This small but long kitchen needed four small blinds. We chose from the citrus colours in the popular New England range and used narrow stripes on the smaller blinds in the main kitchen and bolder stripes for the utility end of the room. They look fresh and lift the room. The use of bold colour
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This is a combination that is proving popular in the Shire. Here the beautiful leaf embroidered fabric was more expensive, but loved too much to miss. We came up with a more economical way of using it only on the blinds and as a border for the main curtains. Both fabrics came from the same
This shows off some of the nautical themed fabrics that take us all back to childhood at the coast. The fabrics are from books I stock, amazing value for money, so this customer was quite happy to mix and match from the range, adding a border to the blind. I had a few coordinating leftovers
This is how to keep your little one cosy. Blackout on the blind which fits inside the window recess really close. Then interlined curtains to keep the warmth in and look more opulent. What a lucky little girl!!
These lovely blinds with coordinating pelmets have brightened up a modern kitchen. I love the customer’s attention to detail when she cleverly picked out a main colour to have as a border around the edge. It really makes the scheme work beautifully!