2019’s London Fashion Week is in full swing and the hottest trends of the season are being paraded down catwalks left, right and centre. With one of the world’s largest fashion shows currently showcasing this year’s best trends, we thought it would be a great time to look into window dressing trends. You may be surprised by the similarities between fashion and home interior trends.
Easter is just around the corner and the sun is shining! Spring inspired fabrics are the perfect way to add a little Easter-magic to your home for when you are spending quality with your friends and family over the bank holiday and Easter Week.
Whether it’s a new blind in the kitchen, new curtains in the conservatory or Easter inspired seat pads for the patio furniture, the smallest change can make a huge different to your home.
Spring has all but sprung and we are feeling fresh here at Express Curtains and Blinds. We all know that dreaded feeling of seeing your home in sunlight for the first time in months and noticing all the dirt and dull bits. So, what better way to brighten your home up then with a gorgeous new pair of curtains, or a sleek blind?
Let’s have a look at some of the big trends in 2019 and give you the inspiration you need to refresh your rooms.
Vertical Blinds are one of the popular choices for window dressings here in the UK. They are versatile, practical and one of the most affordable options if you have a limited budget. They look very chic and elegant on tall and wide windows but they also look beautiful on small windows. Most importantly, they offer you full control over light and privacy; you can simply tilt their louvers to let some of the sun light in to your room while maintaining your privacy, or you can open the blinds completely to enjoy the maximum amount of sunlight.
Blue is one of the favourite colours for this season. It’s a cool colour associated with tranquillity and calmness, which is why it’s been widely used in home interiors to create a cosy environment in which people can relax and enjoy a lovely time in their homes.