What blinds do you recommend in a timber conservatory?

Our purePinoleum Blinds are the most popular for timber conservatories, however we also install many pure pleated blinds as well. For window shading we have also noticed that some people also consider roller blinds.

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As most timber conservatories have deep beams (rafters, transoms and mullions) they generally suit an individual blind layout, however this can vary with the exact size, shape and proportion of the glazing.

Some timber conservatories have deep main rafters and then sub-frames between them (such as Amdega conservatories) which offer the option of individual recessed blinds or much larger semi-recessed blinds - the difference in appearance can be quite dramatic.

Generally speaking we normally recommend individual blinds fitted between the main rafters of timber conservatories with the option of larger blinds or individual blinds for the windows and doors.

Visit our Conservatory Blinds Image Gallery for more inspiration or try our Interactive Guide to Selecting Conservatory Blinds.

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