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Benefits of Office Refurbishment Sails

At Shade Sail Blinds we understand how interior sails for atriums and ceiling sails make a big impact to the design, look and feel of an office refit. Apart from the obvious solar protection, anti-glare and heat reduction properties, shade sails in the office environment can improve morale and add a feeling comfort and calm. Additionally, they can add a splash of colour and fun to drab décors, harmonise discorded interiors and help zone off areas for dedicated uses. They can also an economical way of adding a wow factor to any fit out. Therefore sails “Office Refurbishment Sails” are being used more and more by interior designers and office [...]

By | February 7th, 2020|News, Tips|0 Comments

Acoustic ceiling Sails installed for Gloucester Council

Acoustic ceiling Sails installed for Gloucester Council - Shade sail blinds are pleased to announce another successful installation for Gloucester Council. Gloucester Council is carrying out an extensive upgrade to the national heritage Blackfriers buildings in Gloucester town centre. As part of this upgrade, the council planned to create a multifunctional space that could be used as a café during working hours and as an event function room after hours, or additional space for local event services. However, due to the room’s size and existing design /construction methods, the room was both uninspiring and offered little in the way of acoustic treatment. In essence it was unwelcoming, uninspiring space which [...]

By | April 9th, 2014|News|0 Comments

Preferred shade Sail and Ceiling Sails Supplier to Gloucester Council

Shade Sail Blinds is pleased to announce that we are now officially a preferred supplier to Gloucester City Council for the prevision of Shade sails and indoor Ceiling Sails. Gloucester council contacted us several months back to discuss a prestigious project attributed to the refurbishment of the stunning fourteenth century Blackfriars in the centre of Gloucester. The council’s architects were keen to create a cost effective and multifunctional Café space which allowed them to utilise the room for multiple events when the Café was not in use. The cleaver use of modularised counter tops and hideaway electrical sockets enables an almost seamless transformation from Café to empty room in a [...]

By | February 24th, 2014|News|0 Comments