Home offices are practical spaces – but that doesn’t mean they can’t be stylish! We’ll show you how to solve seriously annoying reflections on your computer screen without making your room feel like a darkened pit.
Go on, be fun
There’s nothing like a fun print to make you smile. Choose a bright pattern, and you can’t help but grin every time you walk into the room. This Radar Saffron Roman blind shows exactly how it’s done – and it’s can still be adjusted to block out light and provide privacy when it’s needed. Top tip – blackout linings aren’t just for bedrooms. Use them in your home office too to beat glare.
If yellow seems a little too daring, go for monochrome instead. It’s guaranteed to never go out of style. This home office is oh-so-serene with crisp white surfaces (we must admit, we do have a little more stuff…) while that jazzy Roman blind is a breath of fresh air at the window.
For the home attic office
Lots of homes across the country have attic retreats for home offices. But attics often have tricky windows – and no one wants to be blinded by sunrays. Our Skylight blinds ensure there’s no such problem. This stylish Mallow Stripe design fits in just swell – extra points if you match your laptop to your décor…
Over to our customers…
We’re experts in blinds, but our customers aren’t too bad either… Here are a couple of our fav snaps from real customers’ homes.
Martin nailed it in his home office at the bottom of the garden. He definitely got the memo about grey being effortlessly cool, and chose a chic louvre from our Vertical blind range. And this picture really demonstrates how windows of every shape and size look gorgeous with our blinds – even the very wide and short blind above the computer, and the long and thin ones to the left.
Last but by no means least is Marcus. His home office oozes metallic chic with the most gorgeous copper Venetian blind. Topped off with a grey feature wall, and we’re coming round to the idea of a day’s work in such lovely surroundings. The best bit? Marcus can simply tilt the slats to keep the sunbeams at bay.