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A New England style bathroom for Becky

With Becky’s side extension well underway, it was more than a little hectic. But that didn’t stop interior designer Becky from redecorating her bathroom. Here’s how Wooden blinds from Web-Blinds finished off a fresh new look.

“The base was fine,” says Becky. “We still really liked the off-white brick tiles and wooden floor but had grown tired of the purple accents and wanted something more modern.

“I knew I could do all the work myself as it would only involve a bit of decorating and I’m happiest with a paintbrush in hand!”

The walls were given a coat of pale grey/taupe paint for a gentle contrast with the tiles, and the side of the bath turned from purple to French navy as an understated focal point.

Becky says: “When I’d done the decorating, the room looked much better but was still a way off what I wanted it to be. The windows desperately needed dressing but I was keen to keep as much light flooding in as possible.

“I’d had Roller blinds before but I wanted a different look that was more traditional. White Wooden blinds were the perfect choice to support the classic style of brick tiles and the roll top bath.

White wooden bathroom blinds

“I chose Web-Blinds because the addition of tapes gives an extra detail and I’m a great believer that it’s the little things that make all the difference.

White Wooden blinds

“From past experience I know how easy these blinds are to fit and it took me less than an hour to put them up. I’m delighted – they look wonderful”

The finished room has a classic base, with a few framed photographs to make it a bit special.

“The blinds are a great choice because not only do they look wonderful now, but they will continue to do so even when I redecorate in the future!”

White Wooden bathroom blinds

Fact File: Meet Becky

My home:I live with my husband and two daughters in a five bedroomed 1930s house in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire.

My room then:It was rather bland and needed a bit of TLC.

My room now:The combination of colours and the lovely blinds make it look really cosy with almost a New England style.

Proudest project:I love that our house changes on a relatively regular basis – I can’t help myself! I think my husband would rather I put the paintbrush down once in a while though…