At Invisage, we love being referred a challenge, and this Architecturally designed Inverloch Beach House presented just that. The home is fitted with custom sized and made windows by Tallum and our challenge was to create privacy whilst not being obtrusive.
The clients main priority was to keep the window furnishings very discrete. This was achieved by motorising the roller blinds and fitting them into aluminium fascia cassettes, in the same colour as the window frames.
Here you can see the large expansive window area with the blinds retracted into their cassettes, which seamlessly blend with the window frames.
This gorgeous picture window that looks out onto the magnificent view of Ramsay Blvd required the motorised blinds to be fitted within the bulkhead, to be completely hidden from view and provide complete privacy and light block-out when required.
Here you can see the cassette that holds the motorised blinds so neatly, which can be closed remotely in seconds, with the flick of a switch.
The clients brief for the Master Bedroom was to add a little softness, as privacy was already provided by the tree-line. This was achieved with the use of a gorgeous sheer fabric on a ripple heading and ceiling fixed track. Also hidden behind the drape, to provide light control, is a block-out roller blind.
We loved working with Steve & Deb on their unique Inverloch property and wish them every future happiness in their new home.
I appreciate that this post explained that one of the perks of ziptrak blinds is that it is motorized, which makes it convenient. My wife and I are looking to have our window treatments replaced. I will definitely consider it as a viable option.
I like how you mentioned that the client's top aim was to make the window accessories very understated and that this was accomplished by motorizing the roller blinds and installing them in aluminum fascia cassettes. My mother wants to update the window decor. I'll advise her to install window coverings with blinds for the home.
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