounted within the window frame or on the surrounding wall space, and curtains are generally mounted on the wall. We have curtain and blind accessories to complete the look.


Remember that if you require complete night time privacy you will need to choose blockout fabrics, and that sheer, light-filtering fabrics are transparent at night.


Curtains and blinds can be automated or opened and closed with wands or chains. Chains must be fixed to the wall or window frame to comply with Australian standard safety regulations.

Do all your window coverings have to match?

All window coverings throughout the home do not have to match, but experts would suggest that all street-facing windows should have matching curtains or blinds for a cohesive look from the exterior.

Most home stylists would agree that window furnishings should be uniform within the same room such as an open plan living room, but they don’t need to be the same throughout the entire house.

How do you hang curtains?

Modern styling says curtains should be hung to floor level, fixing the curtain rails either just below the ceiling or approximately six inches above the window. They can be fixed to curtain rods in pinch pleat, eyelet or tab designs.