With the second Bank Holiday in May approaching, many of us will be turning our thoughts to DIY to improve our homes. But with Thomas Sanderson window coverings, you don’t have to do the work to give your house a stylish new makeover. That’s because when you choose from our fabulous range of blinds and shutters, you can instantly update a room and give it the ‘wow’ factor.
If you’re fed up with curtains, why not update your window dressings with beautiful blinds? Thomas Sanderson’s collection of window blinds include wood and metal Venetians and classic pleated designs, as well as ‘Twin Shade’, which combines two pleated fabrics in one blind offering the ultimate in versatility.
There’s also our stylish range of conservatory blinds which will transform your conservatory into a versatile living space for year-round use. You’ll be spoilt for choice with a wide range of styles and colours available to suit every home, including pleated, pinoleum and metal Venetians, as well as our innovative energy-saving conservatory blinds.
Prefer shutters to blinds? Look no further than Thomas Sanderson’s stunning custom-made shutters consisting of adjustable louvre panels, which allow you to control the light, shade, heat and privacy of any room, quickly and easily. Choose from classic full height versions which cover whole windows; flexible café shutters for just the lower half; or clever designs especially for bay or unusually shaped windows. Hand-crafted to the highest quality, all our window coverings are made-to-measure and professionally installed so you can always be sure of a perfect fit.
Right now, it’s easier than ever to invest in blinds or shutters for the whole house with our fantastic special offers. There’s currently an amazing 3 for 2* on all window blinds plus a free window valet and 3 for 2* on all window shutters plus a free window valet. If you’re buying conservatory blinds, there’s a choice of 3 for 2* or a free Lasting Care maintenance package* worth £700. Don’t miss out! Call today to book your free, no obligation consultation with a locally based Thomas Sanderson designer.