What Are The Best Colours For Conservatory Blinds?

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When you’re working on a new conservatory blind project, choosing a colour is one of the key moments. For many people, picking the colour is a chance to put a little of their personality into the blinds. It’s a distinctive part of the overall look and ticking the right box can go a long way. 

Here at Appeal Home Shading, we have over thirty years of experience designing conservatory roof blinds. We have multiple colours available, but how do you select the right one? It’s all down to personal preference, but whatever you go for, it will add something to your blinds. Some colours scream personality and others are more subtle, but let’s look at a few. 

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Window Blind Colour Choices

Before we get into detail, let’s explain what’s available. In short, it depends on what type of conservatory blind you go with. For example, our French Pinoleum blinds have fourteen colours to choose from, along with the option to give the wood weave a custom look. Our Solar-R and Alu-Pleat blinds are available in five different colours, we have forty-three for single-pleat blinds and over one hundred and thirty for our Honeycomb blinds

These tend to be the most popular for conservatories, however let’s not overlook our roller blinds. These can’t be used as conservatory roof blinds, but there’s no reason they can’t be attached to the windows. There are over four hundred fabric choices for these ones, so they offer an enormous variety of customisation options. 

Colour Meanings And Window Blinds

With so many colours out there, it can be difficult to pick just one. If you want some assistance, it’s worth knowing a thing or two about the symbolic meanings associated with colours. Blue has long been linked to peace, optimism and is useful for establishing a calming vibe. It also is reminiscent of water, so is a natural choice if you live in a coastal or riverside property. If your conservatory overlooks a large pond or lake, or you have a great view of the ocean, you should seriously consider blue conservatory blinds. 

Green meanwhile, is evocative of nature and freshness, which makes them a good choice for conservatories that overlook gardens. Whites and creams are also popular; they’re versatile and can be used in almost any room, so long as they don’t clash with the furnishings. Whites and creams work as well in conservatories as they do in living rooms, bathrooms and more, and have a timeless quality that never goes out of fashion. Shades like yellows, pinks and reds aren’t as popular for conservatory blinds, but we do still see them occasionally. They’re mainly requested by families with small children who plan to use their extension as a playroom, as these colours have a liveliness and vitality about them.

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Ultimately, it is a matter of personal taste. What’s right for one person won’t appeal to the next, but with so many options available, you’re bound to find something you like. So, if you’re interested in new conservatory blinds and want to discuss your colour choices, why not contact us? You can call Appeal Home Shading on 0800 975 5757 and our expert staff will be happy to assist. 

Alternatively, if you want to learn more about our products, you can download a free brochure right now. We also offer free design consultations, so don’t delay. Contact Appeal Home Shading and let’s see what we can design together.