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Luxaflex® Window Fashions range

  • Written by Jade Mcilveen

Wild Thing!

New kids print collection added to Luxaflex® Window Fashions range


Four gorgeous designs have been launched into the Luxaflex® Window Fashions range to delight cheeky monkeys and big kids alike.


The new collection includes a lively mix of animal block prints and striking motifs in a variety of colourways. Available in blockout and translucent opacities, the versatile ‘Jungle’, ‘Zebra’, ‘Elephant’ and ‘Hedgehog’ ranges are sure to provide the perfect backdrop for any nursery, bedroom or playroom.


All ranges within the Kids Print Collection are made to order as roller blinds, and designed with child safety in mind. “All of our window coverings are compliant with the latest ACCC Child Safety Regulations1,” says Jenny Brown, National Marketing Manager at Luxaflex Window Fashions. “From cordless alternatives to motorised operation systems, there are many innovative lifting systems that combine safety, convenience and style.”



The Jungle range is a modern take on the ultra popular ‘where the wild things are’ theme. Featuring a playful motif, the use of bright colours and friendly jungle characters makes this range perfect for boys and girls of multiple ages.



Monochrome continues to be a popular choice for the design savvy mum and bub. The striking black and white Zebra print can be used as a stylish standalone feature, or as a strong base to complement brightly coloured cushions and plush toys.



The Elephant collection features a pastel block print in two gentle, on-trend colours that will add a layer of softness to a child’s room.



The Hedgehog fabric range is a highly versatile print with six trendy colourway options that will look good in any playroom or nursery.


An eye catching pattern such as these can let your blind act as a modern variation of the ‘feature wall’ in a room. This is particularly appealing in children’s rooms where their tastes may change quite rapidly as they grow, as well as rental properties where there may be limitations on the redecorating you can do,” concluded Brown.


For further information, visit www.luxaflex.com.au


About LUXAFLEX® Window Fashions

Luxaflex® Window Fashions is a market-leading brand, offering the nation’s largest range of quality window coverings for inside and outside the home. The suite of products includes blinds, shutters, soft shades, and awnings – all with a focus on innovation, durability, and style.


Luxaflex window coverings provide optimal light control and privacy, are easy to maintain and remain at the cutting edge of design and technology. The brand consistently plays to its unique strengths of superior quality and rich heritage, while constantly innovating to ensure it stays ahead of interior decorating trends.


Most products are still manufactured in Australia, and the brand has unprecedented access to the best window coverings research and development from the US and Europe, ensuring continuing evolution and product excellence.


Luxaflex Window Fashions products have been sold and supported by the Hunter Douglas Group in Australia since 1954.



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1 All Luxaflex® Products that are installed correctly will comply with the Trade Practices (Consumer Product Safety Standard – Corded Internal Window Coverings) Amendment Regulations 2010 (No. 1).

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