When it comes to conservatory blind ideas, there are a number of options available to you.
Conservatory blinds for the windows will give you the most options when it comes to looks, practicality and budget.
Vertical conservatory blinds are a very popular choice. They are fantastic for light control, by tilting the louvres you can control the amount of light that enters your conservatory, whilst reducing the glare.
Vertical Blinds will also cost the least (depending on your choice of fabric) because one vertical blind can cover several windows up to a maximum width of 5 metres.
Depending on the shape and size of your conservatory you may only need 4 or 5 blinds to cover all of the windows, and the less blinds you have the cheaper your conservatory blinds cost.
The fabric choice for your vertical blinds is really important in a conservatory, the darker the fabric the more heat it will absorb, so the hotter your conservatory will get. So chose a light coloured fabric ideally with a reflective backing to keep as much heat as possible out of your conservatory.
Roller Blinds would be another good option when it comes to conservatory blind ideas. You will need more roller blinds than you do vertical blinds so this choice will cost a little more, but the range of fabrics could add a real wow factor to your conservatory.
The other thing to consider with roller blinds is the gaps between the fabric. You will have a 50mm gap between each fabric even when the brackets are touching, so it is important to line these gaps up with the frames of the windows. Another option would be INTU roller blinds as shown above.
Again choosing a light coloured reflective backed fabric will make a big difference when it comes to keeping your conservatory cool.
If you like the look and style of roller blinds, but want to filter the light in a similar way to Vertical blinds then the vision blinds are a great option.
They work like a roller blind, but have a double fabric with voile panels. When the voile panels line up more light will come in the room (as shown in the photo below), then line the vole panel with the solid panel and you have total privacy.
When it comes to conservatory blind ideas then, in my opinion, the perfect blinds are INTU blinds. They are designed to look part of your conservatory rather something that looks like an add-on.
INTU blinds need no drilling or screws as they simply push into the beading of the UPVC windows, so will not affect any guarantees that you may have with your conservatory.
INTU blinds are available as an aluminium Venetian, a fabric pleated blind (with reflective backed fabric) or roller blind.