Recovering your awning…..

Just because you’ve had your awning for ages, it doesn’t mean to say that it needs replacing.    So much of the work we do is recovering existing awnings and repairing and cleaning the existing framework.   This is a fraction of the cost of a new awning and yet it often looks like a brand […]

Traditional Victorian Awning Recover, Repairs & Signwriting

Isn’t this lovely, what a brilliant colour theme for this delightful spice shop in Notting Hill, London. We were asked to recover their existing Victorian awning but it also needed some repairs and a new valance with some signwriting to finish it off and bring it back to its former glory. The vibrant colour is […]

Markilux 6000 Awnig with Shade Plus

These private clients in Wimbledon Village chose the automatic Markilux 6000 awning with a motorised shade plus valance, remote control and goal post system for support.   The acrylic fabric is water resistant, non fading with sun protection 50+ and non fading.  This particular awning has won Markilux some awards due to its design and reliability.  […]

Traditional Victorian Awning & Cafe Barriers

Traditional Victorian awnings are our “thing” and we’re pretty good at them; having had family roots in this industry for over 150 years, we’ve had plenty of practice so we should be by now!   We have now finely tuned this process so that some of the component wooden parts have been replaced by aluminum in […]

Weinor Topas Awning with Hood & Remote Control

Essential Therapie is an independent health and beauty salon based in Canary Wharf, London.   They chose the fully automated Weinor Topas awning with a hood for their sun shading option, together with signwriting for their main cover and valance, which of course does a great job in subliminal advertising.  The contemporary grey fabric with white […]

Traditional Victorian Recovers – Marylebone, London

Lina Stores had two traditional Victorian awnings that needed sprucing up and recovering as they prepare to open their newest venture in Marylebone Lane, London which is a Heritage building set over two floors.   They chose the eye catching stripes with some discreet signwriting on the valance in keeping with their company logos and themes.  […]