Down to the Detail

RAL Colours

The design is in the detail and it is important to correspond each detail to unify a design that will create the perfect space to tend to our needs. Sizes, positions, colours etc are all elements that need to be considered to craft a living area that coincides with one’s lifestyle. There is a process to creativity and there should be no limits to how far we can go.

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This is exactly the reason why at Caribbean Blinds we offer all our residential clients, along with architects and designers a free reign on their colour choice on any of our products. By using the European recognised RAL colour matching system we are able to powder coat the hardware (metalwork) of our products in an endless range of colourways and various finishes (smooth, semi gloss, textured etc).

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And most importantly we do not charge a premium for this service. This allows our clients to truly design a solution unique to them and their surroundings. With more than 200 metalwork colours to choose from combined with a vast range of trendy fabrics to select and a whole host of electronic controls for effortless operation, we are able create an external shading system bespoke and custom for each and every client.

Contact one of our experienced team members and begin designing your ideal external shading system today. We will work with you at each step to make sure every detail is thought of and covered. Call 0344 800 1947 or email us

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