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How to – bring butterflies into your home

Fabrics inspired by the animal kingdom are big news in interiors right now. So this month, we’re going ‘wild’ for the trend by providing hints and tips on how to introduce ‘creature comforts’ to your surroundings.

Previously, we channelled the style of the Serengeti with our blog about safari schemes. This week, we’re drawing upon our local environment for ideas. Breath-taking butterflies have captured the hearts of the home interest press.

Here at Web-Blinds, we share their enthusiasm. So much so, that we’ve compiled a list of lovely ways to bring butterflies into your rooms. Take a leisurely read, or scroll to the bottom of the article to get the low-down at a glance.

Pick a pattern

If you ‘fancy a flutter’ on this theme, Roller blinds are a great low-commitment way to reference the fashion. This Chrysalis Autumn pattern from our latest collection provides instant impact at your windows.

Chrysalis Autumn Roller blind

Play with colour

For a fresh twist, the same motif is available in a different colour-way. Choose your favourite, or invest in both and change your blind according to the season! As the name suggests, the zingy green hues in our Chrysalis Spring Roller blind work especially well at this time of year.

Chrysalis Spring Roller blind

Create a luxurious effect

Roman blinds are ideal for those who love the pretty prints in our Rollers range, but are after a more luxurious effect. The designs are all fully-lined as standard, and our Butterflies print is enough to make your heart flutter.

Butterflies Multi Roman blind

Bring birds in too

Finally, for any budding Doctor Dolittles out there, there’s the option to draw a few of our feathered friends into the mix too. This Birdie Song Roman blind brings together beautiful birds and butterflies in perfect harmony.

Birdie Song Roman blind

Beautiful butterflies at a glance

– Choose a printed Roller blind to get the look for less

– Pick one colour palette, or experiment with a couple

– Select a sumptuous Roman blind for a hint of luxury

– Mix butterflies and birds for a touch of animal magic