Here at Web-Blinds we’re always excited to see how our blinds look in real customer homes, so love nothing more than receiving photos of your orders once they have been fitted. Recently we were sent some images that we couldn’t resist sharing with you all.
Claire from Nottingham had given her son’s bedroom a vibrant makeover earlier this year and was on the hunt for a bright window dressing that would set this off beautifully. When she came across Roar Green from our roller blinds selection, Claire knew her search was over.
“The blue and green tones in the pattern match our colour scheme perfectly and make the most of the shades on our statement wall. We wanted to give Riley a space which he would enjoy now, but that wouldn’t need constantly updating. The new blind looks great paired with his cot, but will also stand the test of time when he moves on to a more grown up bed.
“My husband and I loved the fact that there were lots of ways to adapt the fabric for a child’s bedroom. We went for a cordless option as we’d read that this would be best. To operate the blind, we use the pull at the bottom to position it at the height we want.
“Of course, the most important thing for us was whether Riley would like what we had picked for him… And we’re pleased to say that he absolutely adores it. Riley can’t get enough of the cheeky little monsters in the design – when he’s in his bedroom he likes to run up and roar at them!”
Claire and her family aren’t the only fans of our Roar Green Roller blind either. The product was only introduced to our range a few months ago, but has already proved itself to be a ‘roaring success’ with Web-Blinds customers. As well as having a fun feel, the fabric features a blackout coating which works to reduce light and is perfect for helping your little ones to sleep on light summer evenings.
If you’ve recently redecorated with the help of Web-Blinds and are proud of what you’ve accomplished, then how about emailing some photos of your new look window through to firstname.lastname@example.org We can then share your successful DIY project with other readers of our blog.