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Blinds with the ‘twit twoo’ factor

A little birdie told us that botanical prints were hot right now – especially those featuring our feathered friends. If you’ve been clothes shopping recently, it’s likely that you will have come across an abundance of designs featuring birds in various shapes and sizes.

When it comes to interiors, botanical and floral designs are always a popular choice to give your rooms a fresh, natural inspired feel. And this season the trend for ornithology – bird watching to you and me – translates wonderfully from the clothes hanger direct to your home.

The world is your oyster when it comes to deciding which route to go down with this look… Or should we say the world is your ostrich?! Picking bold botanical wallpaper for one statement wall will create a key focal point, or for a more understated effect you could choose accessories to complement the theme, such as an antique bird cage ornament.

If you would like to add a splash of feathered fun to your window, Heather Evans from the Web-Blinds online team has picked out a few fabrics from the range which she thinks are gorgeous enough to charm the birds out of the trees.

“Our Garden of Eden Aubergine Roller blind from our blackout collection is a sleek and contemporary option which will catch the eye wherever it is used in the home. The birds feature deep red detailing, which contrasts beautifully with the cool blue tones that are used elsewhere in the pattern.

Garden of Eden Aubergine Blackout Roller Blind

“Or if you are looking for more of a neutral fabric, Delightful Beige from the cream roller blinds selection is ideal. The white birds and flowers in the design are silhouetted against a taupe background, for an elegant and sophisticated effect.

Cream Roller Blind

“Last but not least, Birdie Song from the Roman blinds range is a lovely choice for a little girl’s room.  The cute birds in fondant pink and baby blue tones are accompanied by delicate butterflies in similar shades, for a pretty and feminine look.”

Birdie Song Roman Blind