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Holiday time is DIY time for new blinds!

Holiday time is DIY time for new blinds!

Holiday time is the best time for any DIY projects, and you know I love a good DIY! If you’ve got a few days off work this January and know your home could do with an upgrade on blinds, shutters or curtains then check out iseekblinds.

Now DIY isn’t scary I promise. iseekblinds has a whole list of tutorials and videos to help you along your way. You can have new window furnishing in your home in no time!

10% SALE across ALL of our fabric ranges for Rollers, Double Rollers, Romans and Panel Glide Blinds. This also includes any Motors, Pelmets or Linked blinds. – iseekblinds.

Watch before you order

iseekblinds have created NEW “How to” (Measure/Install) videos on Roller Blinds & Double Roller Blinds including Motors, Linked and Pelmets. It’s so easy to DIY and save yourself $1000’s! Here’s a sample…

You’ll find all the videos on how to measure and install new blinds over here. Also grab the Handy Check Measure Sheet to assist you to organise and plan your blind orders throughout your home.

How do you decide?

See for yourself! It’s so easy to order samples from iseekblinds and better yet, they’re FREE. Posted priority the next business day to get to you as fast as possible.

I ordered a package of samples before Christmas and here is what I got – big cuts of fabrics which makes it easy to put up against the window to check colours, the bottom rail colours and a handy checklist. There’s a reply paid envelope included so customers can return their samples to once finished.


There are additional NEW Fabric ranges to ensure a wider variety of choice across Rollers, Romans, & Panel Glides – something for everyone’s budget. There are beautiful fabrics, 100’s of colours to choose from, stunning textures and across all price points.

The top selling colours are whites, greys, natural light creams and some darker grey colours. Here are some of my favourites…

When you order the samples, you’ll receive the big fabric swatches. Above are some styles from the Suncreen Range. On the back there is a sticker telling you the colour. Sticky tape them to your window so you can see how they look at various times during the day.

Here are some colours from the Blockout Range with a handy measuring checklist included. Textured blinds are all the go too at the moment!

Ready to get your DIY on? I’m happy to answer any questions in the comments below, or if I can’t I’ll ask iseekblinds for you!

♥ KC.

I am working with iseekblinds over the next 12 months in an ambassador role. 


  1. Tracey Kelly

    14 January

    What type of blinds do you recommend for a kitchen window?

    • Katrina

      14 January

      Hi Tracey, depends on whether is has a sink underneath? Or does it have a view you’d like to maintain?

  2. Cheryl

    13 June

    Hi Katrina

    What do you think about having a charcoal sunscreen roller under a lighter coloured blockout roller or roman blind ? I have a fairly white interior. Do you think double roller blinds look better if their colourways are matched?

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