Conservatory Blinds: Add The Finishing Touch To Your New Room24/07/2014
If you have recently had a new conservatory installed, chances are you will be looking for furniture and soft furnishings to help make it feel a part of your home. When it comes to dressing your windows, conservatory blinds are the most popular choice. They offer a range of benefits including style, functionality, privacy and heat saving properties.
There are three types of conservatory blind you may want to consider:
- Roller Blinds: This is a stylish choice for your conservatory. When fully open they allow you to enjoy unobstructed views across your garden. During the evenings and winter months they can be closed to create a cosy haven, allowing you to escape the cold weather.
- Vertical Blinds: The versatility of vertical blinds makes them one of the most popular choices for use in conservatories. Similar to roller blinds they can either be fully opened or fully closed; though where they differ is the ability to tilt the blinds and allow varying levels of light into the room.
- Roman Blinds: During the winter months the temperature in your conservatory will fall. The thickness of Roman blinds helps to retain the heat and stop cold draughts from entering the room. This should help to save you money on your energy bills.
Conservatory blinds can help to put that finishing touch to your new room, with their style and functionality likely to attract the attention of friends and family all year round.