At Conservatory Blinds Limited we encounter a variety of shaped windows in homes around the UK. This includes:

Small windows

We often find small awkward shaped windows feature in many conservatory roofs and windows. However, because of the way they are shaped many blind companies leave them uncovered. At Conservatory Blinds Limited we can not only cover the windows but make sure the blinds are a significant part of the room. This is instead of them looking like an afterthought. We are able to achieve this unique finish thanks to our years of experience in the industry and bespoke blinds.

Firstly, the fabric choice is important, to not only for it to coordinate with the conservatory and décor of the room, but in terms of performance (reducing glare, heat and cold – without darkening the conservatory) as well as the density (which means that, unlike other fabrics, the blinds do not stack very deeply when retracted).

Secondly, only pure™ pleated window blinds can be recess fitted to the top and bottom of your glazing beads, creating a truly integrated appearance. This is absolutely essential in small conservatories, where small gaps are very obvious, and where surface-mounting blinds will stand out into the room, making it feel much smaller.

Thirdly, it is important that the hardware such as rails, mounting profiles and other visible components match the conservatory. Again, this creates an integrated appearance. At Conservatory Blinds Limited we have number of standard hardware colours which will match most conservatories. However, we do also offer a bespoke service where customers can opt for a hardware colour which matches their conservatory perfectly.

 

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Triangular Shaped Windows

Triangular shaped windows, also known as gable-shaped windows are becoming an increasingly popular choice in homes around the UK. We tend to find this type of window in conservatories, bi-folding doors and various rooms around the home. Triangular shaped windows are a great way to allow for natural light to flood into a home. However, this can sometimes cause issues with an unwanted glare, temperature control and privacy. This was the case with a recent installation; where a customer required blinds for triangular shaped windows that featured in their bedroom. Due to the large amounts of glazing, the customer found themself being woken by the sun very early in the morning.

We have specially designed blinds for triangular windows to tackle this problem head-on. As, our blinds are neatly fitted into the recess of a window frame and are available in a range of fabrics including:

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Free Quotation

Although odd-shaped windows can be a great unique addition to your home; finding a solution to cover them can be tricky. If you find yourself asking how can you cover your odd-shaped windows then arrange a free quotation today. At the quotation a member of our sales team can offer expert advice and help to find the best solution for your oddly shaped windows.