Conservatory shade sail - Design of the Month
Our conservatory shade sail Design of the month features the installation commissioned by Mrs Forward who contacted one of our recently appointed InShade Blinds Resellers, Nigel Hogg at Curtaincraft who are based in Danehill in Sussex. Mrs Forward wanted a new fresh look for her Conservatory roof as she has previously made her own conservatory shading solution which was starting to look a bit tired.
The clients had spoken to Curtaincraft about installing standard pleated blinds in the conservatory and had also researched the effectiveness of solar film but, after a visit from Nigel and his team, they decided to opt for conservatory shade sails from InShade as they offered great value as well as being extremely effective and stylish. It was really important that Mrs Forward's conservatory was looking fabulous as she was approaching a major milestone, her 60th Birthday, and she was planning a party which would use the conservatory space as a focal point. Mrs Forward was very keen to ensure that the conservatory blinds met her aesthetic aspirations for the space as well as ensuring that the heat and glare in her conservatory was eliminated.
The design phase was critical to ensure that both these were met with the new roof shades and Nigel Hogg at Curtaincraft measured up for the design you can see below which offered maximum coverage for the best possible heat reduction.
Time was of the essence in this project with delivery required in less than 4 weeks to ensure the Sails would be installed by Nigel and his team in time for the party. The InShade Design team worked very closely with Nigel and to create a design which fulfilled the brief. The main consideration with the installation was to ensure that the resulting reduction in glare and heat allowed the space to be utilised. The new roof sails have also added a great design feature to the space and we think the result is stunning. The whole installation was completed in time for the conservatory to be used as the main space for Mrs Forward's party!