Choosing window coverings involves several considerations. It involves seeking out products that are functional and user friendly, that reduce glare and heat, keep spaces manageably cool, and deliver privacy where and when it is needed.

And it involves aesthetic considerations. Designers – and indeed home and business owners – want products that look good and add visual appeal to their bedrooms, classrooms, and places of work; products that fit with their broader design aspirations.

Beyond that, in 2023, choosing window coverings also involves environmental considerations. Products should be produced with minimal effect on the environment and, in an operational sense, they should contribute to the goals of carbon mitigation and the prevention of climate change.

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The best products, and the best suppliers, in this space tick all these boxes and more. They deliver windows and blinds that are not only functional and attractive, but sustainable. In this edition of The Edit, we profile one such supplier, Verosol. With a product range that includes everything from roller blinds to external shutters, Verosol has something for everyone.

Product led and editorially curated, the Indesign Edit offers unique insight into outstanding companies and designers across the Australian design industry and beyond. Explore the Verosol Edit to discover four compelling case studies, showcasing how innovative window coverings transform spaces in a variety of project typologies.

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