Recovering awnings is an important part of the service provided by Deans Blinds to both old and new customers. Our skill and knowledge of all types of commercial awnings, both modern and traditional, means that you do not need to be liable for a huge cost when your awning becomes tired. Perhaps your business style has changed requiring you to have new colours or signage to the shop front. Generally the cost of recovering awnings can be at least 60% less than the cost of a new awning and at the same time we have the opportunity to make any other repairs necessary. We will, however, we always advise you of potential additional costs for this work. These awnings at Little House in Mayfair are just one example of how our new covers have breathed new life into the frontage of this friendly and sophisticated private club.
Little House is one of the private members clubs under the Soho House umbrella. Soho House was founded in London in 1995 and is attractive especially to people working in creative fields. The concept has been so successful that there are now Houses located in the UK, Berlin, New York, West Hollywood, Miami, Chicago, Toronto and Istanbul, and Barcelona.
Queen Street is located in the Mayfair area of central London and the two short pedestrianised sections of the street was part of an award-winning public realm improvement scheme undertaken in 2006. This pedestrianised part of Queen Street has been used as a location for a number of art events organised by the City of London Festival and the London Architectural Biennial. Both King Street and Queen street form part of an important route on the London Cycle Network which continues south over Southwark Bridge and north towards Moorgate. The 2012 London marathon route for the 2012 Olympic Games passed close by in Kings Street.