Turnils launches Honeycomb Essence
Honeycomb Essence fabrics are designed to provide superior insulation due to a unique double cell structure that creates air pockets, increasing the blind’s ability to keep heat in and cold out.
By keeping the home warmer in winter and cooler in summer, the fabrics are designed to help reduce energy bills, as well as safeguarding the environment.
The collection includes translucent and blackout fabrics in a range of colours, from classic whites and neutrals to taupes and browns, as well as charcoals and blacks. Created for a soft and delicate hand feel, Honeycomb Essence fabric is also designed for durability, even in intense sunlight.
Innovations have also been added to the swatches for the collection, which have been designed to simplify selection from a number of control and design options.
Three operating systems for Honeycomb Essence blinds are available from Turnils: the Cordless system, the Easy Rise system and the Classic system.
The Cordless smoothly raises and lowers the shade from a discreet tab on the bottom bar, holding the blind securely and evenly in any position, eliminating the need for adjusting or straightening. The system has the added benefit of complete safety for children and pets, as all cords are hidden within the mechanism.
Also designed for smooth operation, the Easy Rise system is quiet and easy to operate from a continuous cord loop on the side of the blind, taking all the effort out of raising and lowering the shade.
The Classic system raises and lowers the blind from a traditional cord, complete with cord lock, which can be mounted on either side of the blind.
released: Thursday, August 11, 2011
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