Traditional Deans shop blinds at Ember Yard

These two Traditional Deans shop blinds demonstrate particularly the skills employed by our factory craftsmen who, through the traditional skills employed in  timber “springing” have been able to maintain a flat front profile for the front awning laths despite the great length on these particular shop blinds. Deans have built over 120 years of experience into the construction of traditional and this experience, together with the insistence on only using the finest raw materials, has kept us at the forefront of traditional shop blind supply and installation. Deans shop blinds are constructed from harvested hard woods which are then painted with water based paints to match the appropriate colour using environmentally safe water based long lasting paint finishes. The arms and other steel work incorporated in the shop blinds have been powder coated to provide an extremely robust finish and the fabrics we use for our awning covers incorporate both a soil resistant and UV stable finish. The shop blinds have been decorated with the Ember Yard messages through the means of the RAGS® branding process; a system which has been developed by our own design team in London..

Ember Yard specialises in dishes inspired by the amazing wood-fired grills of Spain and Italy. The Head Chef creates exceptional small and large sharing plates. No fuss. No fanfare. Just flavour. Located in the heart of Soho over two floors, including an exciting downstairs space known as The Ember Bar, a slick area in which to indulge on small plates over their impressive cocktail list. With DJs playing laid back beats on Friday and Saturday nights you can find yourself amongst an electric, buzzing atmosphere making it a perfect space to relax with a drink pre or post dinner.

It will surprise many to discover that Soho was originally developed from farmland by Henry the Vlll when the area was developed from farmland by Henry VIII in 1536, into  a royal park; a far cry from the bustling commercial and entertainment area which it has become today.