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Best Blinds For Your Conservatory

Your conservatory has the potential to be the most luxurious and attractive room in your home, and one of the most important considerations to make when decorating your conservatory is figuring out exactly which blinds will suit it best.

No matter how you use your conservatory, blinds are a must; they can really set the tone of the room and there is much more space to install them than in other rooms around the house. Because of this, it can be tough to find the ideal conservatory blinds, so we’ve put together this look at some different styles of blinds to find out how suited they might be to your conservatory.

Venetian blinds

Venetian blinds are incredibly popular, offering a classic and traditional look to any room. For the conservatory, this is no different. Venetian blinds can be wooden or aluminium, and while wooden blinds can look gorgeous, you will likely be better off choosing aluminium. This is because the amount of direct sunlight beaming into your conservatory can cause the wooden slats to warp, ruining their appeal. Aluminium venetian blinds are completely simple to operate and easy to clean, too, offering flexible light control and privacy while maintaining an elegant visual appeal at all times.

Venetian blinds are available in our perfect fit range – meaning they can be entirely compact for every window in your conservatory, creating a neat theme throughout the entire room.

Roller blinds

Roller blinds are an excellent choice for the conservatory, especially during the colder months of the year. They are one of the most versatile styles of blinds available, with a huge range of colours and designs on offer to suit any specific themes or tastes, and they provide excellent insulation so you can keep the conservatory cosy and warm even when the winter strikes.

Roller blinds make great use of the window coverage in a conservatory; installing numerous roller blinds throughout the room creates a striking scene, especially when all are fully closed. You can also open each roller blind to different levels for maximum, flexible light control.

Perfect fit roller blinds can create incredibly understated look for your conservatory, and greatly complement modern, contemporary or minimalistic themes, while also being very easy to use and control.

Vertical blinds

One of the most flexible window treatments around, vertical blinds are also perhaps one of the most visually appealing, and are especially well suited to conservatories. The vertical louvre design means vertical blinds are ideal for tall windows and french doors, creating a very soft and smooth atmosphere to the room while also being as simple as possible to operate.

Vertical blinds might be the best overall choice for your conservatory; like roller or roman blinds, they provide substantial insulation, and they are also the most trouble-free style of blind you can buy. They are incredibly light, so you don’t have to worry about putting any strain on your blind rail, and it’s easy to attain high levels of privacy without sacrificing light or filtration control – or your view to the outside.

Vertical blinds are also available in a wide range of colours and textures, and it’s simple to replace individual slats if you ever need to clean or replace any. Vertical blinds should definitely be considered for your conservatory, but will see most benefit from larger spaces with slim, tall windows and doors.

Other considerations

You can make just about any blind work in a conservatory, it will mainly come down to personal preference, budget and how you use the room. While some of the blinds we’ve mentioned above offer great insulation, you might find yourself needing something more substantial in this regard. Duette blinds could be ideal, as they are designed to trap air inside their honeycombed shape, keeping your conservatory cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The also offer a unique aesthetic, especially in direct sunlight, and could be just the thing to fully stylise your conservatory.

You should also think about ease of use. While the blinds we’ve mentioned are simple to operate manually, for hard to reach windows – or for people with disabilities or mobility issues – it is definitely worth looking into remote controlled electric blinds for ultimate convenience.

Blinds have a huge influence on your conservatory, so it’s important to make sure your choice of blinds suit your exact needs and tastes. To make the most of your conservatory, get in touch with the professionals today.

Here at Humberside Blinds, we can provide you with expert, friendly advice to help you find the ideal conservatory blinds. We supply a huge variety of blinds at competitive prices, and our showroom at Immingham is the perfect place to see what we have to offer for yourself. For more information on all of our products and services, contact us today we are always happy to help.

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