Indoor Shade Sail

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Commercial Indoor Shade Sail

Commercial indoor Shade sail are rapidly becoming an increasingly popular solution for adding shade and design to Commercial space's such as Shopping Centre, Office Blocks, Hotel Receptions, Child Care Centre, Restaurants and even Factories. We've been designing, engineering, manufacturing and installing commercial  internal shade sail solutions for years and have been promoting then to Architect and Designers for much longer; in fact you could say we made them trendy! We are experts in functional and stylish interior shading options, tailoring all our indoor sail projects specifically towards the individual clients needs. Transforming Commercial spaces into a welcoming, relaxing and stylish place in which visitors want to spend time. Indoor shade sails [...]

By | June 11th, 2014|Tips|0 Comments

Useful Guidance on Shade Sails

Useful Guidance on Shade Sails. At www.shadesailblinds.com we regularly advise customers on how and when shade sails can be used and when they should not. In many instances customers are unaware of the possibilities, versatility as well as certain restrictions which shade sails present. We have therefore put together this brief guidance document to help customers make the right decision when it comes to the use of indoor and outdoor shade sails. The idea of laying underneath a stylish and elegant shade sail as warm sunlight gently filters through the sails fabric is one of the most relaxing and uplifting experiences you can image. For many people shade sails are [...]

By | March 4th, 2014|News, Tips|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