Controlling Light with Vision Window Blinds
Posted: 9 Jun 2017At the start of March we announced that we had begun to sell the unique Vision window blinds, which allow you to move between a translucent fabric, which provides shading while still letting light through, and an opaque fabric, which provides a blackout effect. We recently fitted a pair of Vision blinds alongside Duette® Pleated Blinds in a gable end conservatory in Suffolk, and these photos of the installation really show how well they can control the light in the room. As you can see in this ‘before’ picture, taken just prior to the blinds being fitted. The large amount of glazing in the room meant that a lot of sunlight would enter the room; making it too warm. This will also create a lot of glare during the day.
Vision Window BlindsWith the Vision blinds, we can shade the front aspect of the conservatory from any glare. But the translucent nature of the fabric means that enough natural light is let through to keep the room feeling bright; like a conservatory should. Should the customers wish to adjust the amount of light being let in; they can move the Vision blind into its more opaque position. So they can enjoy even more shading and increased privacy. From the outside, you can see how the Vision blinds increase the privacy in the room. This is something that will become more important later in the year as the evenings get darker. Alongside the Vision blinds, we also fitted Duette® Pleated Blinds into the remaining:
- Side Windows
- Conservatory Roof
- Double Doors
- Gable Shaped