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.


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