Roller blinds are a sleek and efficient solution for window treatments, combining functionality with aesthetic appeal. These blinds consist of a single piece of fabric or material that smoothly rolls up and down with the help of a simple control mechanism. Ideal for both modern and traditional interiors, roller blinds offer an array of options in terms of materials, colours, and patterns, allowing them to seamlessly integrate into any room decor.

  • Simple, versatile and easy to operate
  • Stylish modern look
  • Low maintenance
  • Provide maximum privacy
  • Great insulation ability

Fabric Styles

Provides the ultimate level of privacy, day and night while helping to insulate the room. Blockout fabrics are ideal for bedrooms and home theatre/TV rooms due to their room darkening capabilities.

Light Filtering
Filter harsh light, but do not allow a view through. They bring texture or patterns to light coming into a room whilst providing daytime and night time privacy. Similar effect to a frosted bathroom window.

Allow for heat and light control while maintaining outdoor view. Perfect for reducing glare and heat in a room exposed to the sun. Layer with Blockout fabrics for night time privacy.

Minimum and maximum sizes

Width: 300mm - 3000mm (restrictions apply to some fabrics)
Height: 400mm - 3000mm

Oversized Blinds

All blind widths over 2700mm are considered oversized. Although we use the highest quality lightweight heavy-duty tubing, blinds of this size run the risk of a slight ripple in the cloth. This is considered standard for these dimensions and is not considered detrimental to the operation and effectiveness of this product. As a result no warranty claim against this aspect of the product will be considered.

For oversized windows, we recommend ordering Linked Roller Blinds.

Linked blinds allow you to control multiple roller blinds with a single chain or motor. With various options available, you can find the correct configuration to cover your wide window.


Fabric: Polyester Fabrics provide a balance of durability and aesthetic appeal and are easy to maintain.

Polyester fabrics are a popular choice for roller blinds due to their unique blend of durability and aesthetic versatility. Characterised by its strong synthetic fibres, polyester is highly resistant to wrinkles and shrinking, ensuring that the blinds maintain their shape and appearance over time.

Fitting Types

Roller blinds are available in both face fit and recess fit. Please note that the minimum recommended depth of a window recess is 60mm for single rollers and 125mm for double rollers. When operating in a recess fit it is important to ensure that things such as window winders and handles will not obstruct the blind (please use the recess fit depth requirement as a guide to how much space is needed for the blind to clear obstructions).

  • Recess Fit

    Single roller blinds require a window frame depth of 60mm for the blind to fit neatly.

    A minimum depth of 30mm is required; however, this will result in blind projection from the recess.

    Double roller blinds require a window frame depth of 125mm for the blind to fit neatly.

    A minimum depth of 50mm is required; however, this will result in blind projection from the recess.

    A small (approx 15mm +-) gap on either side of the blind fabric is standard to allow for the brackets & control mechanism (chain drive or motor). This applies to both single & double roller blinds.

    Always provide window measurements in full; do not make any deductions yourself.

    We make a 4mm deduction to allow for the roller blind to fit in the recess.

    Your blind will be 4mm shorter in width bracket to bracket when received.

  • Face Fit

    The front of a single roller blind will sit approximately 80mm, 140mm for a regular double & 100mm for a slimline double roller blind from the face of the window frame.

    For a professional finish, we recommend ordering a matching Pelmet. This is only available online for single roller blinds. For double or linked roller blinds, please contact us or book a free video design consultation for the custom bonded pelmet option currently not available online.

    A small (approx 15mm +-) gap on either side of the blind fabric is standard to allow for the brackets & control mechanism (chain drive or motor). This applies to both single & double roller blinds.

    We do not make any deductions for face-fit roller blinds.

    Your face fit roller blind width will be exactly what you provide bracket to bracket when received.


  • Do not use cleaning products to clean your blinds as they may damage the fabric or compromise the colour
  • General dusting is suitable and should be done regularly to maintain your blinds
  • For spot cleaning, remove as much dust as possible before wiping with a damp cloth
  • Refer to individual fabric properties for additional cleaning instructions


Aluminium Tube Sizes

All roller blinds come standard with 45mm aluminium Super Heavy Duty Tube. This also includes a spring assist control for widths over 2400mm where the drop exceeds 1500mm. A spring assist control is a tensioning spring inside the roller that helps wind the blind back up.

Base Rails

Are fitted to the bottom of your roller blind to give it weight and to keep the fabric straight.
It is made of aluminium with a plastic end cap on both ends and slightly wider than the roller blind fabric.
Available in 2 different types and various colours to match or contrast with roller blind fabric.


The standard chain size supplied is calculated based on your roller blind drop as per below.

If you need a longer or shorter chai, depending on the position of your window, please give order instructions during checkout or book a free online design consultation.

Roller Blind Drop

Pre-Looped Chain Size

Up to 900mm


901 - 1200mm


1201 - 1500mm










Roll Direction

  • Front rolled

    The fabric is rolled forward from the top of the roller, away from the window and into the room. This method is preferred from recess fitted blinds, where obstructions such as winders and door handles or mullions are present within the window frame.

    NOTE: This setup is not preferred for face fitted blinds as it creates a gap down the side of the blind and allows an excess of light to enter a room.

  • Back rolled

    The fabr is rolled backward from the top of the roller, towards the window and away from the room. This setup is considered an industry standard as it maximises insulation and light control.

    Recommended for face fitted blinds to minimise gaps on the side where light can seep through.

    NOTE: Some blockout roller blind fabrics have a white thermal backing, which may be visible at the top of back rolled blinds. We recommend ordering a pelmet to cover these or select fabric that has the same colour on the front and back. For more information, contact us; we are here to help.



You can select a metal or fabric wrapped FRS Pelmet, available in 100mm or 120mm, whilst ordering single roller blinds.

Roller blind Pelmets must be ordered at the same time as the relevant blind the factory makes deductions to the roller blind to allow for brackets and blind to fit within the pelmets.

If you have existing blinds or double roller blinds or tricky windows that require pelmets please contact us and we will do our best to find a solution. See Roller Blind Pelmet section for further details.

Tips & Troubleshooting

  • My blind is hard to operate or making clunking noises
    It is likely that the blind is in the incorrect position in the Chain Drive bracket. Please go to Step 3 “Inserting the blind” and make sure that the end cap has not been rotated out of position. The ACMEDA logo should always be in the 6 o’clock position.
  • My blind is tracking to one side
    This can easily be remedied by unrolling the blind and placing a 10cm piece of masking tape onto the aluminium tube, on the side you need the blind to go to. Add a couple more layers for thickness until the blind rolls up straight. If this does not fix the problem, please contact us.
  • I need to clean my blind
    Cleaning the blind only requires a damp cloth. Make sure not to rub too hard as you may damage the Blockout coating.
  • My blind has a curve/kink
    Due to transport, or the blind being left in one position for a long period of time, a curve/kink may have formed in the cloth. Please let the blind settle and this should fall out over time (warm weather will usually help). Try to rotate the blind to different heights regularly to avoid this occurring.
  • I would like the chain on the opposite side
    Simply remove the end caps and swap them, along with the bracket positions, to opposite sides.

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