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Blind(s)man
post Jun 3 2017, 01:27 PM

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Newly installed roller blinds this morning. .

Thanks LYN member Miss Alycia for installing suncreen roller blinds for the soon-to-be open restaurant in PJ.
Pleasure doing business with you! rclxms.gif





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Blind(s)man
post Jun 8 2017, 07:36 PM

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With windows getting bigger and higher (up to 17-20ft in some cases) for new development, what' the best window dressing solution with the least maintenance?


Here's a case where a client of mine in Arte West Subang has a 18ft high window overlooking the highway. HE wanted a simple window solution to block out the heat and cover up the window with easy maintenance. We helped him to tint the window and install a roller blinds over a long curtain. nod.gif

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post Jun 8 2017, 09:39 PM

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Hi can you quote me for curtains and track include installation? Estimation will do

Living Hall Window (Double Track - Curved)
250 cm (W) x 225 cm (H) (Main curtain outside and sheer on the inside)

Living hall sliding door (Double Track)
210 cm (W) x 240 cm (H) (Main curtain outside and sheer on the inside)

Master room window (Double Track - Curved)
400 cm (W) x 225 cm (H) (Main curtain outside and sheer on the inside)

Guest Room Back Window
120 cm (W) x 145 cm (H)

Bedroom 2 Back Window
120 cm (W) x 145 cm (H)

Bedroom 2 Side Window
60 cm (W) x 145 cm (H)

Bedroom 1 Back Window
180 cm (W) x 115 cm (H)

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post Jun 9 2017, 03:02 PM

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QUOTE(lorrydriverrocks @ Jun 8 2017, 09:39 PM)
Hi can you quote me for curtains and track include installation? Estimation will do

Living Hall Window (Double Track - Curved)
250 cm (W) x 225 cm (H) (Main curtain outside and sheer on the inside)

Living hall sliding door (Double Track)
210 cm (W) x 240 cm (H)  (Main curtain outside and sheer on the inside)

Master room window (Double Track - Curved)
400 cm (W) x 225 cm (H) (Main curtain outside and sheer on the inside)

Guest Room Back Window
120 cm (W) x 145 cm (H)

Bedroom 2 Back Window
120 cm (W) x 145 cm (H)

Bedroom 2 Side Window
60 cm (W) x 145 cm (H)

Bedroom 1 Back Window
180 cm (W) x 115 cm (H)
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post Jun 9 2017, 10:10 PM

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QUOTE(Blind(s)man @ Jun 1 2017, 09:26 AM)
Recently I received many inquiry  whether to go for Curtains or BLinds for their homes.

As a general guideline, curtains are commonly installed in Living and Master bedroom  as it give a soft touch to the area. Blinds such as Sunscreen/blackout blinds are commonly found in Study room and kitchen area.

In recent years, i see there's growing demand of blinds such as zebra and triple shade blinds ahead of curtains. Users tend to opt for ease of maintenance over aesthetic value of curtains. Design of blinds is also getting more versatile and diverse making it more competitive against curtains.
If you hv difficulty in choosing between both, here's some things you should consider before going for your purchase. .

1. Durability.
Blinds are generally more durable than curtains
2 Maintenance
Blinds are easy to maintained vs curtains
3. Aesthetic value
Curtain trumps blinds in the aspect. Curtains designs are better than blinds,though there's more blinds design coming out in recent years.
4. Affordability
BLinds are slight cheaper than curtain. Then again, it depends on what blinds materials you choose too! it can be expensive too. .
5. Place of application
If it's a cooking area, it's best to go for a roller blinds.
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Blinds or curtain....what are the rules within the same floor area? Does it look awkward if we mix? For example on the ground floor living room windows, we used blind and then move to dining area sliding door we use curtain and next to the sliding door there's a window and we use blind. Or within a bedroom, one window with blinds and another window of the same bedroom with curtains.


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post Jun 9 2017, 10:55 PM

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QUOTE(Blind(s)man @ Jun 9 2017, 03:02 PM)
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post Jun 10 2017, 11:12 AM

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QUOTE(imoogi99 @ Jun 9 2017, 10:10 PM)
Blinds or curtain....what are the rules within the same floor area? Does it look awkward if we mix?  For example on the ground floor living room windows, we used blind and then move to dining area sliding door we use curtain and next to the sliding door there's a window and we use blind.  Or within a bedroom, one window with blinds and another window of the same bedroom with curtains.
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Good question.
It's okay to use blinds in the living room and curtains in dining area sliding door. Perhaps for the window beside sliding door, we would suggest client to use curtain to ensure consistency.
FOr bedroom, we suggest to stick with either blinds or curtain alone unless the room is really huge that there's a different section within the room itself ( for instance some ppl hv huge walk in wadrobe/study area inside the master bed room)


Point is, there's no fixed guidelines here, it all depends on clients preference and demand of clients (factors like ease of cleaning+ maintenance and etc)



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post Jun 10 2017, 11:48 AM

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QUOTE(lorrydriverrocks @ Jun 9 2017, 10:55 PM)
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post Jun 13 2017, 10:01 AM

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looking for blinds for my small room. What kind of blinds is suitable and what is the price i'm looking at.
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post Jun 13 2017, 06:52 PM

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QUOTE(Moiteser @ Jun 13 2017, 10:01 AM)
looking for blinds for my small room. What kind of blinds is suitable and what is the price i'm looking at.
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There's a variety options available namely, I'll suggest a few which i think suits your small room the best.

1. Sunscreen blinds
Practical and functional. Allows natural lights diffusing into your room.
Cons- If you're changng in the room ,best to go for blackout or zebra blinds

2. Blackout blinds
AS the name suggest, block out any sunlights coming into your room.


3. Zebra blinds
Versatile and stylish, allows you to control the level of lights coming into your room. you can either close it entirely or allow ilights to come into your room.




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post Jun 14 2017, 11:01 PM

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Living Hall Window (Double Track)
9ft (w) x 8ft (h) Main curtain outside and sheer on the inside)


Master room window
8ft (W) x 8ft (H)

Bedroom 2 Window
6ft (W) x 6ft (H)

Bedroom 3 Window
6ft (W) x 6ft (H)

Can you pm me the price?
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post Jun 15 2017, 08:27 PM

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Hi , do you provide onsite measurement and quotation? Puchong area. Tq
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post Jun 16 2017, 11:56 AM

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QUOTE(ginseng83 @ Jun 14 2017, 11:01 PM)
Living Hall Window (Double Track)
9ft (w) x 8ft (h) Main curtain outside and sheer on the inside)
Master room window
8ft (W) x 8ft (H)

Bedroom 2 Window
6ft (W) x 6ft (H)

Bedroom 3 Window
6ft (W) x 6ft (H)

Can you pm me the price?
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post Jun 16 2017, 11:58 AM

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QUOTE(Tr1Angel @ Jun 15 2017, 08:27 PM)
Hi , do you provide onsite measurement and quotation? Puchong area. Tq
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Yes, we do.
For a quick quote, you may provide dimension to me as well. smile.gif


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post Jun 30 2017, 03:14 PM

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1st Installation post Raya Period for Riverdale Condo Subang One Park from LYN member, Miss Janice. laugh.gif



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post Jul 4 2017, 04:35 PM

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Hi, can pm your contact? thanks.
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post Jul 5 2017, 08:12 PM

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QUOTE(kiviyim @ Jul 4 2017, 04:35 PM)
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post Jul 6 2017, 11:41 PM

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Hello, do you handle motorized blinds and curtains?
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post Jul 7 2017, 08:38 AM

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post Jul 8 2017, 10:01 AM

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QUOTE(SuziQ @ Jul 6 2017, 11:41 PM)
Hello, do you handle motorized blinds and curtains?
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Yes we do. feel free to pm me the size of your window that needed motorized system.

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