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Narrow Duette<sup>®</sup> Blind

Narrow Duette® Blind

This close-up image of Duette® Blinds fitted in a London flat shows a unique narrow blind we had to make in order to cover the glass.

Even though the space was narrower than a standard blind, it was still suitable for Duette® Blinds because of it's simple rectangular shape.

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Duette<sup>®</sup> Blinds in London

Duette® Blinds in London

These Duette® Blinds have been installed in the large windows and sliding doors in this London flat, overlooking the Thames.

Duette® Blinds are excellent at reducing glare, and with the right fabrics can even be used as blackout blinds. This makes them ideal if you're looking to enjoy a television, laptop or tablet without the sun getting in the way.

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Pleated Duette<sup>®</sup> In London

Pleated Duette® In London

These Duette Blinds® create a unique atmosphere as the day gets darker. As this flat contains many large windows, and is over looking the Thames, the Duette® also significantly improve the privacy and reduce the "goldfish bowl" effect.

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Anglian Conservatory Blinds

Anglian Conservatory Blinds

Stunning pure Pleated Blinds for an Anglian conservatory in Thatcham, Berkshire with popular Barley Crush solar reflective fabric and white rails to match the White Knight finish of the conservatory, as well as concealed clips and pure technology allowing them to fit perfectly. 

The customer has solar roof glazing and despite the obvious glare and heat, believes that they won't need any roof blinds.

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<strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Orangery Blinds (retracted)

pure™ Pleated Orangery Blinds (retracted)

Our pure Pleated Blinds shown here fully retracted.

Because of the unique rail of our pure™ Blinds they are able to retract down neater than any standard blind, allowing for a more attractive appearance, and complete flexibility when it comes to deciding how much light you want to let into your conservatory.

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<strong><em>pure</em></strong>™ Pleated Orangery Blinds (fully extended)

pure™ Pleated Orangery Blinds (fully extended)

When compared to the previous image of these blinds fully retracted, this image shows the amazing amount of difference conservatory blinds can truly make. Blinds on both the lantern roof and sides of the orangery mean that heat and glare is reduced no matter what time of day, making for a room that's more comfortable to use.

Watch our video review with the owner of this orangery to see just how happy she was with the way these blinds have transformed the room.

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

pure™ Pleated Window Blinds

Our pure™ Pleated window blinds with Crush Champagne fabric. This image shows off one of the benefits of having properly fitted recessed blinds - even from a side angle, there are minimal gaps to let light through and to prevent people from looking into the conservatory.

Watch our video interview with the owner of these blinds to see how happy she was with them, as well as our service.

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North Facing Conservatory Blinds

North Facing Conservatory Blinds

North facing conservatory with purePleated Blinds installed in August 2010 in Reading, Berkshire with Parchment Crush solar reflective fabric, matching coloured cords and silicone impregnated stainless steel micro-cables within the roof blinds. The uniquely narrow width of our shaped pleated roof blinds mean that there is no gap at the top of the blinds.

The gap created by the tie bars can be avoided if we create a cut-out section towards the base of the blinds, but this customer wanted the blinds to retract completely to the eaves.

Our purePleated Window blinds can be recess-fitted to any shape of beading to create an integrated appearance which is just not possible with other pleated blind ranges.

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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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