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Texstyle - Turn a fresh eye to verticals

2nd September, 2013

Vertical Blinds have been a consistent performer in the Australian market for years. These practical, stylish and easy to clean window coverings have seen many trends in colour and pattern, and Texstyle are raising the bar to inspire a whole new generation of fabric offerings for vertical blind manufacturers.

Our Bringing Fabrics to Life campaign has recently seen the launch of the new Focus Collection. Inspired by popular Dulux colours, the new Focus Collection allows manufacturers to work with builders and decorators to coordinate interior spaces well in advance.

Our Uluru and Kimberley Collections are delicate, woven jacquards. With multiple coloured yarns in each of the ranges, both collections offer a palette of 7 colours and are available in the popular 127mm and 89mm widths. With a non repeating pattern, Uluru and Kimberley are designed to flow seamlessly from blade to blade to offer a natural transition across the width of each blind. Uluru and Kimberley offer the perfect solution for someone looking to merge the functionality of vertical blinds with timeless and contemporary colour offerings.

New Stock has arrived!
View the Uluru Collection
View the Kimberley Collection

An Exciting New Vertical Collection... Coming Soon

Recognising the need to have a vertical blind collection that not only offers great colour variety but also the control of light, Texstyle have developed the Crossroads Collection, an exciting new range of 127mm vertical fabrics in matching block out and light filtering. Crossroads will allow the use of light filtering fabrics in living areas and block out fabrics where there is a need for privacy, all the while having consistency throughout the interior of the home.

Please check the Collections Page for this and other new product releases in the coming months.

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