This new build luxury home was constructed by contractors R W Armstrong & Sons Ltd. Waverley were involved at an early stage in the specification of blinds and curtains to this project, and after much detailed consultation the client decided on mainly motorised blinds and curtain tracks, integrated into the home automation system along with lighting and other controls.
Lutron are high quality products and, as the motorised blind and curtain operation is almost silent, these are an excellent choice for a luxury residential home.
We worked closely with the Interior Designer, Perring Design, who selected and provided us with free issued fabrics for curtains and roman blinds.
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Silent Gliss Roman Blind – lined and with manual operation.
Entrance Hall (Rear)
with bespoke metal fascia in an anthracite colour to conceal the system and compliment the glazing.
Motorised Lutron Roman Blinds and Lutron Ripplefold curtain track with Wave curtains, integrated into the home automation system (see our video above). The curtains were bordered with contrasting fabric and lined.
Motorised Lutron Roman Blinds with blackout fabric lining.
Silent Gliss Roman Blind with manual operation in free issue fabric and lined.
Motorised Lutron Curtain Tracks with DrapeTech Double Pinch Pleat Curtains to the main bedroom on the rear elevation overlooking the harbour. These curtains had blackout interlining.
Silent Gliss Roman Blinds and DrapeTech Curtains – both with blackout lining – were installed to this separate annexe.
The rear of the house has fabulous views of Chichester Harbour but, being South facing, there was a need for additional cover. Waverley supplied and installed a Weinor Opal II external awning, which provides welcome shade at the back of the house.
With integral wind sensors, LED lighting, heaters and the cassette making the awning so unobtrusive when closed – plus of course the benefit of a 10 year warranty – this is a great finishing touch to this home, providing not only shade but additional social space as well. See our video above.