Bargain Blinds Dublin Re-Brand to Manor Interiors Plantation Shutters Launched

Bargain Blinds of Baldoyle, Dublin are rebranding to Manor Interiors in order to offer Custom Made Curtains, Plantation Shutters and motorised blinds to their growing range of products.

Dublin 13, Ireland - April 17, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Manor Interiors, Supply and Expertly Fit Stunning Custom Made Blinds and Curtains, to Homes, Schools and Commercial Premises in Dublin. Currently known as Bargain Blinds the re-brand to Manor Interiors will occur over the coming weeks in response to demand for a larger range of Blinds, Curtains and Plantation Shutters from customers.

More information is available at https://www.manorinteriors.ie/

Manor Interiors help customers to pick the right products that will enhance the style of their room and always work within the customer’s budget. Manor Interiors works hard to offer a next day fitting service. Manor Blinds is the only company in Ireland to supply and fit Motorised Blinds with a smart phone app which controls the opening and closing of blinds anywhere there is wifi.

Adam Bosiuk, Owner of Manor Interiors explains: “My aim is to offer more than just blinds to our customers. We are soon to offer Curtains and Plantation Shutters as part of our growing range. To facilitate this change, we are rebranding to Manor Interiors “.

Adam, further explains: “I saw a need for quality motorised blinds in the market, the current offerings were expensive and the quality of the motors were not great, I spoke to our existing customers and figured out their price point and why they wanted electric blinds instead of the traditional Roller variety. My clients wanted additional security with the flexibility to control the opening and closing of the blinds from anywhere. We went away and built a better motor and created an app that offers the flexibility to control the opening and closing of the blinds from anywhere.

For more info on the Motorised Blinds selection click here – https://www.manorinteriors.ie/roller-blinds/motorised/

The company offers Custom Made Blinds, Curtains and Plantation Shutters. Manor Interiors is constantly innovating and growing their range of products and services.

Based in Dublin, Ireland, Manor Interiors is expanding rapidly and has plans to recruit over the next twelve months. The company also planning to launch innovative self cleaning blinds!

Prior to launching, the company’s founder Adam Bosiuk, worked within the industry, he saw a gap in the market for bespoke window fashion, and Manor Interiors was born!

Contact Info:
Name: Adam Bosiuk
Email: contact@manorinteriors.ie
Organization: Manor Interiors
Address: 118 Baldoyle Industrial Estate Baldoyle, Dublin 13, Dublin D13 T6Y6, Ireland
Phone: +353-1-839-5149

For more information, please visit http://www.manorinteriors.ie

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 331632

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