Blue has been a hot topic for a while now, and with Dulux naming Denim Drift as their Colour of the Year 2017, it’s not set to go anywhere any time soon. Here’s how to add a blue hue to your own home.
1. Accent shades
If you’re just starting out with colour (beige and white are timeless after all) then try using blue as an accent shade. Customer Claire dipped her toes in with a splash of vibrant sapphire in the form of these elegant peacocks. And in this case, a little colour most definitely goes a long way!
2. Barely there
Alternatively, with a rainbow of blues to choose from, picking a barely-there shade can really pay off. Kerry used two soft shades to set off her coastal bedroom – a light sand and the softest of blues. And that gorgeously textured Roman blind from yours truly gives the whole room that boutique hotel feel.
3. Gorgeously inky
On the opposite end of the spectrum, a dramatic inky shade will make a serious statement. Worried about painting your walls in such a bold blue hue? Say hello to our fab blinds range instead. This Roman blind called Lanza Indigo is as gorgeous as they come.
4. Go geo
With loads of us loving the Scandi trend, complementary geometric patterns are big news. Blue is bold enough to make a statement, but not too loud to overpower everything in our room. And our Triangles Indigo Roller blind ticks all the boxes.
5. Beachcomber style
Lots of people think of blue as a cold colour, and although it sits on the cooler side of the spectrum, it’s anything but uninviting. Customer Naomi used our gorgeous Gradola Vista Perfect Fit Pleated blinds to make her conservatory a coastal haven. She’s even got the stylishly flung blanket for chillier days.