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Add a touch of natural warmth to your home

In the fashion press, you often read about people being ‘naturally stylish’. But you may not know that the same principle can apply to interiors too. Adding a hint of outdoors-inspired elegance to your room is a fab way to revitalise your décor. This especially true now that the weather has turned and we aren’t spending as much time outside.

With the temperature dropping, keeping cosy is a key consideration. Over the past couple of weeks, many of us have been enticed to turn our heating on for the first time in months. If you’re currently craving a little warmth, Kirsty Martin has picked out a selection of snug styles from Web-Blinds range which have been inspired by nature.

Roman blinds

Fully-lined Roman blinds can help to prevent draughts, in the same way that an extra layer of clothing keeps chilly air at bay. This Black Bamboo design features a lovely leaf pattern, which is bang on-trend. Over the past couple of seasons, botanicals have taken home interest magazines by storm.”

Black Bamboo Roman blind


“As you may have guessed from the name, plantation shutters are brilliant for ‘shutting out’ the cold. Our collection includes a choice of rich wood stains and sleek painted shades. For elegant rustic schemes, we’d always recommend the first option – especially if you already have wooden floors or furniture.”

New Hampshire shutters

Wooden blinds

“And if you love the natural good looks of shutters – but your budget doesn’t quite stretch that far – Wooden blinds are a fantastic alternative. To create a luxurious shutter-style effect, simply pick out decorative tape to match your chosen slats. Smaller slats are great for privacy, while wider ones allow lots of lovely light to filter into the space.”

Wooden blind

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