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Spotlight on DIY Blinds, Melbourne, Australia

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Based in Melbourne, DIY Blinds are an online full-solution window treatments retailer who operate a little differently to the norm.

"Their unique sales approach sees DIY Blinds working with residential customers across Australia, selling custom made blinds, shutters and curtains all online without a showroom."

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Their unique sales approach sees DIY Blinds working with residential customers across Australia, selling custom made blinds, shutters and curtains all online without a showroom. Their aim is to provide the best online end-to-end shopping experience – providing an experiential point of difference they like to think of as disrupting the industry.

You might wonder how customers find their ideal home furnishing fabrics when they can’t physically visit a showroom and feel the range of products. This is simply managed through a clear online process and the supply of selected fabric samples direct to customer’s doors, including tips on how to measure and install. Keeping supply lines local and selling their Australian made platform, DIY Blinds choose only to partner with premium textiles companies – such as Zepel.

The innovative Ecommerce specification and sales process is a way to pass savings on to the customer while ensuring a top level of service that includes both making and installation.

Check out some of the quality work of DIY Blinds team below:

Blue Lagoon – Kyal and Kara’s Home Oasis
A beach shack, do-up by the sea has been transformed into the forever home for a busy young family. With an Australian coastal meets Mediterranean villa vibe, Kyal and Kara have created an idyllic retreat through a relaxed and calming colour palette of neutrals and floor to ceiling sheer curtains bathing the rooms in filtered light.  Curtain fabric in Allusion by Zepel achieves the soft relaxed aesthetic the couple had envisioned and was specified by DIY Blinds for its mixed composition of linen, cotton and polyester offering robustness as well as a beautiful drape.

Check out the project here.

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This brand new family home is an instant classic, mixing mid-century geometric shapes with modern tones for a timeless result. Backed by a stellar team of professionals including designer Melissa Vukadin and interior stylist Kimberley Baker and DIY Blinds, the home combines textures with a soft yet minimal palette for a tranquil sanctuary.

The key to the success of this home was the ability to combine different textures with a minimal colour palette. This allows the geometric features of the home, like these floor-to-ceiling tiles to stand out, while S Fold sheer curtains offer a diffused light that pairs with a muted palette to soften the overall feel of the room.

Check out all that DIY Blinds has to offer at www.diyblinds.com.au