To help you navigate the options for your conservatory, and to provide a little inspiration, we’ve written this handy conservatory blinds guide. We’ll take you through a range of different blind types and explain the specific benefits of each. Read on to find the perfect match for your space and transform your conservatory today.
We love how conservatories flood our homes with natural light, but sometimes the temperature can become uncomfortable and the light can become a nuisance glare. But choose one of our innovative Pleated blinds and you’ll alleviate those issues and more. Trilite™ blinds, as seen in this cheery space, allow you to open your blinds from the bottom up, which is ideal for protecting your privacy and preventing glare. Pleated blinds are available in a choice of solar-reflecting fabrics to help keep your space cool, and can also be made to fit awkwardly-shaped conservatory roof windows. And because these pretty pleats diffuse light beautifully, you can even draw them on a sunny day and still enjoy a bright atmosphere.Shop
Roller blinds are a popular choice for conservatories for so many reasons. They are easy to use and maintain, and come in a wide variety colours and prints, which allow you to get creative with your space. You’ll find fabulous florals, maritime stripes, leafy patterns, painterly designs and much more in our range. We also offer Enlight™ Roller blinds, which feature two horizontally striped panels – one transparent and one opaque – that slide past each other, giving you flexible control over privacy and light.Speckle Shop
If your conservatory has floor-to-ceiling windows, then Vertical blinds are a fantastic choice. They are a great way to cover large expanses of glass and offer fingertip control over light. Simply tilt the panels to let light in whilst protecting your privacy, or slide them open to enjoy the view. Much like our Rollers, you’ll find lots of stylish options for this style of blind, including colourful plains, tactile textures and pretty prints.Home Shop
To add character to your conservatory, consider dressing the windows with Faux Wood blinds. They have a gorgeous wood-effect finish and come in a variety of natural and painted shades. They also benefit from being moisture-resistant and, unlike real wood, they won’t be affected by the hot sun. If you like a slatted blind, but want to add a splash of colour, we also have a range of metal Venetian blinds that work in the same way as Wooden blinds.Plain Sun