There are a lot of new technologies debuting in 2017 that will definitely change the face of interior design forever. I had the fortune of being able to see some of these technologies demoed by local professionals. After interviewing a number of different companies that are helping bring interior design into the future, I’m very impressed with the efficiency and the aesthetic beauty of what I saw.
Interior Illusions specialise in making roller blinds in Melbourne. Some of their new roller blinds are absolutely stunning and work perfectly with a wide variety of design configurations, “We try to help our customers make a great first impression, whether they’re trying to beautify their residence or improve the look of their business.”
Interior Illusions is Melbourne-based company established in 2004 with a great reputation for high-quality window blinds for commercial and residential customers. Of the companies I contacted, they were the one I was most impressed with. Their collection of venetian blinds, roller blinds, curtains, drapes, plantation shutters, and other different types of blinds was very impressive. They showed me some of the blinds that they installed for IKEA Richmond, which looked absolutely stunning at the location. “We’re committed to giving our clients access to both contemporary and classic styles for an excellent price.” John from Interior Illusions stated.
They’ve been working in the local area for over a decade, and they’ve been hired by a variety of different companies like IKEA, Ticketek, Southery St Elwood Interiors, BAE Williamstown, and many more companies.
While the average person might not give much thought to blinds and shutters, they really make or break your interior design scheme. Having outdated or unsightly blinds at your property can really degrade the appearance of your home or business on the whole.
If you’re in the process of re-designing your home or your business, perhaps it’s time to integrate some of the next-generation blinds available on the market! I’m very curious to see where the future of interior design continues to lead us.