Both double and single-cell sizes are offered for the Honeycomb Blind. What cell size is appropriate for you depends on how much insulation and noise reduction you need in your home, as the various cell sizes provide varying degrees of both. The double cell is the finest option if you’re looking for maximum thermal and acoustic insulation at home. This provides a double layer of protection from the environment by means of its cells.

Sheer, Light Filter, and blockout are the three levels of fabric opacity available in Honeycomb Blinds. There are three distinct levels of transparency, so varied amounts of light can enter the house. Sheer fabrics let in the most light possible while still providing total darkness and solitude. Double-cell Honeycomb blinds combined with a blockout fabric provide the finest insulation. The following are our different options for design variations: 

Bottom Up Honeycomb Blinds-

At Tasman Blinds our base product, the Bottom Up Honeycomb Blind, is the industry standard. From the bottom up, you can use a cord, a cord loop, or a battery-powered motor to move the blind. The Corded Honeycomb operates with a pull cord, whereas the Cordloop Bottom Up Honeycomb employs a looping cord, so the length of the cord remains constant while the blind is raised and lowered. In order to raise and lower the blind, you can grab the Cordless Honeycomb Blind’s handles, which are attached to the bottom rail.

Dual View Honeycomb Blinds-

This is a case of the bottom-up, top-down approach.

You can get a Dual View Honeycomb Blind with a cord or without one. The blind may be operated both from the bottom up and the top down thanks to the top down bottom up feature. As a result, they are an excellent choice for bedrooms and living rooms because of the complete discretion they afford in terms of privacy, natural light, and ventilation.

Day And Night Honeycomb Blinds-

As two blinds in one, the Day and Night Honeycomb Blind is a convenient compromise between day and nighttime use. There are two possible fabric combinations for the Day and Night Honeycomb Blind: sheer and light filter or blockout and sheer. The “Night” blind provides complete darkness, while the “Day” blind lets you filter sunlight while still providing a discrete amount of seclusion, making Day Night Honeycomb Blinds ideal for managing both light and privacy around the clock. You can use either a corded or wireless remote to run the Day and Night Honeycomb.

For sliding or bifold doors, the best option is a set of vertical Honeycomb Blinds. You can choose from a Blockout, Light Filter, or Sheer version of the Standard Vertical Honeycomb. With a choice of stacking on the left, right, or centre, the Vertical Honeycomb Blind may be drawn to suit your needs.

Smartfit Honeycomb Blinds-

In order to fit into tight spaces, the Smartfit Honeycomb Blind is constructed with a slim profile. The Smartfit Honeycomb has the same features as the Top Down Bottom Up Honeycomb Blind, but can be installed in a much smaller space (as little as 25mm) and is thus ideal for use in mobile homes, yachts, and French doors.


The Skylight Honeycomb Blind’s descriptive name accurately conveys its intended function. The benefits of a Honeycomb Blind, including increased insulation, the ability to let in or block out sunlight as needed, and a more comfortable indoor climate, are all yours with the Skylight Honeycomb Blind.

Contact Tasman Blinds to choose your preferred type of blinds and view our fabric range.

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