Window Furnishings Australia

BLINDS BY PETER MEYER COMES OF AGE

Blinds by Peter Meyer continues to evolve as a heritage business with its eye on the future, built on a close understanding of its customer base. The company’s acquisition of Silent Gliss has initiated a series of product innovations, while the legacy Blinds by Peter Meyer business continues to meet market demand with new differentiated releases. WFA reports. READ MORE

THE FUTURE IS NOW IN HOME AUTOMATION

A connected home is no longer a futuristic concept saved for the silver screen. Today, consumers are demanding homes that keep up with the pace of their lives, their needs and wishes. So what are the implications for window coverings? WFA reports. READ MORE

LOCKDOWNS BITE HARD ON INDUSTRY

The prolonged lockdown in Sydney and snap lockdowns elsewhere around the country are playing havoc with the window furnishings industry. WFA spoke to several retailers and wholesalers about how they have dealt with the complex business restrictions. READ MORE

NEW OPENINGS FOR DRAPERY

The renaissance of home life resulting from the pandemic means good business for the curtain trade, with new coordinated offerings emerging from key suppliers. WFA reports. READ MORE

Somfy opens virtual showroom Somfy has opened a virtual showroom targeting end-users. READ MORE
Wilson Fabrics now Greenguard accredited Wilson Fabrics has gained Greenguard accreditation, signifying the company’s commitment to emissions and pollution reduction. READ MORE
New roller blind system from Scott Free Scott Free has released Ultra 2.0, which it describes as offering a more comprehensive suite of... READ MORE

WORDS FROM THE EDITOR Sep 2021

Who would have thought that I’d be writing about vaccines in a window furnishings magazine? Or mandating vaccinations of staff in the workplace? But, here we are, 18 months in... READ MORE

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