Window Furnishings for Your Home or Business

blinds

The right blind not only shades a room from light, but also adds colour, texture and style to an otherwise blank wall. Choosing the correct blind can make all the difference to the appearance of a room. At Supa Floors & Interiors on the Sunshine Coast, we have an extensive range of blinds to suit all tastes. Visit our showroom or give us a call to find out more!

VENETIAN BLINDS

Venetian blinds create a modern finish for any room. They are a great choice for homes and workplaces where variability in the amount of light is essential.

VERTICAL BLINDS

Vertical blinds give you the choice over how much light to let into your room. Simply rotate the vertical strips to the desired position.

PANEL GLIDE BLINDS

Panel glide blinds offer a discreet way to divide a room, cover some shelving or block out a window. The simple gliding panels are easy to operate and provide a smart, modern alternative to curtains or doors.

 
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ROMAN BLINDS

With their elegant folds of fabric, Roman blinds will bring a classical yet contemporary look to your home. Choose from many different fabrics and colours to perfectly complement your furniture.

EXTERIOR BLINDS AND AWNINGS

Enjoy the shade on a hot summer’s day by installing one of our patio awnings in your property. An awning will also enable you to keep the party going outside if the weather does happen to turn nasty.

 

SCREENS

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Choosing the right security screen for your requirements is essential. At Supafloors and Interiors we use CommandeX security screens.

Whichever CommandeX security screen product you choose, you can be confident it is custom crafted by expert technicians to suit your individual home, office or building requirements.

CommandeX offer a complete range of screening solutions from their top of the range SecureView Eclipx stainless steel security screens through to their economical Xceed perforated aluminium screens, which is a superior alternative to the dates Diamond Grille.

 

CURTAINS

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