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Triangular conservatory blinds

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Sunisshining12 Tue 14-Nov-17 19:39:45

Where is the cheapest place for triangular conservatory blinds? Think they're called duette?

Preferably motorised & as cheap as possible (yes I know the quality will be shite but I cant afford ££!)

We use our conservatory as a play room but recently started having family stay over a lot (since they relocated) & we use this a guest room.

Need blinds for the roof & 'triangle' apex part above the doors mainly for light control & privacy. It's gets very sunny in there in summer.

I've tried all the usuals Hilary's, Thomas Sanderson etc. Cheapest quote I've had is £3k which seems crazy to me!

I can't buy off the shelf as I need triangular shapes angry

Any recommendations?

Sunisshining12 Tue 14-Nov-17 22:04:21


Badgertastic Tue 14-Nov-17 23:38:07

I can't answer your question but am interested in the answer. So just a little placemark from me.

Kirstysk9 Wed 15-Nov-17 08:41:20

Hi. I would try Apollo Blinds. Or there is a website I've had these blinds and they are really good. Worth the money if you want them to fit unusual shapes and operate well. Just normal pleated blinds might be a bit cheaper than the energy saving ones, but I went for Duette because I needed the extra warmth.

Sunisshining12 Wed 15-Nov-17 10:02:10

Thanks, can I be cheeky and ask what you paid & for what sizes?

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