Cat recently extended her home to include a larger kitchen-dining space. Here’s how Roman blinds brought much-needed texture to the room and added the cherry-on-top.
“We extended our modest kitchen to a much larger space,” explains Cat. “We added modern grey gloss units which look clean and spacious but were lacking something when it came to colour.
“That’s where we knew soft furnishings would come in, to stop the kitchen from looking too dark and clinical.
“I felt curtains would get in the way behind the sink and wouldn’t be practical, so decided on a Roman blind to add texture. I thought the soft fabric would break up the long dark space.
“I chose a fun, colourful design from Web-Blinds – teacups on a blue background. Using this material with one main background colour, but several warmer colours within the design, left me lots of scope to add several colours to other areas of the kitchen.
Pre-extension, Cat’s kitchen was much smaller and much more neutral. So she knew exactly what she wanted from her new space: more storage and somewhere super practical to bake and cook with her little twin boys, something they’ve already enjoyed together.
“They have already baked in it several times and they love the new pattern on the blinds,” says Cat.
“I’m very pleased with them. The website was full of all the info I needed to measure, choose and fit them, and when they arrived they fitted perfectly. It was a really easy process, taking less than 30 minutes to fit both blinds.
“I have already recommended Web-Blinds to friends and family, as the price is so reasonable and the service so great!”