Silver Venetian Blinds
The Clean Lines of a Silver Venetian Blind
Silver venetian blinds will always be up there as one of our most popular ranges. We think it is the look of modest efficiency that makes any product look stylish as well as functional in this classic metallic colour. We like to see silver when we are thinking about performance and utility - think cars, electrical appliances, as well as industrial equipment. Indeed when it comes to managing natural light from the sun and problems caused by solar glare and gain, a made to measure silver venetian blind will give you the most effective control. In our range we are including all the silver-effect, stainless steel and aluminium look finishes we have. You will be able to find polished as well as matt venetian blinds in brushed satin and hammered finishes as well as slats with the look of machine finishing and machine turning. You will also see aged effects with antique venetian blinds resembling pewter as well as patterned blinds in regular stripes as well as distressed lines and some unusual patterns for example to simulate chequer plate.
If you are looking for made to measure aluminium window blinds for a commercial setting then also consider perforated venetian blinds. During the daytime the perforations on these blinds will allow you to maintain the view from your windows, whilst maintaining privacy from prying eyes looking in, even when the blind is closed. Be careful though as this effect is reversed during the night time when the lights are on internally and it is dark outside. Silver effect venetians will always be popular commercially. As well as being the most effective for solar protection, they have that look of modest efficiency we mentioned and will go with just about any corporate colour scheme.
In the home silver will work in lots of interior design schemes. In the typical UK kitchen there are always some metal colours about, usually in the form of brushed stainless steel. It can be just the kettle or even just a few pieces of cutlery and a few utensils, though for many of us the colour will extend to the stainless steel of one or two appliances such as the cooker and cooker hood, as well as probably a few pots and pans. Some customers like to go all the way to create that professional catering look with stainless steel worktops and appliances. In all these situations a silver venetian blind will create a nice clean efficient look at the window and will also be practical in controlling the light and glare whilst the kitchen is in use. In the bathroom many of us have polished chrome taps, towel rails and shower fittings. A silver bathroom blind will team well with these and as a venetian blind is the most practical window covering to use in the bathroom to control privacy and natural light, will always be a practical choice. As the industrial ‘loft’ styles still seem to be popular we are still seeing many customers using silver venetian blinds in the lounge, as they team well with the stainless steel furnishings and finishings that are often used in these types of schemes. The utilitarian efficiency of the blind adds to that sleek efficient minimalist look.