New Releases Chime With Latest Trends

Designed in line with the latest global trend directions, Australian Window Furnishings’ recent releases have been well received by the market Patricia Seoudi, trend expert at Australian Window Furnishings, attended the Heimtextil expo in Germany at the beginning of the year, where she says she gained insights into the latest developments. “Heimtextil is a fantastic platf...

Technical Smarts Drive Business At Gracetech Textiles Australia

Gracetech Textiles Australia is making inroads in the window furnishings industry with its Solar Cool screen fabrics offering quality at a reasonable price. The company has foundations in the highly technical and demanding Automotive Textile Industry, which is where Managing Director Steven Montile says Gracetech developed the understanding of customers’ needs in terms of...

Romasafe Takes Out Us Award

A child-safe roman blind system part-developed in Australia has taken out a Window Covering Manufacturers Association (WCMA) award for best new style concept. The system, known as the Romasafe Roman Shade System, was developed by Don Hailes, the managing director of Seaford-based The Roman Empire along with an American company.

“Back in 2006 I patented an aluminium bat...

Security Plantation Shutters Offer Retail Advantage

With a 20-year history starting in the security screen industry, Guardian Screens & Shutters was uniquely positioned to spot an opportunity to develop, manufacture and retail Security Plantation Shutters The company, which was one of the original Crimsafe licensees, has developed its range of Security Plantation Shutters over the last 10 years with a retailer’s point of vi...

Cologne visit for Weinor dealers

A number of Australian visitors took advantage of their pilgrimage to R+T Stuttgart in February by heading to the Cologne head office of German folding arm awning manufacturer Weinor. Weinor, who recently appointed Blinds by Peter Meyer as its exclusive agent in Australia, used the opportunity to conduct training and to give the Australians a thorough introduction to the h...



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The Dos and Donts Of Blogging

Our resident digital media expert talk James Cole talks about setting up regional and demographic targeting on Facebook and social media using marketing and remarketing. Whether you’re selling a brand new product/service or competing in a tough commoditised market, finding new audiences through Facebook has never been easier.

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Style + Staying Power

Curtain fabric releases for 2017 point to ongoing demand for sheers, along with a keen interest in pairing design flair with performance and function, while new patterns and prints, highlighted in particular at the Heimtextil trade fair in January are worth noting. Belinda Smart spoke to key suppliers in the category. MOKUM/JAMES DUNLOP TEXTILES
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Outstanding Showroom Space Open For Business

South Australian company Kornblum is promoting its state-of-the-art showroom as a space for lease with a difference, following a decision to move out of retail and focus on manufacturing + software development. “We currently own the largest showroom in Australia with the most impressive fit out by far; by all accounts the interstate fabric reps that have seen the showroom...


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Launched in 2008, Window Furnishings Australia is the industry publication for Australia’s interior and exterior window furnishings industry. Published six times a year, the magazine’s high level production provides a compelling showcase for new product launches across all areas of window furnishings, while quality editorial analysis creates a forum for discussing the industry’s most pressing issues. Launched in 2016, Built Offsite embodies Boston Publishing’s capabilities as a pioneer that identifies nascent trends early on. The magazine is dedicated to educating and informing readers on developments and leading-edge thinking in Australia’s emergent prefabricated architecture industry. Built Offsite is published six times a year in collaboration with PrefabAUS, Australia’s peak industry body representing the offsite construction industry. The official journal of the Australian Institute of Architects’ NSW Chapter and continuously published since 1944, Architecture Bulletin is Australia’s oldest architectural journal. Published four times a year with an additional NSW Architecture Awards edition, the magazine features discussion articles by architectural opinion leaders as well as coverage of the industry’s key issues.
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