Traditional shop blinds have been manufactured by Deans for over 125 years and they still retain their popularity, particularly on our older High Street locations. The used of harvested hardwood joinery and classic steel arms are an obvious feature of our traditional shop blinds. The galvanised clout nails to the front timber tacker are a lesser known feature but they add authenticity to our traditional shop blinds when accurately spaced along the front rail. The sprung roller concealed within the box is held in tension by a huge helical spring which has to be wound to an accurate degree by our expert installers at the time of fixing and no attempt to remove it should ever be made by an untrained operative. These traditional shop blinds have recently been recovered by us in Wimbledon.
Deans are proud to be an approved supplier top Côte restaurants which is a British cafe chain founded by Richard Caring, Andy Bassadone, Chris Benians and Nick Fiddler in Wimbledon, London in 2007. There are now over 60 restaurants in the UK. The popular menu includes favourites such as steak frites, tuna Niçoise and moules marinières. Then for dessert the choice is tempting with Côte’s crème caramel and crème brûlée which are house specialities. The wine list displays an in-depth knowledge and features reasonably priced wines from a variety of producers across France.
Wimbledon is not just about tennis and, in any event, the famous tennis venue is actually called The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, or All England Club. In fact, by visiting Wimbledon you can browse over 100 High Street brands, department stores and exclusive fashion and home boutiques for everyday and special gifts. Wimbledon is a vibrant place with four gyms (and three swimming pools to keep you afloat) – it is a centre for holistic health stores, natural spas and beauty salons. And of course there is always the tennis….