Your Style: How To Style Conservatory Blinds

July 7th, 2016 in All About Blinds

Ready for part three of our Your Style series? Well so are we, so jump on board and find out how people just like you are styling their conservatories to create a magical home.

Styling for a conservatory is no easy feat for many of us. You want something that’s practical all year round, and a room that you’re sure is not going to become a wasted space a few months down the line. And you get the gist of these posts by now. We’ve rounded up some inspiration from our lovely customers to get you thinking…

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Louisa Inst

Louisa on Instagram has made her first home an absolute dream with this lovely dining set up. Even though it’s technically not a conservatory, it offers great inspiration for uses for your conservatory. The PerfectFIT blinds mean that Louisa can let the light flood in during the day, raise the blinds out of the way when little hands and paws are around, and twist them shut for complete privacy.

Get the Lighting Right

Clive McDonald

By using smaller blinds in each window, Clive has complete control over his conservatory. He can open the blinds a little to let in the light, create little neat stacks to let it flood in, or keep them fully shut for complete darkness. They’re DuoShade too, so offer great thermal qualities all year round.

Use Lighter Tones

grey-conservatory

As well as complete practicality, Faith has created a completely coherent scheme in her conservatory. She’s layered lovely grey tones and added texture with that gorgeous armchair. The EasiFIT blinds mean that when the weather turns grey too, she can draw the blinds and sit back in her cosy seat.

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Inspired yet? Then there’s no time to lose. We’ve got big offers on our DuoLight & DuoShade blinds right now plus loads of PerfectFIT blinds to choose from. So shop now and get your conservatory summer ready.

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When I'm not writing posts for the Blinds 2go blog, you can find me getting inspiration from other bloggers and interior design magazines. I also love using Pinterest and Houzz to get plenty of inspiration too!

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