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How to use colour in your home – from a little to a lot

When it comes to our homes, we all use colour in slightly different ways. Take a look at how these real customers used colour in their spaces – from a little to a lot!

Just a teeny-weeny bit

Kylie’s dining nook is pretty breath-taking. Crisp white dominates the space with a mix of textures to keep things interesting. Not to mention those nifty Perfect Fit blinds. And then there’s a flurry of yellow with cheerful daffodils. It’s all pretty perfect, and a great way to dip your toe into the pond of colour.


Serenely neutral – but oh what’s that?

Sarah kept things soft and relaxing in baby Grace’s nursery, but then perked things up with a fun, bright Roller blind. Are you taking notes?

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A pop of colour for Polly

Polly knows a thing or two about colour popping. Her monochrome kitchen looked just fine on its own, but it’s all the better for a pop of green in the form of a stylish Venetian blind. When the slats are closed, the result is quite something.


Dotty for colour

Colour lovers will adore this coordinated number. Janet went all-out on the red theme, choosing a sparkly red worktop and accent unit. And the icing on the cake is that spotty red Roller blind complete with eyelets.


Awash with bright hues

Nikki’s bedding couldn’t be brighter. Featuring a carnival of colour, this flowery fabric pops against white walls and the white slats of the Wooden blind. The whole effect screams boutique hotel.


A riot of colour

If there’s one place you can go wild with colour, it’s a kid’s room. And Kate made sure Henry’s bedroom was bursting with fun. Bright monster blind, tick. Lime green walls, tick. The coolest place to play, tick.