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Win Energy-Saving Duette® Blinds Worth Up to £250 @ Real Homes

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Found 31st Jul 2014Made hot 31st Jul 2014
Here’s a hot tip on how to keep your home cosy this Autumn and make it super stylish too – Duette® blinds from Apollo Blinds apollo-blinds.co.uk.

Made-to-measure Duette® blinds from Apollo are the most energy-efficient blinds you can buy – helping to cut heating bills by up to 25%!!! With between 20%-50% of domestic heat loss escaping through windows, insulated window blinds are a great way of keeping your home snug and fuel costs down.

New for summer 2014, Apollo Blinds has launched a rainbow of vibrant new colours of Duette® blinds – from teal and purple to zingy yellow – any shade you need to co-ordinate blinds with this year’s on trend interior design schemes. With these exciting new blinds, you can also enjoy exciting colour projection bursting through your home with Apollo’s translucent Duette® options. Black out versions are available too.

To celebrate the launch of its new Duette® colour-range, Apollo Blinds is offering Real Homes readers the chance to win made-to-made Duette® blinds worth up to £250, fitted in your home by an Apollo Blinds design consultant.

To check out this stunning new range or for more information about Apollo’s made-to-measure blinds and shutters, visit apollo-blinds.co.uk or call 01924 413 048.

To enter this competition simply answer the question below by 4pm on the 21st of August 2014.

What’s the name of Apollo Blinds’ new energy saving blind?

Answer : Duette®

Completion message :
Thank you for entering this Period Living competition. Good luck!

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