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Pleated Blinds

Pleated Blinds

Pleated blinds in a gable end conservatory. These pure™ Pleated Conservatory Blinds are in Cornhusk Crush solar reflective fabric.

The roof blinds are butted up tight to the tie bars to minimise any gaps. Because the tie bars are relatively high up the rafters, the option of cut-outs at this point would have made the blinds part-operational and so was not recommended.

This Yorkshire conservatory blinds customer was originally considering vertical blinds but could see that they would tend to smother the conservatory, conceal the opening windows and use up the window sills. The pleated window blinds are recess-fitted so that they only occupy the glazed area, allowing the windows to be opened and retaining the window sills.

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Buttermilk Pleated Blinds

Buttermilk Pleated Blinds

Our unique pure Pleated Blinds, installed in the roof, windows and doors of this Edwardian uPVC conservatory.

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Pleated Blinds in Edwardian Conservatory

Pleated Blinds in Edwardian Conservatory

This image shows our pure Pleated Blinds installed in an Edwardian conservatory.

As the photo was taken during the autumn, you can see how the blinds stop the 'goldfish bowl' effect, by increasing privacy when it is dark outside.

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Pleated Blinds in the Evening

Pleated Blinds in the Evening

Our purePleated Blinds shown during the evening.

The increased privacy the blinds give let you use your conservatory well into the night without the fear of being overlooked by neighbours, and also provides protection from glare during the day so you can watch TV or use a computer.

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Fully Recessed <strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Blinds

Fully Recessed pure™ Pleated Blinds

This image shows our pure Pleated Blinds in a Victorian conservatory, all fully recessed.

As the blinds have been recess fitted, the roof, window and door blinds all retract away to be almost invisible. If you look closely you might be able to see the micro-cables that guide the roof blinds, which are designed to almost disappear when looked at against the sky.

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<strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Window and Door Blinds

pure™ Pleated Window and Door Blinds

A closer look at the window and door blinds in this Victorian conservatory in Hampshire, shown retracted, with the roof blinds extended. Note how meatly the roof blinds are fitted around the box gutter, due to the unique mounting profile designed for this technical detail.

The blinds are our exclusive pure™ Pleated Blinds, with "Lily" coloured fabric and matching white rails.

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Part Extended Roof and Window Blinds

Part Extended Roof and Window Blinds

Our purePleated Blinds installed in the roof, doors and windows of this Victorian conservatory in Hampshire.

This image shows a closer look at the window and door blinds, which have been partially extended.

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<strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Roof, Window and Door Blinds

pure™ Pleated Roof, Window and Door Blinds

These purePleated Blinds have been installed in the roof, windows and doors of this UPVC conservatory.

The blinds are shown here fully extended, allowing you to see just how neat our pureBlinds really are, with minimal gaps to let in light and heat.

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Vertical Blinds in a Conservatory

Vertical Blinds in a Conservatory

89mm vertical blinds, Venice Bianco fabric, fitted to the windows of a conservatory in Hampshire, with Apple coloured pleated blinds in the roof.

The doors have white pleated blinds rather than vertical blinds so that they do not move in the wind, or become damaged by the doors or people walking through them.

This image was taken by the installer.

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Patio Door Blinds (Retracted)

Patio Door Blinds (Retracted)

Pleated blinds often cannot be fitted to sliding patio doors, but purePleated Blinds can be bespoke manufactured and installed to fit perfectly and provide a unique solution. 

This image shows the patio door blinds fully retracted with the doors open, as well as the roof blinds and window blinds fully extended.

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Patio Door Blinds (Part-Retracted)

Patio Door Blinds (Part-Retracted)

Following the previous image, this shows our unique purePleated Blinds over a patio door with the door blinds fully extended but with the wide window blinds retracted.

Also shown are the roof blinds, gable blind and window blinds fully extended.

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Patio Door Blinds

Patio Door Blinds

Our unique purePleated Blinds - patio door blinds fully extended to show how neatly our purpose designed pleated blinds system fits within one of the most awkward situations.

Also shown is our unique pureaspect™ gable blind with puresolo™ remote control operation. Despite being a very wide blind - approx. 3.4m (approx. 11') this blind can retract completely leaving no wires or cords across the glass whatsoever.

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