Why choose Dual Blinds from Energy Window Fashions?Privacy and Light control
Dual blinds, also known as double blinds, day night blinds or double view are the ultimate in daytime/ night time privacy and light control. The sheer fabric allows UV protection during the day and natural light to filter into your room while still maintaining full privacy. At night simply change the blind to blockout to stop anyone outside looking in.
Not just roller blinds
At EWF our duel blind range extends beyond the standard dual roller blind, our Thermacell cellular horizon range not only makes a great duel blind but it has the best blind insulating properties available. Prefer roman blinds? no problem, we also have a duel roman blind solution.
No need to run around town getting quotes. At EWF we guarantee you our best price and quality everyday matched with an industry high service standard
Our décor consultants happily take the time to guide you through the best blind style and colours to enhance your decor and fulfil you light control and privacy needs. All our consultants are professional and well trained so you can rest assured you’ll get the right advice
FAQ’s about Dual BlindsWill I loose my view during the day?
No, it will obviously be restricted but on brighter days your view should still be clear depending on the colour you choose. The darker the colour the less light reflection so your view is clearer.
Can these blinds be motorised?
Yes, they have the same range of motors and controls as single blinds.
What is the best light control option?
We have a large range of dual blind options available from roller, roman or our very popular horizon Thermacell blind. All allow you to let light flow into the room whilst keeping the prying eyes of your neighbours at bay. Then at night simply lower the blockout blind for privacy.
Locations We ServiceMelbourne & Surrounds
We are proud to offer dual blinds to Melbourne and surrounds, including: Cranbourne, Dandenong, Berwick, Brighton, Burwood, Doncaster, Carnegie, Knoxfield, Mentone, Kew, Toorak, Mount Waverley, Vermont and the Mornington Peninsula.