Conservatory blinds.

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Conservatories

Deciding how to make your conservatory private, how to make it bearable to sit and read in it when the sun’s so bright and just how to “finish” it are the three most commonly asked questions!

The questions are generally asked after the conservatory is built and you’ve already laid out a large expense! You’ve also spent money on putting things in it!! If you’ve budgeted for blinds from the outset you’ve probably chosen already and might have chosen the pleated type.

Conservatory blinds needn’t be the huge expense indicated by some of the larger specialist providers who tend to concentrate on the top end of the market. The same blinds that are fitted to your house windows can generally be fitted to a conservatory. Most conservatory roofs now incorporate a darkened acrylic sheet section that removes the absolute need for expensive roof blinds. So what to do with the rest?

Roller blinds, Vertical blinds, bamboo roman blinds, aluminium venetian blinds, fabric roman blinds……as well as going for pleated..…they can all generally be fitted in your conservatory and look really good.

Explore the the “blind types pages” to get your imagination fired! Some people even mix the blinds in their conservatory!……pleateds on the roof with verticals on the sides……..rollers on the doors with verticals on the sides…….Venetians on the sides with verticals on the doors! Etc….Get the colour scheme to flow and mix the blinds!


A simple solution! Plain Matt White Venetians ½ Cover give all the

privacy and light control required for this north facing conservatory

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