Honeycomb blinds are a great way to insulate your windows and keep your house or office warm during winter and cool in summer. The best thing about honeycomb or cellular blinds (as they are sometimes called) is the way these blinds are designed. Honeycomb blinds fabrics are engineered to trap the air inside the cells. Some of the blockout honeycomb blinds have a special aluminium foil lining inside, ensuring even better insulation properties of these honeycomb blinds.
We measure and install our honeycomb blinds in all of Auckland suburbs and regions, including (but not limited to) North Shore, Albany, Browns Bay, Campbells Bay, Castor Bay, Glenfield, Long Bay, Milford, Takapuna, Torbay, Hibiscus Coast, Gulf Harbour, Manly, Silverdale, Whangaparaoa, Auckland Central, Grey Lynn, Herne Bay, Kohimarama, Mission Bay, Parnell, , Ponsonby, Remuera, St Heliers, Mt Eden.
We offer a great selection of blockout (opaque), light-filtering (translucent) and sheer (see-through) honeycomb fabrics in a range of colours and textures. This ensures that you can choose an appropriate fabric for every particular area of your home.
Our honeycomb blinds have a wide range of control systems:
Our fabrics for honeycomb blinds come in different widths:
The honeycomb blinds fabrics are available in the following options:
All accessories used in our cellular blinds are colour matched to achieve the best possible look – the headrail, the bottom rail and the operating cord will be colour matched to the fabric.
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Standard cord lock bottom-up honeycomb blinds
A classic operating system with a cord which is pulled to raise the blind. To lock in the desired level just pull sideways. To release – pull in the opposite direction and lower the shade. Can be supplied with a children safety device.
Cordless honeycomb blinds
Hand operated cellular blinds with finger tab on bottom rail
Dual corded honeycomb blinds
Top down, bottom up honeycomb blinds
Clutch operated honeycomb blinds
Continuous cord drive unit
Dual Corded – Day-night
An opaque and semi-opaque (or sheer) fabrics combined in one blind
Cordless Top-down bottom-up honeycomb shades
Control tab operation
We also have a wide range of automation options, such as remote controlled cellular blinds, battery driven motors and rechargeable headrail motors.
Skylight suitable honeycomb shades
We offer three classes of fabric with completely different characteristics.
Choose any two of them for your unique Day/Night cellular blinds:
Blockout/Opaque honeycomb fabrics
Great choice if you need total privacy and light isolation. Ideal for bedrooms or media rooms.
Translucent honeycomb fabrics
You can’t see through these fabrics but they still allow some light in creating a nice balance. They effectively protect all your furnishings from UV and direct sun rays.
Sheer honeycomb fabrics
An analogue to a net curtain. It softens the light and makes your interior look gorgeous, it’s just the icing on the cake.
100% pricacy and blockout
Great for insulation
Available in 25/38 mm fabircs
Best for bedrooms
Translucent fabrics – allow natural light in
Great looking blinds
Best for lounges and playrooms
Great factory-direct prices!
Wide range of fabrics to choose from
Variety of operating systems
Manual and automated
Our company takes quality assurance very seriously. Each blind is individually wrapped and each package is clearly labelled for easy identification. Multiple honeycomb blinds for a single order may be put in one package.
We only use high quality fabrics and components to manufacture our honeycomb blinds. All parts and fabrics as well as some ready-made honeycomb blinds are imported from one of Taiwan’s most regarded honeycomb blinds supplier.
You can install our honeycomb blinds in any part or area of your home or office. Cellular blinds have been tested to provide some of the best shade, UV protection and heat/cold retention. Honeycomb blinds fit greatly in bedrooms, lounges, offices, meeting rooms, conference rooms, home offices. Try avoiding very windy areas, areas easy to access by pets and very humid areas.
Maximum and minimum dimensions of honeycomb blinds depend on the fabric used and its operating system. Please find a reference image below.
There are two main types of measurement of honeycomb blinds: inside (reveal) and outside (face) mount. For inside mount it is critical to provide accurate measurements in order to achieve the best results. Measure the width of the reveal (frame) in 3 points (top, middle, bottom). Deduct 5 mm off the narrowest dimension obtained. No deduction is required for the drop (height) to allow for some spring-back in cordless and blockout honeycomb blinds.
Outside mount is a bit easier and doesn’t have to be as accurate as inside mount – in general we recommend measuring the width from outside of architrave to outside of architrave. Drop is measured from the top of architrave to the bottom of the architrave. None deductions are necessary.
Installation brackets are universal – fit both inside and outside mount. Brackets can be installed at any point along the head rail – preferably to a secure wall or reveal fixing point. At least one bracket should be located as near as possible to the control end of the blind to support the cord operation.
We can also supply our honeycomb blinds fitted with hold down brackets, that are installed on the sill to hold the blind and prevent from flapping in the wind.
Do not use chemical cleaning agents on the fabric.
Use a hair dryer on cold to gently remove dust or use an anti-static soft brush or cloth to gently attract dust from the fabric.
If there is a particular spot that needs cleaning, use a damp cloth with a very mild detergent. Harsh rubbing may remove some of the colour and distort the surface.
We always recommend installing child safety devices.