Thomas Sanderson

Thomas Sanderson

February 02, 2011 19:00 ET

How Window Blinds Are Taking Over the Interior Design World in 2011

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Feb. 2, 2011) - With news of more snow on the way, it seems interior design is being forced to work hard functionally as well as aesthetically in respond to suit the changing weather. With windows being the only feature in a room which can naturally transform a space's appearance through providing light, but also cold, it is important to get it right.

It is not just colours or textiles which are important – modern home interiors have to be a little bit clever and scientific too. If the snow does return as heavy as it was before Christmas, it means that our homes will be colder, which then means we will be spending more on gas and electricity to keep ourselves warm.

As a result of this, rooms such as conservatories can become vacant and unused because they just don't retain as much heat as the rest of the rooms within the house. However, stylish Solartex conservatory blinds can solve this problem by using clever temperature-controlling technology to keep the heat in your conservatory while still letting light in and keeping your room well-lit, light and airy.

Blinds are becoming increasingly viewed as important tools for the home as much as a good quality shower system in your bathroom or having double glazing in your home. Blinds have advanced into scientific, cleverly constructed pieces of equipment for the home and are no longer just part of attractive decor.

"Draperies are more of a top treatment that finishes off the window or room; the blinds are just a basic necessity," says Karen Lantz, an interior designer at Imaginations Interior Design.

Thomas Sanderson's Solartex window blinds will ease your home into spring 2011 effortlessly, providing total chic in your home. Available in a range of different colours and styles, they protect your furniture from fading, maximise the heat in your home so that you won't need to overuse your heating and still let light in, thanks to the innovative fabric technology.

This means that as well as adapting to the cold weather to keep you warm, it will also keep you cool in the summer and make the most of your windows, so they will be a constant, reliable and stylish feature all year round in your home.

About Thomas Sanderson:

Thomas Sanderson is the UK's leading manufacturer of bespoke blinds and shutters for the home and conservatory. With over 20 years experience in the business Thomas Sanderson offers over 1,000 styles and colours to choose from, all handmade by a team of highly skilled craftspeople.

With over 150,000 customers in the UK, Thomas Sanderson is the preferred choice for all major UK conservatory installers and has led the way in manufacturing and installing window treatments in the UK for the last two decades.

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