Tip Top Blinds

Client: Spot On Cafe
Architect: Spot On Cafe
Window Furnishings: tiptop blinds

The modern Australian café featured natural light throughout the breakfast and lunch venue, and flexible window covering options were required to manage the flow of sunlight throughout different times of day.

tiptop blinds delivered an elegant roller blind solution in sophisticated, contemporary style, without obscuring the natural diffusion of light.




Client: Element Five
Architect: Rothelowman
Window Furnishings: tiptop blinds

Located in an inner city development, this vast, versatile development features floors for office and medical facilities, topped with commercial space, plus many floors of luxury apartments.

With a versatile selection of window covering options, tiptop blinds provided the perfect match to every space, creating sophisticated style that varied by the functionality required.

Client: Element Five
Architect: Element Five
Window Furnishings: tiptop blinds

This apartment block located in the charming suburb of Ripponlea features sweeping views, floor-to-ceiling windows, and natural light as a design feature.

tiptop blinds provided curtain and blind options that offered tenant-friendly functionality whilst elevating the interior styling of the home, making each unit attractive to potential buyers and homeowners.

Client: The Roman Catholic Archdiocese
Architect: The Roman Catholic Archdiocese
Window Furnishings: tiptop blinds

The refurbishment included both interior and external areas, with extensive coordination across two live school environments.

tiptop blinds provided contemporary, stylish window covering solutions to suit each space within this large-scale project.

Client: Monash Health & Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority
Architect: Kane Constructions
Window Furnishings: tiptop blinds

The redevelopment of the Monash Medical Centre Emergency Department included a dedicated children’s emergency department, an expansion of the existing emergency department, short stay units, refurbishments, new hubs and facilities, and more.

tiptop blinds provided window covering solutions to fit the functionality required in each unique space.

Client: Ireland Brown Construction
Architect: Kane Constructions
Window Furnishings: tiptop blinds

This primary school was a new development under the Victorian government’s funding of 11 new schools.

The 50,000 metre-squared property required window furnishings for its many buildings, rooms, and spaces. tiptop blinds provided contemporary, stylish solutions for modern functionality in the large-scale building.




Client: City of Kingston
Architect: Haskell Architects
Window Furnishings: tiptop blinds

The Parkdale Yacht Club required a contemporary redesign to bring in significant upgrades to the space, facilities, and amenities.

Set on a beautiful foreshore location, tiptop blinds fitted the property with modern window covering solutions, offering temperature control, interior styling, and functionality, all without obstructing the coveted views.




Client: La Trobe University School of Nursing
Architect: arete Australia
Window Furnishings: tiptop blinds

This $1.5M upgrade project involved a fit-out of the School of Nursing upgrade project.

With requirements involving a quick timeline before students returned to campus, and the need for hospital grade finishes, the architect enlisted tiptop blinds for modern, state of the art window furnishings in this elevated space.


The Arbor Street property lied on the Yarra River, with large windows capturing the riverside views, facing popular walking trails — expertly designed by Soft Loud Architects. As the home was constructed by Multipro Build on the side of a cliff, with obscure angles to capture a magnificent view, this minimalist home required privacy solutions that would not interfere or detract from the river-view vision of the home.

tiptop blinds installed minimalist, sheer linen-look roller blinds with a wrapped bottom rail. This offered a high-transparency lookout while providing privacy from passers-by. The roller blinds complemented the sleek, clean space, and when not in use, the motorised blinds rolled away for a sleek, clear view.

Softer light was required in the bedroom, though this was an area where sheers would often remain drawn for privacy. Soft white linen sheers were applied to the window, complementing the space whilst making the room feel calm, peaceful, and elegant.

For full light blockout at night, the bedrooms were fitted with motorised external Venetians in a contemporary black tone. This added a bold sense of drama to the home’s exterior, while creating full room darkening when needed, and disappearing entirely from the interior view when not in use.

The same cutting-edge external Venetians were applied to a west-facing window in the family room, disappearing from the interior view when not in use — so that occupants could make full use of the sweeping riverside views through the press of a button.

In bathrooms, modern roller blinds were installed for privacy, offering an essential functionality while adding softness and contemporary tones to each room.



This Melby Avenue home built by Campbell Bott was an Edwardian restoration with period charm. Architect Rifka Kinderman designed a modernised, stylish home that highlighted the beauty of its traditional design features.

As the home boasts many different shapes and sizes of windows, the Period Charm project required a wide array of blinds, curtains, and awnings. tiptop blinds offers a premium selection of window furnishing options to suit each space, offering the perfect product to match each room’s renovation.

In the family room, double roller blinds were installed in windows that lied above a built-in wall unit, offering versatile day-to-night privacy with a sleek, geometric look. Double curtains were hung on a west-facing window that required full sun protection, kissing the floor while creating a sense of luxury and movement. Behind the sofa and dining table, sheer curtains were paired with a blockout roller blind — a trendy, versatile look for contemporary spaces.

A bay window in the living area highlighted the Edwardian charm of the home. This space was elevated through sheer curtains hung on a black rod, drawn to the side to enhance the period charm with a contemporary feel, while honouring the traditional architecture.

The bedroom offered additional natural light through a skylight. As the bedroom faces south, it does not receive direct sun, but the space required blockout blinds for sleeping. tiptop blinds implemented a stylish, motorised skylight blind for full light blockout at the press of a button.

Bathrooms were fitted with shutters. Shutters are suitable behind freestanding baths as they are easy to clean and offer full privacy, while still offering a light and airy feel.

Across the home’s exterior, automated window awnings were installed to west-facing windows. This allowed for a view of the garden whilst creating sun-blocking protection.


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