OmniaBlinds use fabrics from one of the most environmental friendly textile manufacturers in the world, Almedahls Sweden, for all smart blinds. The Almedahls fabrics represents uncompromising quality, unique contemporary design and sustainability.
If you want to learn more about the different fabric types we offer have a look at the OmniaBlinds catalogue >
What does R, T and A mean?
R/Reflection: A high reflection means that you reflect the light and heat back at the window.
T/Transmission: A high transmission value means that you let a lot of light and heat through the fabric.
A/Absorption: A low value of absorption means that the heat does not stay at the window.
The blackout fabrics are made with a coating that stops light from piercing through, which provides you with complete privacy. This type of fabric offers you maximum protection from heat, glare and UV rays as well as maintaining excellent insulation. Perfect for bedrooms.
Translucent fabrics gently filter natural light into your home. Ensuring both day and night time privacy. You can´t see through the fabric at all.
Transparent fabric are perfect for providing you with glimpse of the outside whilst still letting natural light into your home and providing daytime privacy.
Screen fabrics are a transparent fabric with 5% openness factor. The screen fabric is made by PVC and have an even hole pattern. Perfect for providing you with a clear view to the outside whilst still letting natural light into your home and providing daytime privacy. Suitable for conservatories and balconies.
Beyond screen fabric
Beyond Screen fabrics are a transparent fabric with 6% openness factor or more. Beyond screen is providing you with a view to the outside whilst still letting natural light into your home. It can be anything from patterned fabrics, striped fabrics to really sparsely woven fabrics.
The easiest way to find the fabric type you want is by using our smart filter on the startpage.