Whether you are child-proofing your home for a new arrival, or you’re simply thinking about getting new Blinds, you may have questions regarding Blinds and child safety.
If you are deciding on window dressings for a nursing home or granny annexe, you might be wondering what the best types of blinds and curtains for accessible living are, and if the window dressings really make a difference.
Or, maybe you are looking for a style update in your own home but have some individual needs that need to be met.
Well blinds and curtains are what we do, so read on to find out more.
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.
It is that time of the year again where fairy lights are up and glowing everywhere and the smell of pine candles and perfumes fills the air. If you are planning to set up your Christmas tree this weekend and haven’t decided yet which decorations you are going to use then you have come to the right place. In this article we hope to inspire you with our favourite interior trends for Christmas this year.