In 1760, according to Wikipedia, a patent for Venetian blinds was issued although as a supplier of mine recently said, chance’s are it will no longer be under warranty. The Venetian blind has evolved considerably since then and is now available not only as its original wooden free-standing arrangement but tensioned, aluminium, faux, Intu, perfect fit or polyvinyl manifestations. On offer, functionality, simplicity and cost-effectiveness, in other words, something for everyone, the choice is yours.
ROGER BUTLER, OWNER
These blinds can be simple and contemporary in a modern environment, brightly coloured and in your face for the bolder amongst us or traditionally shaded and accessorised with tapes to obtain that sophisticated finish to a room.
As a norm, Venetian blinds are more often than not mounted within the window recess and can create the perfect solution for exposing architectural features and your decor. Alternatively, they can be mounted above and outside your reveal and with the addition of a neat pelmet or fascia to add a touch of detail, it can become a stand-alone and stunning window treatment.
So pleased to find Roger, as with all my building work coming to an end I have 24 windows to cover. Superb service including a huge range of fabrics and fully fitted, all at a great price too.
Roger came and measured the house for both Venetian blinds, and shutters. The whole process from measuring to receiving a quote to fitting was extremely efficient and I am delighted with the result.
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