Beautiful colours in Honeycomb blinds
Honeycomb blinds are also known as cellular blinds as they consist of individual cells combined together. Air filters through the open spaces or honeycombs and therefore provide barrier to heat transition. Honeycomb blinds come in various solutions. Honeycomb single and double cell blinds combine the simple, elegant, honeycomb design with beautiful colours and style for sensational window shades. Honeycomb blinds cellular shades are composed of at least two sheets of fabric; one facing the room and the other facing the outdoors. In Honeycomb blinds all cords, seams and holes are hidden so not to deter from the beauty of your shade. Honeycomb blinds are available in different fabrics sheer and light filtering fabrics through to the metallised block-out fabrics
Honeycomb blinds constructions makes these blinds soft, durable and energy efficient. The high insulating characteristics help keep the heat in summer and warm in winter.The honeycomb blinds are available in a wide range of beautiful pleated fabrics of different sizes, different structures and transparencies rich. Cellular blinds are best known for their energy saving properties, but also offer a wide range of customizable options. Cellular blinds are appointed and the insulating power of its honeycomb blinds that traps air between the window and the room, buffer against heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer. Double cell shades provide maximum insulation. Filter light or dark fabrics offer privacy options and control light in a range of colours, textures and even models. Personalize your shadow honeycomb blinds with practical options including wireless elevation, top to bottom, bottom to top, and the powered remote control. .Cellular shades or Honeycomb Blinds
Are workhorses of window furnishings, they offer great insulation, light control and privacy. While traditionally they have had a very simple colour pallet, Norman has released range of fashionable colours to provide the most flexibility in your window treatments. From plains, to textured covering the full modern colour pallet.