Roller blinds

Available in blockout fabrics, roller blinds are perfect window coverings for living rooms and bedrooms! ... Featuring a range of fabrics and colours for superb light control, you can buy high quality single and dual roller blinds online or instore at Amart, along with venetian blinds and beautiful curtains. Read more

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Lighten The Mood With Neat, Sleek Roller Blinds!

Window treatments have a direct impact on the amount of natural light filtering into your home. Choose the flexibility and versatility of unfussy indoor roller blinds in a range of fabrics for the ultimate light control.

What are roller blinds?

Roller blinds are sleek and simply stylish window coverings suited to any style of living room or bedroom decor style from heritage to ultra-modern. Our high quality roller blind range is available in a choice of configurations including:

  • Blockout roller blinds - for total night-time privacy
  • Light filtering roller blinds - for daylight screening
  • Dual roller blinds - day and night roller blinds on one duo bracket

Whether you mount a roller blind inside the window cavity or on the wall surrounding the window, you’ll find it opens and closes with the easy-to-use smooth operation of a chain fixed with a safety-approved chain guard.

At Amart our stylish range of ready made roller blinds include colour options in 100% polyester smooth, sheer and textured fabrics.

How do you install roller blinds?

Roller blind installation is simple. Two brackets are fixed either side of the window and the roller blind simply clicks into the brackets. If you are installing double roller blinds consisting of a sheer roller blind and a blackout roller blind like the Dusk Duo Roller blind, a duo bracket is used to affix both blinds onto one bracket.

Depending on your window design and size, if you’re installing ready-made roller blinds they can be mounted in two positions:

  1. On the wall surrounding the window cavity. This is called a ‘face fit’.
  2. Within the window cavity, as long as there is sufficient space for the blind to sit when fully wound up. This is called a ‘recess fit’.

Which way should roller blinds face?

A common question, as the old-school way of mounting roller blinds was with the blind rolling inwards closest to the glass with the unrolled portion fully exposed.

Modern styling dictates that roller blinds now roll outwards over the top of the roller, providing a neater finish and showing none of the unrolled portion of blind.

How do you measure for roller blinds?

Our wide range of beautiful and affordable roller blinds for windows are available in ready-made sizes to suit standard window designs. Our sizes include:

  1. Drops of 210cm with widths ranging in 30cm increments from 60cm to 210cm
  2. Drops of 240cm with widths ranging in 30cm increments from 60cm to 240cm

If you’re measuring for a ‘face fit’ where the roller blind is fitted outside the window cavity, measure the width of the window from wall edge to wall edge - this is where your brackets will be mounted. Measure the ‘drop’ which is the top of the window frame to the bottom of the window frame.

If you’re measuring for a ‘recess fit’ i.e. the blind will be mounted inside the window frame, measure the width from bracket to bracket within the window frame. Measure the drop within the window frame too, to be sure the blind is long enough.

Also measure the depth within the window cavity to ensure the rolled portion of the blind won’t protrude when fully wound up.

Note: the blind’s drop (210cm or 240cm) just needs to be longer than the window, it doesn’t matter if it is much longer because you don’t need to roll the blind completely down.

What types of blinds are in style?

At Amart you can buy roller blinds online along with venetian blinds, curtains and curtain rods - all stylish and on-trend options which are beautiful additions to homes across Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the rest of Australia.

The best choice of window covering for your home will depend on:

  1. Privacy and insulation needs
  2. Daytime light filtering requirements
  3. The need for night time darkness and privacy
  4. Home decor style
  5. Budget

Compare the following benefits when choosing the right window furnishing for your home:

  • Thick curtains provide the most insulation.
  • Roller blinds and venetian blinds are ideal for smaller rooms or Scandi-style interiors.
  • Light filtering roller blinds and sheer curtains provide the most daytime privacy.
  • Blockout curtains and blockout roller blinds exclude the most light.
  • Roller blinds accumulate the least dust.