Blinds are a must for the bedroom – that is if you want a good night’s sleep. So take a look at our top tips inspired by real customers, to help you style yours perfectly.
Make them part of the furniture
Amanda’s white Wooden blinds gel so wonderfully with the rest of the room, they practically become part of the furniture. Which lets the period features do the talking. We love.
For a cosier effect, Laura used white Roman blinds with a blackout lining. The effect is the same – sleek and stylish – but the fabric provides a softer, snugglier look. Oh and the blackout lining is perfect for lighter sleepers too. A mixture of textures in the room stop things from becoming boring.
You’re only young once
Kids’ rooms and nurseries are a place to have fun with décor. We’re talking fabulous patterns and striking shades. So why should that fun end when it comes to the window? Justine jazzed up Tilly’s room with a pretty little Roman blind with a vintage design. The fuchsia scheme is sure to wow.
Make an inspired choice
Customer Charlotte was inspired to change her bedroom after a trip to Morocco. So it makes sense that she chose a Roman blind that looks like it could be fresh from the bazaar. Contrasted with crisp white walls and cushions, it’s a relaxing, themed space that she loves to come home to.
Give them the starring role
The walls and furniture in Megan’s spare bedroom are fairly neutral. So she could afford to splash out with bold colours at the window. This deep plum looks good enough to eat – and the blackout lining helps her guests get plenty of shut eye too.