Anthracite grey

Exclusive integral blinds for bi folding doors in S159 anthracite grey, RAL 7016

Posted on: 17 Mar 2016 | Posted in: News | Author: Admin

The recent growth in apartment living and new build development in general featuring grey windows and doors has inspired growing demand for an exclusive shade of grey slats inside Uni-Blinds® integral blinds from Morley Glass & Glazing.

The Uni-Blind® sealed units with ScreenLine® integral blinds inside glass are available in a choice of ten colours including S159 anthracite grey, which is equivalent to RAL 7016, which is only available in the UK from Morley Glass & Glazing.

Ian Short, managing director of Morley Glass & Glazing said: “Grey RAL 7016 seems to have established itself as the most popular grey of all the major colours for powder coated aluminium and particularly bi-folding doors. We spotted the opportunity and agreed exclusive UK rights to the ScreenLine® Venetian integral blinds in anthracite grey S159. In the last 12 months alone demand for this colour has increased by 18% demonstrating that it is a practical, stylish and neutral looking alternative to white and many other colour options.”

Being permanently sealed within the cavity of the doubled glazed units makes Uni-Blinds® the only viable option for privacy and light/shade control in bi-folding and sliding doors. Available with manual, cordless, sliding, solar powered and motorised controls, Uni-Blinds® are manufactured from high quality materials and high performance glass for delivery in 10 days. The system is ideally suited to prestigious properties, especially the exclusive contemporary domestic market including new build, extensions and conservatories.


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