Honeycomb Blinds

Versatile, easy to use and offering optimal levels of privacy and insulation, cellular blinds are a great option for your family home. Also known as pleated or honeycomb blinds, these unique window coverings are made by creating an insulating layer of small pockets or "cells" that stop air from entering or escaping through your windows.

Available in a wide range of colours, cellular blinds offer a soft look that is perfect for any room in your home. They are well suited to everything from small windows to large sliding glass doors. eBlindsaustralia offers honeycomb blinds online that are safe for homes with small children or pets. Whatever your requirements, we have product to suit.

A Smart Solution for any Home

To optimise the insulation benefits of honeycomb blinds, ensure that your product is customised to fit your window measurements. This will eliminate the chance of air moving through open spaces at the sides or below where your cellular blinds are fitted. Available in single cell layers, they are an excellent solution to help lower your home's heating and cooling costs. eBlindsaustralia recommends blinds for environments that experience extreme temperatures.
You can also determine the light control by selecting from our range of options in opacity. From transluscent fabric to gently filter harsh rays through to light blocking and room darkening fabrics that will give you total privacy, there is an option to suit any requirement.

Blackout Honeycomb Blinds

The perfect choice for bedrooms, home theatres or any room that requires total darkness, blockout blinds prevent light coming through the cloth so you can create a cosy escape, prevent glares on your TV or computer screens or just ensure a solid night's sleep.

Light Filtering Honeycomb Blinds

Our light filtering option allows you to protect your privacy while still enjoying the benefits of light penetration through your window treatment. The degree of light penetration is determined by the colour of the cloth, giving you flexibility to control how much light is filtered through the window.