QMotion intros 2017 fabric collection for roller and honeycomb motorised blinds

posted on Friday, 26th May 2017 by Steve May

Home automation  Blinds  Interior Design 

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Motorised window blind specialist QMotion UK has introduced a new range of fabrics, created by UK based textile designers, for both roller and honeycomb blinds. Availability follows a preview of the collection at ISE 2017.

QMotion UK’s QiS solution can be installed in a new or retrofit projects, using state-of-the-art wireless technology. It also allows uses to control the shades by manual operation, ideal for clients who may be unfamiliar or unaware of the automated option.

“Design and fabric quality is imperative for window coverings,” says Ian Claxton, Director, QMotion UK. “We are very pleased to be able to introduce our new range of fabrics that have been designed by British based textile designers. We are confident that by embracing good design and a bespoke fabric service, we are able to provide installers a vast range of options for all environments, including luxurious designs for the home and hospitality or functional fabrics for the office.”

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The variety in the 300-strong range reflects QMotion’s belief that the worlds of interior design and smart home technology are merging closer together. “QMotion UK recognises the importance of design integrity and is pleased to unveil its new fabric collection to home automation and interior design professionals alike.”

The company also offer a bespoke fabric service, allowing professionals to provide their clients automated blind control for any design brief.

Suitable for residential, commercial or hospitality projects, QMotion motorised blinds allow users to open or close their shades at a touch of a button, or via mobile device app. It’s possible to automate multiple blinds, either in the same room or throughout a property, to any position. A patented spring-counterbalancing system keeps motor power consumption to a minimum. The 2017 fabric QMotion collection is available to view here.  

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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