As the name eludes to venetian blinds were first introduced to the Europeans in the 18th century through the merchant city of Venice. Although history records that it was Persia who invented the window covering.
Venluree aluminium venetians provide the perfect complement to interiors. Aluminium venetians can transform any room in the home into an elegant and warm environment. A wand allows you to control the amount of light in each room and provide complete privacy.
Venluree designs each blind to your specifications and the exclusive reinforced head rail with light control lip allows us to manufacture blinds up to 3.6 metres wide and drops of 2.5 metres. Venluree provides solutions for curved or angled windows as well and can hand make a venetian blind to cover most architecturally designed window shapes. Over the years the contemporary lines of Venluree’s Aluminium Venetian Blinds have made them New Zealand’s favourite venetian.
Venluree’s Aluminium Venetian Blinds are available in 2 different slat sizes – 25mm & 50mm and they have an extensive colour range. The ever-popular Aluminium Venetian blind is arguably the most versatile blind in the world. There is virtually no domestic or commercial situation, from the kitchen to lounge, boardroom to bathroom, conservatory skylight to office foyer that cannot be met by an Aluminium Venetian blind.
They are now stronger, easier to operate than in years gone by and the modern range of Venetians is one of Venluree’s top selling blinds. With the classic look, the 50mm Aluminium Venetian blind is the answer for that 50s retro style.
The pure form of aluminium means these are very flexible so you cannot easily break or damage them. They also have an oxide film on them which is naturally occurring. This gives it the ability to be non-corrosive and improve durability. Aluminium Venetian blinds are very easy to clean and best of all recyclable.
So if you’re looking for clean lines and that contemporary setting call us today to arrange a FREE in home consultation.
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