Indoor office Venetian blinds are an essential addition to many workplaces that can make a large difference to the overall feel of the space. However, you’re no longer stuck with good old vertical Venetian blinds, which until recently ruled in almost every office or commercial premises. Natural materials are the latest trend, finding their way increasingly into office spaces as well.

What makes vertical Venetian blinds so popular in offices?

While Venetian blinds are one of the most popular choices for homes, vertical Venetian blinds take the lead in office spaces. You can find white fabric vertical Venetian blinds almost everywhere, from doctors’ offices to hairdressers and shops – it’s no coincidence at all. They enable continuous control of the amount of sunlight, can be used to shade large and atypically shaped glass surfaces, and don’t have any special maintenance requirements either.

On the other hand, vertical Venetian blinds certainly don’t have a cosy feel. Quite the contrary, they often give off a rather sterile vibe. You can avoid running into this problem by choosing vertical Venetian blinds with a print, just be prepared for a higher cost compared to the standard white. When it comes to vertical Venetian blinds, you should bear in mind that although they’re not difficult to maintain from a technical perspective, cleaning can become quite problematic, especially considering the height of the slats and reduced accessibility. Depending on the material, the slats can be susceptible to gathering dust.

And if we’re dealing offices in historic buildings, you should consider that vertical Venetian blinds will clash with many traditional window designs. There are naturally alternative solutions to vertical Venetian blinds.

Venetian blinds are likewise suitable for office space

Venetian blinds can be produced in different sizes so it won’t be a problem to shade even atypically shaped windows. Venetian blinds with wide slats are perfect for large glass surfaces, providing reliable cover even for larger windows. In contrast, smaller office windows typical for older buildings are well-suited to 27 mm slats. You certainly can’t go wrong by choosing Venetian blinds in older buildings or modern business centres.

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Bamboo Venetian blinds are similarly suitable on commercial premises

As mentioned in the intro, more and more natural materials are finding their way into the modern office space, whether that’s moss wall art, green walls or wood panelling. Bamboo Venetian blinds can likewise promote this trend and make even the most austere space feel more cosy. On top of adding a unique atmosphere to your office, bamboo Venetian blinds are highly durable while having excellent shading and thermal insulation properties.

Japanese walls as a variable method of shading

If you feel a little adventurous, Japanese walls are an exciting option to create shading in the office. They can be an aesthetically pleasing and very practical element to shade even large areas and, depending on the particular type, it’s possible to move the Japanese wall throughout the space wherever you like. To ensure the best possible shading performance, we recommend choosing a Japanese wall made of thick and opaque materials that slides onto a ceiling rail.

Remember that Japanese walls are not limited to just act as a shading element. They’re also an excellent solution in large and open-plan offices whenever you need to separate off any parts of the office. The wide choice of different decors and materials is an added bonus to instil your office with a truly original look.

Whatever you choose for your office shading needs, remember to always look for quality and resist the temptation of the cheapest price. With shading technology in particular, the cheapest solutions ultimately end up being the most expensive. They won’t deliver the expected result and they certainly won’t impress you with their longevity.