Wonderful Image Enterprise [Wholesales]
20-1, 1st Floor,
Jalan Damai Perdana 1/8A,
Bandar Damai Perdana,
Cheras, 56000 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.


TSY Decor [Cheras]
20-1, 1st Floor,
Jalan Damai Perdana 1/8A,
Bandar Damai Perdana,
Cheras, 56000 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.


 +6016-2331151 (Vincent)
 +6016-2332272 (Ms Tan)
 +603-91011117
 +603-91011117
tsydecor@yahoo.com

 http://www.tsy.com.my


TSY Decor [Semenyih]
33-1, Jalan Kesuma 3/1,
Bandar Tasik Kesuma,
43700 Beranang,
Selangor, Malaysia.
+6016-2331151



DIY


Blinds Measurement Guide

All our blinds can be fitted into the face of your window frame, wall or into the top of the lintel. This gives you complete control over the fitting of your new blind. There are generally two fitting options for your new window blind, recess or exact.
 

Recess This is the measurement you need to take if you want your blind to fit inside the window recess.
Exact This is the measurement you need to take if you want your blind to hang outside the recess overlapping the window.
Handy Hint Always use a steel tape measure and write down your measurements in inches


Measuring your windows to decide which size of blind to order is easy. Just follow these simple steps. Please use a metal tape measure to take measurements.

Recess Measurement

  • Used when the blind is to be fitted inside the window recess.

Recess Width

  • Take 3 measurements for the width of the window recess as shown in the picture from wall to wall.
  • Take the smallest of these measurements. This is the recess width. When measuring look out for things like window handles or tiles and take their position into account this way you will be sure of a perfect fit.

Recess Drop

  • Take 3 measurements for the drop of the window recess (heads to sill) as shown in the picture.
  • Take the smallest of these measurements. This is the recess drop.
  • We will make the necessary deductions of 12mm for the fittings & brackets to ensure the blind operates perfectly within the window recess

Exact Blind Measurement

  • Used when the blind is to be fitted outside the window recess.

Exact Blind Width

  • We recommend to overlap 3" at each side to avoid gaps of light.
  • Take the overall width measurement including the overlap. This is the Exact Blind Width

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Square Bay Windows  

Type A

The best method if you want to stop direct light from the front or to stop people looking in directly from the front. There may be a small gap where the side blinds meet the front blinds but this is usually obscured by the window frame at the corners.

   

Taking measurements

  • Front blind
     Make sure you take the smallest measurement if the recess or frame varies from top to bottom.
     
  • Side blinds
    Measure the width of the recess where the first side blind will go. Make sure you take the smallest measurement if the recess or frame varies from top to bottom. Deduct the depth (projection from window) of the blind you are going to order. Repeat this for the other side blind.

    All Blinds to be ordered as recess sizes.
     
  • Note: This width includes the operating mechanism of the blind and is not the width of the cloth. See diagram C below.

Exact Blind Drop

  • We recommend 3 inches at the top if blind is required to roll up fully above the window recess
     
  • Take the overall drop measure including the overlap. this is the Exact Blind Drop.

     
   

For Panel and Vertical Blinds

  • Overlap of 5" each side
  • Deduct ½ " from the height for floor clearance
  • Determine control on left or right side of blinds
   



Hanging Wallpaper
Simple step by step projects for maximum effect with minimum effort.
1. Measuring up
Use pencil to mark the height require and align it with a steel ruler.
2. Cutting the drop
Measure out the first length adding 15 cm (6 in) extra to allow for trimming at top and bottom.
3. Matching the pattern
Check the next length against the first one to match the pattern before cutting.
4. Pasting
Apply paste with brush or roller until the edges
5. Folding the paper
Fold the pasted sides together like "S" sharp, easy carry paper to wall.
6. Scrapering or brushing on the wall
Use a wallpaper brush or scraper press paper against the wall. Brush down the centre, then out to the edges.
7. Trimming the edges and matching the pattern
Trip it with a craft knife. Hang the next drop, matching the pattern exactly. Wipe off paste with a damp sponge.
8. Turning a corner
Hang the paper to this line, adding 1/2 inch for internal paper. Overlapping the next piece with matching pattern.
9. Papering around switch and socket
Paper straight over a switch or socket, using a craft knife to make diagonal cuts. Press the flaps back into position and trim the edges. Wipe off paste with a damp sponge.
Basic: Wallpapering Tools


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