When it comes to bespoke window blinds, you want to ensure they are perfectly paired. But what does this mean?
Choosing bespoke window blinds for your bedroom can be a hassle if you don’t know where to start or what to look for. We take a little at some good options.
In most homes, the kitchen is the heart of the house and it is where most people spend a significant amount of time. Having window blinds that are dressed properly and with a purpose is a very easy.
Barely there blinds are very in trend and if you love the feel of light and airy spaces, natural styling and neutral colours for blinds really give your home or space a breath of fresh air.
Have you ever purchased blinds that didn’t fit properly or had little nuisances that occur despite having accurate measurements? Ever found yourself driving to find exactly what you need but can never find it?
To help you navigate the different window blinds that would suit your conservatory and of course, to prove some inspiration, we’ve put together a short but detailed guide.
Now that December is in full swing, we’re talking Christmas and festive ideas of how to decorate your windows, blinds and curtains this Christmas.
Bespoke window blinds do not have to be boring and you don’t have to constantly keep changing if you’re worried about them going out of fashion or becoming outdated. Shutter blinds are wide wooden slats that have taken the blind industry by storm and for good reason to.
Whether you’re spending this lockdown decorating your home, new or old, or just fancy a change, furniture and window dressings are the biggest decisions you will come across.
With more and more people spending more time at home due to Covid-19 restrictions, the time to turn your attention to bespoke window blinds and child safety is now.