Blind ambition

Weru UK has announced a new partnership with Conservatory Blinds, to help customers find modern window coverings for bespoke aluminium designs.

An increasing number of homeowners are choosing unique styles of glazing in different shapes and sizes, including apex windows and continental inward-opening windows, the company said.

This has meant that standard curtains and blinds are not always a suitable solution for many customers.

Conservatory Blinds specialises in blinds that fit neatly onto the glazing rebate, so unlike curtains and traditional blinds, they don’t restrict the windows from opening inwards.

Tensioned blinds, such as its unique Pure Window Blinds, are the perfect choice for continental inward opening tilt and turn window systems.

Also available are gable blind systems for contemporary apex windows and unusual shapes. This can be completely retracted, leaving no cords or wires over the glass, whatever the shape. They come with various remote control options, including smart device integration.

Kate Lindsay, sales director at Weru UK, said “We are delighted to offer our customers exclusive discounts on a wide range of options to perfectly dress their new windows and doors.

“Neat, stylish, easy to use and totally safe for children and pets, Conservatory Blinds has well-made systems to suit our entire product range.”

A range of samples are now available to view in Weru’s flagship showroom in Blackpool offering a north west display centre for Conservatory Blinds, whose main showrooms are in Epsom, Surrey and Ashford, Kent.