Double Roller Blinds
Enjoy privacy without shutting the light out from your home with double roller blinds from Gold Coast Blinds & Shutters. A flexible and timelessly elegant addition to any space, our double roller blinds offer the best of both worlds for homeowners, blending seamlessly into any décor.
Customisable with a range of fabrics to offer different levels of light penetration and diffusion and offered in a range of shades to better suit your lifestyle, our double roller blinds look fantastic in any room, in any house. Designed and manufactured in Australia for Australian conditions, our dual roller blinds deliver the durability and performance you’d expect from a premium, locally made product.
To order your double roller blinds – or to learn more about our range of indoor blinds – get in touch with Gold Coast Blinds & Shutters today. Book a free measure and quote using our contact form or call us at our on (07) 5574 4788 with any questions.
Can you see through day/night double roller blinds?
Day/night roller blinds fitted with a sunscreen or light filter layer allow you to look out and the light to come in, but don’t allow your neighbour or passers-by to look into your space. Of course, these blinds also come with a blockout layer that you can roll down when it’s time for sleep.
Should dual roller blinds go inside or outside the window frame?
Roller blinds look great mounted inside or outside the window frame, but consider how you’ll be using them. For spaces such as bedrooms where you want complete darkness, outside mounting does a better job of blocking light than an inside mount, which leaves a small gap between sill and fabric to accommodate the mounting bracket. Elsewhere, it’s up to you!
What are the best blinds for bedrooms?
Double roller blinds offer the best of both worlds. No one wants to be dazzled the second they wake up – choosing double roller blinds with a diffuser layer allows your eyes to gently acclimatise to the light, without the risk of falling back asleep in a perfectly dark room! Best of all, the diffuser curtain can be left down throughout the day safely, allowing light to enter your room but still giving you privacy and preventing people from seeing in.
How do you connect two roller blinds together?
For larger windows, you may want to consider connecting two or more roller blinds together for functionality or aesthetic purposes. This can be done by using joining brackets that link the blinds together, but have one chain controlling both blinds.
Which fabrics can be paired in a double roller blind?
It’s common to find blockout blinds or sunscreen blinds paired in a double roller blind. The blockout blind provides privacy and insulation, while the sunscreen blind allows natural light in throughout the day while maintaining privacy and protection of your interior. A light filtering blind is also commonly paired with a blockout blind, as this diffuses the natural lighting throughout the day.
I don’t have enough depth in my bedroom window recess to inside mount my double roller blinds. What are my options?
You can install two separate blinds by mounting your sunscreen blind inside for light and daytime privacy, and mounting your blockout blind outside. Choose a back roll fabric for your outside mount so it sits close to the architraves, so you can enjoy optimum privacy and light control even without a double blind.