We often think
of the living room or main room, and the front bedrooms
when it comes to planning a major change to the window coverings.
This is probably because if our homes are in a town or in
a typical town street layout then the front of the house
is likely to be the part that most people notice either
through passing it in the street outside or from a house
opposite. It’s easy to forget therefore that in many
cases there is an access route at the back of houses, and
often there are the backs of houses in the next street facing
the back of your house. In this case there is certainly
a case for maintaining privacy in the home as well as making
the outside of the house look relatively tidy.
the back of houses are also areas where conservatories are
built as people like to feel more in touch with the outside
world and their gardens while adding an extra room (and
more value) to their homes. Conservatories are obviously
mostly glass, and therefore there is a need for covering
the glass areas e.g. at night, and perhaps obscuring views
into the home via the conservatory during the day. Vertical
blinds provide a perfect solution for both. Standard
sized vertical blinds are typically made to quite large
drops, and made to measure vertical blinds can easily cover
non-standard sizes. Vertical
blinds allow you to let large amounts of light into
the conservatory whilst obscuring the view into the conservatory.
This is because the blind slats can be angled perfectly
for the conditions. Vertical blinds therefore allow you
to enjoy the garden and observe wildlife in privacy. Closing
the slats together ate night provides complete privacy,
and PVC backed vertical
blinds are particularly good at providing insulation
from the cold and light.
position of many peoples’ homes is such that they
enjoy many hours of sunlight at the back of their homes
and vertical blinds
provide a great way to let the maximum light into the back
part of the home when the slats
are in open positions. The clean tidy lines provided by
vertical blind slats aesthetically enhance the appearance
of the back of the house.