However you choose to use it, a conservatory will transform the way you live in and around your home. It will quickly become your favourite room with a view. A conservatory is an attractive way to extend the use and value of your home.
How to decide how to dress your conservatory?
Conservatory blinds fall into two categories- conservatory roof and conservatory sides.
What shape is it?
The four most common shapes are lean-to, Victorian, Edwardian, and gable end? After that, add p-shaped and t-shaped.
Why do I want to cover it?
There are two main areas to consider in your conservatory.
Roof blinds are essential to help control the heat and protect your furniture and plants throughout the year.
Side blinds provide privacy and help enhance that relaxing environment offered by a conservatory.
If your conservatory overheats or loses too much heat for comfortable use, and is in a private/ secluded area (i.e. not overlooked) we strongly recommend that your first investment be in roof blinds. This will allow you to use your conservatory throughout the year and help you to better control the temperature inside.
Want to know more?
For more information, to chat about your requirements and options and for a ballpark estimate please visit our showroom or call us - click here for directions and contact info.
Bring approx area you would like to cover (see below for advice on sizing and we can go through all your options, with fabric samples and pictures.
For the roof: approx. floor area: width and length; how many roof windows are there; what style of conservatory?
For the sides: approx. window sizes (width x height) and quantity of each
Bespoke Blinds & Poles are "Recommended Conservatory Specialists". Previously, Neil was the UK Trainer on Installing Conservatory Blinds for Luxaflex.
This is solely to help you budget. All quotes are subject to a full site survey. All prices given include our measure-&-fit service