Last week, Kirsty Martin from the Web-Blinds team introduced our blackout blinds range and explained a bit about the benefits of each style. As well as being practical additions to a home – especially now the mornings are getting lighter – our blinds showcase the latest trends.
Monochrome has been a hit the catwalks, but it also works well in interiors. And the good news is that this fashion is set to stick around over the coming seasons. Just as a little black dress – or black suit – never seems to date in your wardrobe, the palette stands the test of time in your rooms.
If you love this classic combination as much as we do, Kirsty is back with a few of her favourite fabrics.
“Our City Life Roller blind always proves popular with our customers… And it’s easy to see why! It combines a stunning stripy print with striking black and white shades, for a supremely sophisticated finish.
“Charcoal greys provide a softer alternative to bold blacks within monochromatic schemes. In our living room, we plumped for this Como Charcoal Roller blind. The clever blackout coating works to prevent glare on our television screen.
“As the name suggests, our Botanical Graphite Roman blind pairs a gorgeous grey colour with a lovely leafy motif. The beauty of our Roman blinds collection is that all of our designs are available with optional blackout linings.
“Continuing with the outdoors-inspired theme, our Allerton Black Roman blind shows off fabulous floral detailing. This time around, we softened the overall effect by choosing a warm cream tone rather than a crisp white.
“Or if you prefer plains to patterns, our Black Cab Pleated blind fits the bill perfectly. The deep hue is brilliant for adding a splash of drama to your surroundings. And it helps to ensure a good night’s sleep too.”