A conservatory, a loved room all year round, bringing joy and comfort to any home. Whether it’s used as an office, lounge, dining room or just a place you can escape too, you sometimes wish for that little bit of privacy. This can be done with blinds. Ensuring that your conservatory has blinds that you can move to your comfort is vital to enjoying the conservatory to it’s fullest potential. Knowing which blinds to have though can be difficult, here at Concorde Blinds we provide hassle-free service and have something for everyone whether that be purple vertical blinds or some modern roman blinds. Bespoke conservatory blinds made to measure. What are the best blinds for me? In this blog, we will be discussing which blinds are the best for your conservatory.
Vertical blinds are one of the most popular types of blinds for conservatories, their simple yet modern style completes any room. The opening and closing operation are a simple pull-down or pull upwards on the blind horizontally, despite them being called “vertical” blinds. They were given the name due to their vertical louvres, ideal for large floor-to-ceiling windows.
Pleated blinds are commonly used in conservatories. They are a great filter for natural light, reducing light allowed in a room to make that perfect place to watch those scary movies. Their simplistic look adds a stylish touch to any room, matching any aesthetic and colour scheme. Pleated blinds are also known to reduce heat transfer, so in the winter they keep the heat in and in the summer regulate room temperature. If you wished to take that advantage that little bit further, you are now able to insulate pleated blinds to help you save on energy bills.
Operated with a pull-cord you can adjust the height at which the blind is placed, allowing as much or as little light into the conservatory as needed. The simple design is perfect for those looking for a blind that blends into the background without attracting too much attention. Roller blinds are available in a wide range of colours, patterns and styles, one for everyone. The style of blind is guaranteed to look great in any conservatory.
The perfect blinds for smaller windows, allowing you to turn the panels to redirect sunlight or even stop light entering the conservatory. The wooden slats add that perfect touch to any conservatory, whilst not available in the largest of a variety of the colours, adds that subtle touch of sophistication and creates that natural atmosphere. The cleaning process of Venetian blinds is very simple, a simple dry cloth is needed and wiped along the slats to collect any dust and dirt which may have collected over time. This is great for those people with busy lifestyles, keep your conservatory looking clean within a small amount of time.
Roman blinds are a very popular blind throughout all homes, whilst not being very popular for conservatories. The gathered material becomes heavy and defeats the objective of a light and airy conservatory. However, Roman blinds can be lined with blackout material making them perfect for reducing light and regulating room temperature, perfect for conservatories. These curtains are great if you are looking to use bold patterns and colours, the large amounts of fabric allow you to build a colour scheme and aesthetics for your conservatory.
If you need any more advice about the right type of blinds for your conservatory, please feel free to get in touch.