Custom Printed Shades
Custom Printed Roller Shades
Do you have a unique design in your mind? Does your kid love dinosaurs or cars? We can custom print any design on our roller-shades and blinds.
What we need are just a high-resolution image and a go-ahead.
You could also automate the blinds – they would be closing and opening just with a tap on your mobile device. All of this is topped up with exceptional quality mechanisms and materials.
Residential Prints &
Think out of the box with our custom-print solution – make a significant change to one of your rooms or place your commercial logo and brand your office.
We’d be happy to help with both – give us a call, and we’d tell you more.
Custom Roller Blinds are today considered one of the most popular types of sun-blocking products available. Custom printed blinds are the perfect solution if you’re looking for more than just the functionality of a window covering but are seeking a unique way to add personality to storefronts, offices or commercial spaces.
You can custom-print any colour, pattern, image or logo you desire onto your new blinds – a simple yet effective way to add style to any décor. We’re proud to bring you premium quality printed custom blinds and shades that are entirely customizable to meet your specifications.
These printed shades and custom blinds are easy to integrate into any interior space, helping to encapsulate even the most off-the-wall design ideas.
Advantages of Custom Printed Shades:
- the use of safe and environmentally friendly materials in the production of photography blinds;
- lack of toxic odours and harmful fumes;
- high-quality photo printing and bright colours;
- resistance to moisture and fading;
- the ability to choose an individual design;
- affordable price.
Roller shades consist of fabric and a roller. The unique design rotates the shaft, rolling or unrolling the shades. In addition, it is possible to fix the fabric at any angle around the window. This can be accomplished by using side rails.
Unlike traditional blinds, roller shades consist of a single fabric that is moved up and down, whereas blinds are constructed with parallel horizontal or vertical slats.
Printed Window Blinds are of two types:
The open view includes a shaft and a special bar, thanks to which the roll hangs evenly. In this case, the entire product is mounted on a wall or frame.
The closed roller blinds are trickier to install. They come with a box that covers the crankshaft. This means that when they are turned off, their pattern will not be apparent. And due to the side slats, you can adjust the room’s illumination.
Where can printed roller blinds be installed?
Often, printed window treatments are installed in the window opening. They can be used on virtually any kind of window (ordinary, dormer, wooden or plastic).
What premises are printed roller blinds suitable for?
How to install printed roller blinds?
- Mount the roller shades on a window sill, wall or frame. This can be done either with self-tapping screws (if it’s meant to be mounted on a wall or window sill) or double-sided tape (if you want to mount roller shades on a window frame). Before attaching, degrease the spot of attachment with alcohol.
- Insert the plastic mechanism into the metal part of the roller.
- Check the operation of the lifting mechanism.
- Insert a plug (plastic stop) on the other side of the metal part of the shaft.
- Place both sides of the blinds in the holder using a special locking mechanism.
- Examine the operation of the roller opener mechanism and make sure it is set at the required height from the window sill.
If you wish, you can order a roller blinds installation service with photo printing in our company. Contact Open Blinds specialists who will cope with this task quickly, efficiently and with imagination!
Roller blinds with photo printing can be created using three technologies:
- ultraviolet printing;
- Solvent’s seal;
- thermal printing.
Using an inkjet printer, UV-printing takes place using special paint applied to the material under ultraviolet light. This process has given this technology its name. Roller blinds with this print can stand up to frequent cleaning and folding.
Solvent printing utilizes paints on a special base; they penetrate the canvas and dissolve the thin layer of topcoat, producing vivid, rich patterns. However, this technique comes with a drawback: it can only be used on special fabrics. The material must be rigid, opaque, dust-proof and easy to clean.
In producing photo-printed blinds and shades, combination day/night fabrics, dimmable and blackout fabric are used. They don’t fade or discolour when printed evenly in colours.
In thermal printing, a thin layer of multilayered film is applied to the surface of the curtain panels. As a result of this process, it produces a product capable of withstanding the effects of ultraviolet rays and not losing its colour for a long time.
However, the principal advantage of thermal printing is the environment-friendly nature of the technology through natural, water-based paints.
Open Blinds manufacture two types of printed shades: open and closed. For more information or a personalized recommendation, we recommend reaching out to our account executives.
For the living room and bedroom, it’s best to go with printed shades in neutral colours. When selecting printed shades for the nursery, pay attention to vivid colour pictures, cartoon characters, stylized images of nature, flora and fauna.
Theme options for photoshoots in the Kitchen section include food, nature, cities, etc. You can also choose any other image to be custom printed with shades after consulting with our designers.
Custom printed shades from Open Blinds are made of fabric with special impregnation. Dry cleaning with a vacuum cleaner or eraser is recommended for the care of such products. Printed shades must not be washed.
To carry out accurate measurements of the printed roller shade, we recommend that you consult with our managers or order a free measurement service.
You can pick up an image on the website browser or provide a photo from your archive. The optimal resolution for medium-sized layouts with fine details (up to 10 m2) is 300 dpi. The maximum width of the printed image is 1580 mm.