A complete guide to window blinds in your Conservatory

To help you navigate the different window blinds that would suit your conservatory and of course, to prove some inspiration, we’ve put together a short but detailed guide. We will explore a range of blinds and talk about how each one can be beneficial for your home. Read on to find the perfect set of window blinds for your space and to transform your conservatory.

Venetian blinds – an innovative choice

Venetian window blinds are a top choice when it comes to your conservatory. Conservatories are great for bringing in the natural light and you don’t want window blinds that will affect this. However, sometimes, the light can be a nuisance. With Venetian blinds, you can adjust the way in which the slats sit at and they can be heightened or lowered at your desired length so depending on where the light is coming in from, you can have more control.

Opened venetian plastic blinds with sunlight in the morning. White plastic window with blinds. Interior design of living room with window horizontal blinds. Window slatted shades made of plastic.

Roman blinds – the ultimate privacy

If light filtering isn’t a factor when considering window blinds for your conservatory, Roman blinds will work a treat. They are easy to use, offer complete privacy and darkness. You can even opt for blackout blinds if you want little to no light to enter at all. These can also come in different fabrics so depending on your aesthetic, you have various options to match.

Printed roman blinds for living room

Big roof?

If your conservatory is on the bigger scale, window blinds may have to be considered for your roof as well. There are different, clever performance fabrics that can help maintain temperature control without the hassle of opening and closing hard to reach areas. Window blinds are so diverse so you can explore options that reflect the sun, control light and temperature and can suit functionality.

Vertical blinds and Roman blinds

Vertical window blinds are especially good if you have floor-to-ceiling windows as these blinds cover large expanses of glass and offer fingertip control. Like venetian blinds, you can choose at which the panels will tilt, therefore, determining how much light is let in. However, if you’re looking for more of a cosy area, then Roman blinds are great for this. They are extremely easy to use and can be adjusted to meet your needs: simply lower to block the sun or open fully. If your conservatory is a little draughty, consider choosing Roman blinds with curtains as this will prevent breeze from getting in.
Whatever window blinds you opt for, make sure they meet your requirements. The first step is to identify the use of which your conservatory is for. This way, you can decide on which window blinds are best suited for you, your family and your home.

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