Patio Awnings Exclusive Colour Range

As part of our design and measuring service at Patio Awnings 4 Less we introduce you to the biggest choice of materials, fabrics and colours for sun awnings. Take a look at our patio awnings colour samples and you will find the perfect style and the ideal colour to suit your electric garden patio awning.

With so many colours available, you can make electric awnings for patios as individual as you like with our exclusive colour range and create a cutting edge patio awning that’s both practical and stylish. Offering an extraordinary choice of large garden awnings in a huge range of carefully selected colours and styles, you can enjoy the benefits of an outdoor awning that matches the style of your home and your personal taste.

Huge Range of Sun Awning Colours

Simply choose from any of the modern patio awning designs below and select a colour you know is going to add to the functionality and practicality of your patio awning. Our colours look gorgeous throughout the spring, summer and autumn and you’ll be able to enjoy your outdoor awning and have all the weather protection you need.

Take a look at our exclusive colour range and read the material descriptions to find the perfect electric patio awning. For more help and advice don’t hesitate to contact us or call us on 0800 587 9906.


Established in 1925, Vachet offer a wide range of stylish and practical fabrics, combining inimitable French style with practicality and quality of workmanship – whether in plains, stripes or textured styles…

Ferrari 302

Ferrari 302 is a specially designed lightweight awning material. The fabric is made from a high adhesive (550Dtex) polyester yarn coated with PVC on both sides. This PVC material is fully waterproof and comes with both UV and Fire Retardant Treatment, which is class M2 specification.


Manufactured by Ferrari, Soltis 86 & Soltis 92 is a screen; flame retardant material and has technical features that provide an exceptional level of thermal protection. They block out up to 97% of heat arriving on the outside glazing, and filter light through specially designed open-work structures.