Custom Painted Blinds by Cedar Blinds

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Custom Painted

Property owners have their own tastes and preferences when it comes to window coverings and other decorative items. At Cedar Blind Specialists, we understand these differences and offer clients an option to have their blinds custom painted. This gives them the flexibility and freedom to create a more personalised living or working space.

While most clients prefer the natural look of traditional window blinds, others want something different for their properties. Custom painted blinds are becoming more popular among home and business owners across New Zealand. If you want your blinds painted with specific colours that match your decor or wall paint, talk to our window treatment specialists today. We deliver and install custom painted blinds Auckland wide - the right product and the service you want.

At Cedar Blinds Specialist, we provide a complementary measure and quote without any prior purchase. Contact us today and let us help you find the best venetian blinds for your home and office.

Multiple Colour Options

As a leading local blind manufacturing company, Cedar Blind Specialists provides clients with a huge range of colour options for their window coverings. Our custom painted blinds are ideal if you are renovating your property, as these will give your space a brand new, more sophisticated look. Choose from a wide range of colours and get a quick quote. We can provide you with blinds that look like wood, aluminium, or any other materials available on the market.

We can repaint existing window blinds, as well. If you think your blinds need a little restoration or a completely different look, we can help. Contact us and let us talk about how we can have your window blinds custom painted.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are our most frequently asked questions:

1. How durable are the blind mechanisms??
The blind mechanisms for our blinds Are long lasting – made with heavy duty aluminium head rail systems, to ensure stability and strength.
2. I have a limited budget. Do you have different types of blinds and pricing ??

Prefer the cedar look in a PVC finish? If you are working to a limited budget, our Artwood range of PVC blinds could provide a quality alternative. PVC blinds are manufactured with the same high quality components as cedar blinds, and provide a painted wooden-look finish at a lesser price.

3. I have large windows. Can I use Cedar blinds across a long width??

Got an extra big window? Don’t split your blinds if you don’t want to – Cedar Blind Specialists can go up to 3mtrs wide in one continuous blind.

4. What are the colour choices available for Cedar blinds??

Colour choices include: 

Light Cedar

Dark Cedar

Warm Walnut


Painted Blinds 




Half Spanish White

Spanish White



5. What are the slat widths available for Cedar blinds ??

All cedar blinds are available in both 46mm and 60mm slat widths, and coated in a UV cured lacquer, providing a long lasting and durable finish.

6. What does an openness factor mean??

There a several options of openness when choosing a solar screen for your windows. The most common openness factors are 3%, 5% and 10%.

Openness is easier explained like this: a solid wall has a 0% openness while a clear glass window pane has a 100% openness. In short, openness is the degree of visibility through the window measured in percentages.

Most all solar screens are designed to be used on roller shades, but can also be used on roman shades as well.

When you are choosing a solar screen material, it is best to view it during full sunlight in the window where you will be installing the roller shade. In some cases, you may have a need to install the solar shade on windows that will get little or no sun so as to continue the theme within the same area. 

NB: It’s also important to note that no solar shade that has any openness factor at all will provide you with full or even adequate privacy in many cases. If your window is facing an area where there is little or no chance of someone looking into the room, then this is of course less of an issue. 

Also, light that is filtered carries less solar radiation and thus less heat than full sunlight, but solar screens should not be considered for use where there is a need to reduce excessive heat in the summer months. A better alternative would be an interior shutter, blackout lined drapes or a cellular shade in either light filtering or room darkening materials.