Measuring and installing DIY single linked roller blinds is easy

 

Available in both single and double options, linked blinds allow you to follow the flow of your doors and windows whilst offering multiple options for functionality. Perfect for wide windows or sliding, bifold and stacking doors, linked blinds enable you to place blinds side by side with minimal gaps in between. And with many online resources for measuring and installing, getting affordable linked roller blinds has never been so easy.

Whether you need blockout blinds, sunscreen blinds or light filtering blinds, our linked layout chart shows all the options available.
Let us help you to find the best solution for the flow of your windows or doors.

By getting your DIY on, you'll be amazed at the savings!


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Blockout

Blockout
The ultimate in privacy, light control and insulation

Light Filtering

Light Filter
Softens and diffuses light while offering daytime privacy

Sunscreen

Sunscreen
Retain your view whilst filtering natural light and glare

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Linked Layout Options

Our Linking Layouts give you the option to link 2, 3 or 4 blinds depending upon your requirements and the size of your window area to a maximum width of 12,000mm

The Easy-Link system has been designed for easy operation whilst ensuring a minimal gap between blinds of 19mm

Linked layouts

Drive options

There are two options available to you when considering the operation of your blinds. Do you want the classic chain-driven version? Or do you want to motorise your blinds and take home living to the next level adding ease, convenience and comfort? Find out more below.

Chain drives
Motorisation

Bottom Rails

We offer two bottom rail versions to finish off your blinds in fine style. Choose from the standard D30 — subtle and sleek with a slightly curved front, or select the specifically designed silent bottom rail with shock-absorbent bumpers. Which one is best for you?

D30 Bottom Rail
Silent Bottom Rail

Have more questions?

Want to know more about our linked roller blinds? Discover more by exploring our video gallery and FAQs, find out about our quick manufacturing and delivery timeframes, or contact us for more information – we’re here to help you every step of the way!

The iSeekBlinds difference

DIY
Do it yourself and save

We aim to make it as easy as possible, instil confidence in your DIY skills and ensure you get it right, saving you a bunch.

Samples
Free samples & easy ordering

Order free fabric samples to ensure you’re making the right choice for your interior – then place your order online.

Fast Delivery
Melbourne made, delivered Australia wide

Made in Melbourne with love and care. Our quick timeframes mean you don’t have to wait forever to receive your order.

Upgrades
Quality fabrics & upgrade options

We pride ourselves on providing the best quality fabrics & upgrade options, at the most affordable prices.

Installation
Easy DIY installation

Our helpful videos show you how easy it is to install your blinds, curtains and shutters yourself.

Help
Advice & FAQ’s

We’re here to help! Contact our friendly team for advice, or check out our FAQs, videos and downloads for more info.

Frequently asked questions

Many different factors go into establishing costs for linked roller blinds: things like the fabrics, manufacturing, transport and freight costs, and so on. At iSeekBlinds, we show you how to measure and install your own blinds, saving you money and making our linked roller blinds far cheaper.

Linked blinds enable you to place up to four blinds side by side, with minimal gaps in between, and are available in either a single, or double, version. Single linked blinds are one blind only – either a blockout, light filter or sunscreen blind.

Double linked blinds enable you to install double blinds on the linking brackets, meaning you can have both a blockout and a sunscreen blind for maximum flexibility.

Linked roller blinds cover a larger area than independent roller blinds. That means they’re better suited for spaces with large windows, as they're able to cover larger areas.

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