Take a look through hundreds of images of our blinds in orangeries, lantern roofs, gables and folding doors. These image have been taken at real installations, and show real customers conservatories that we have been able to transform with our blinds.
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Duette® Lantern Roof Blinds with Roller Window & Door Blinds
This extension in Buckinghamshire has been outfitted with several different styles of blind. The Duette® Lantern Roof Blinds will help reduce glare throughout the year, making it easier to watch television in the room even during sunny weather.
Finally, the Duette® bi-fold door blinds have been neatly fitted to each panel of the doors, so they don't get in the way of their operation. That way the blinds can help reduce heat and glare while not having to hang in the wind when the doors are open.
Amdega Pleated Conservatory Blinds
Our puresolo™ remote control pleated blinds with Buttermilk Crush solar reflective fabric and Parchment coloured rails within an Amdega conservatory in Hertfordshire with folding door blinds and pureaspect™ Gable Blinds.
20 remote control pure™ Pleated roof blinds with puresolo™ remote control that can operate all blinds simultaneously, in zones or even individually.
2 remote control pureaspect™ gable blinds that can completely retract leaving no cords, wires or fabric covering the glass.
17 recess-fitted window blinds, including folding door blinds installed in September 2010, but photographed in May 2011.
Duette® Blinds in Large Triangular Windows
The large windows in this room required our specialised touch, as the customers were looking for a solution to cover the area with a minimal amount of blinds. Our pureaspect™ Gable blinds were the perfect choice, as they have been specifically designed by us to cover large triangular areas of glazing.
Using Duette® Fabric, we were able to cover each area of glazing with just a single blind. The blinds extend down from the triangular shape and go right down to the floor, but can be easily stopped part way so the doors can be used and the view can be unobstructed.
pure™ Pinoleum Orangery Blinds
These pure™ Pinoleum Blinds have been fitted into the lantern roof and sides of this orangery in Buckinghamshire. The customers use their orangery as a dining room, and as such needed the blinds to help reduce the amount of heat build-up in the room, as well the glare.
The Pinoleum blinds provide a traditional look, while still using the latest in conservatory blinds technology to make the room more comfortable.
Horizontal Lantern Roof Blinds with Duette® Fabric
An excellent example of our horizontal lantern roof blinds, designed to cover the base of a lantern with as few blinds as possible. These blinds use Duette® Fabrics for extra insulation, and are controlled with our battery operated remote control system.
Vision Window Blinds
The Vision blinds are in their translucent alignment, meaning that light is still let through but glare is dramatically reduced.
We used our pureaspect™ Gable Blind system with Duette® fabrics to cover the gable end of the conservatory, allowing us to neatly cover the glass with just two blinds.
Kitchen Conservatory Blinds
As you can see in the image, the conservatory is actually part of an extension that is attached to a kitchen. Because of the extra airborne dust and fat that a kitchen can have, it means that blinds have the potential to get dirtier more quickly than they would in a normal conservatory. This is where one of the unique benefits of our pure™ Pleated Blinds comes in handy - they are totally washable. It is easy to remove the blinds and clean them, so that the blinds stay looking like new, even in an environment such as this.
Pinoleum Blinds in a Timber Conservatory
Pinoleum blinds in a timber conservatory with coordinating coloured rails to create a highly effective blend of traditional and modern finishes - exactly as the owners wished.
This stunning conservatory faces some beautiful countryside views and so the front elevation was left without window blinds, yet this does not detract from the appearance whatsoever.
Duette® Blinds fitted in a set of Folding Doors
This timber orangery in Staffordshire featured two sets of bi-folding doors. Fitting blinds in bi-folding doors requires an extremely neat fit, as if the blinds stick out too far they can get in the way of the doors folding back properly.
Luckily, because we fit our Duette® blinds using the same rails we use for our pure™ Pleated Blinds we were able to neatly fit the blinds against the glass.
The blinds were fitted using a "floating rail", meaning that they are able to be both retracted down from the top and up from the bottom, and even both at the same time so that the fabric 'floats' in the middle of the glass.
Our popular Pure™ pleated conservatory blinds in Surrey
Our most popular pleated conservatory blinds fitted in a gable end conservatory in Surrey. Our pure™ pleated roof blinds and window blinds recess-fitted with separate roof vent blinds so that they move with the roof vents and allow ventilation whilst still providing shade. These neat pleated blinds have solar reflective Barley Crush fabric and brown rails to match the conservatory, as well as being fitted with concealed clips for the neatest appearance.
Pleated Conservatory Blinds (retracted)
Pleated conservatory blinds shown completely retracted. These pure™ pleated roof blinds and window blinds are shown completely closed to show how exceptionally neat they are compared to other pleated blinds. Recess fitted blinds have concealed clips and are so neat that they look like part of the conservatory.
Pinoleum Conservatory Blinds
Our unique pure™ Pinoleum roof blinds with Parchment Smoothweave woven wood and matching Parchment coloured rails with Natural Braid within a Jeremy Uglow conservatory in Hampshire.
The property used to be owned by Jeremy Uglow himself (the enigmatic founder of Glass Houses) and the conservatory is of a bespoke design with 30 pinoleum roof blinds, installed in May 2011.
Duette® Roof & Window Blinds
These Duette ® Blinds have been fitted in both the roof and windows of this UPVC conservatory in Surrey. Despite the complex shapes found in the roof, we were still able to neatly fit blinds with Duette® fabrics into it, despite the fact that the Duette® fabric is generally suited to less complex shapes.
The side blinds use the child-safe SmartCord® system, which allows the blinds to be easily operated with a cord that neatly retracts away when not in use.
Duette® Gable Blinds
Our pureaspect™ Gable Blinds have been specifically designed to fit into triangular shapes with a minimal amount of blinds. In this case, both the gable shape and the windows below are covered by the same blind, which can retract away neatly when not in use.
Tru-Fit Blinds in Bi-Folding Doors
These wooden bi-folding doors have been fitted with the drill-free Tru-Fit Blinds, using Duette® fabrics. Tru-Fit blinds have a minimal profile, making them suitable to be used in folding doors as they won't interfere with the operation of the doors.
The Tru-Fit blinds have what's called a floating rail, meaning that the blind can be operated both from the top down and the bottom up. This gives complete control over your shading, as you can adjust the position of the blind to cover wherever the sun may be in the sky.