If you’re looking for something a little bit different, perhaps to complement natural surroundings in a way that more conventional window furnishings can’t really do, then you may want to consider the wonders of woodweave.
These blinds are made from natural weave fabrics that use wood from a variety of sustainable forests and other sources, including bamboo, jute, seagrass and poplar. The wood is woven into stunning patterns with a loose or tight weave and then transformed into roman blinds, roller blinds or panel glide systems. We know you will just love the effect these blinds give as they gently filter the light.
Popular for conservatories and sunrooms
Also known as French pinoleum, woodweave blinds were first used in Victorian sunrooms and conservatories. The method of making the weave did not change for many decades. Woodweave blinds are now very popular again in conservatories but they can be used all over the home or office as a very effective and extremely eye-catching form of sun-screen.