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    Lifestyle Blinds & Shutters showcase Siberian Larch external timber shutters at DesignEX

    Lifestyle Blinds & Shutters

    Lifestyle Blinds & Shutters  are showcasing their range of exterior timber shutters at Australia’s premier design and architecture exhibition, DesignEX 2010.

    Made from Siberian Larch and Western Red Cedar, these strong yet stylish exterior timber shutters are an ideal choice for external applications as they easily handle exposure to all types of weather. Indoor ranges of shutters in these materials are also available.

    Siberian Larch is a naturally durable timber and is commonly known as the ‘Tree of Eternity’ due to its longevity and resistance to harsh conditions. Western Red Cedar is also a durable and long life material, which has long been used to produce versatile external shutters.

    Recently released in Australia after a long period of success in Europe, external timber shutters from Lifestyle Blinds & Shutters are available in a wide range of stained and painted finishes, which enhance the distinct natural grain patterns of the timber.

    The Siberian Larch and Western Red Cedar external shutter ranges are available in 63mm, 89mm, and 114mm louvre widths and is also available with curved tracking.

    Lifestyle Blinds & Shutters can be found at stand 1430 at DesignEX, where a team are on hand to offer advice on products and an overview of services. Lifestyle Blinds and Shutters expect around 5000 visitors to their stand over the three day exhibition.

    Visitors to the stand can pick up a comprehensive 52 page catalogue of products, which includes these external timber shutters, and they can also view the new EasyTilt shutters with a rack and pinion tilt rod, which is completely hidden inside the style.

    “We’ve got a wide range of fabric blinds and venetians on display at DesignEX, and all products ordered have a very short lead time,” says Dave Morris of Lifestyle Blinds and Shutters.

    DesignEX 2010 will run from April 22-24 at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour.

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