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Premium customized curtains and window blinds
Call us now for faster response @ 9610 4343
Roller blinds @ S$4.80 psf . Usual S$6.00 psf
Balcony outdoor blinds w/ full accessories @ S$9.00 psf. Usual S$11.00 psf
Timber blinds @ S$9.00 psf. Usual S$11.00 psf
With Supply, installation, no GST and up to 2 years warranty.
Services available : Supply and installation of curtain tracks @ $4.50 and wooden rods @ $7.00.
Window Blind Singapore originated from Gigantic Design and Curtain Groups Private Limited
Direct fabric curtain manufacturer
Direct window blinds supplier
We supply and install customized Fabric Day or Night Curtains, Blackout Curtains, Balcony Outdoor Blinds, Roller Blinds, Timber Blinds, Vertical Blinds, Venetian Blinds, Rainbow Blinds, PVC Blinds, Bamboo blinds, cater for all homes, offices and rental premises in Singapore.
We have a wide selection of quality products with great color choices and will provide the best solutions for your window treatment needs.
We have our own in-house production team and installation teams.
We set the highest standard for our products quality and are highly efficient while providing economical and lasting solutions for window coverings.
We take every feedback seriously and pride ourselves in our excellent after-sales services.
We aim to provide a quick, complete response for any situation.
We provide for on-site survey, measurement and quotation.
Property agents, renovation contractors and interior designers are welcomed.
Visit us at
Gigantic Design & Curtain Groups Private Limited
361 East Coast Road Singapore 428977 TEL/FAX : 6323 2456 MOBILE : 9610 4343
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