With the official start of spring only a few short weeks away, you can already detect a slight change in the air. Soon, blossom will be flowering on the trees and gardens all over the country will be bursting into bloom.
If you would like to channel these transformations in your home, then adding a natural-inspired feel to your design scheme is a fantastic way to do so. Rich wood tones are always a fabulous choice, as are classic floral soft furnishings.
And if chintzy florals aren’t to your taste, you can still embrace the new season. Botanical prints are incredibly versatile and bang on-trend too. From lush leaves to stunning seed heads, you’re sure to find the perfect option to suit your décor.
Kirsty Martin from the Web-Blinds team is a particular fan of this look:
“Leaf motifs are a lovely choice for your windows. Our Almond Butter fabric from the cream Roman blinds range, is great for neutral schemes, as almond shades complement creams and ivories beautifully. The stylish swirls also have an exotic appearance.
“Or if you are looking to create a dramatic impression, our brown Pleated blinds are ideal. The mouth-watering chocolaty hue looks almost good enough to eat, while intricate leafy detailing draws the eye.”
Stunning Seed Heads
Web-Blinds Ecommerce Manager Heather Evans prefers these styles:
“Our Dandelion Teal Roman blind has a lively appeal, with a vibrant blue and red colour palette. The pretty pattern is reminiscent of Scandinavian interiors and ties into the popular ‘Scandi-chic’ trend. This can be found over with our blue Roman blinds.
“Alternatively, you can keep things simple and understated with muted tones. Our elegant Haven Natural fabric in our cream Roller blinds collection fits the bill here. The sophisticated fabric will come into its own when the clocks go forward, as it features a clever blackout coating to reduce unwanted light.”