It may not be winter just yet, but now it’s nearly November, we’ll soon be counting down to Christmas. And with the colder season comes a desire to get snuggled up in our homes. Undressed doors can ruin that snug effect. Here’s how to make sure your doors aren’t letting the side down, as told in fabulous customer pics.
Customer Kylie kept things sleek and simple with all-white Perfect Fit Venetian blinds. But far from looking cold, we think it’s the coolest setting for a winter wonderland this Christmas. And of course, with that many windows, it stops that horrible staring-into-the-abyss feeling that undressed windows and doors can inspire.
Laura’s managed to banish winter from her kitchen-diner with pretty Perfect Fit Pleated blinds and the addition of a lush house plant. A warm wooden table helps to make things ever cosier. It’s got a distinctive Scandi flavour (and we all know they’re fashionable fellows).
Lovely and cosy
Like Laura, Hayley chose Perfect Fit Pleated blinds for her patio doors. But she chose a lighter, warmer shade. That means on crisp mornings when the sun is still shining, she gets a lovely glow through the fabric. But she can still shut out the cold when it’s a bit nippy.
Conservatories and rooms with a lot of windows can become off-limit spaces when the weather’s chilly. So to help keep her dining room an all-year-round room, Teresa added monochrome Vertical blinds at the windows and patio doors. Think light and airy when the sun shines, but cosy and stylish come nightfall.
Black it out
Perfect Fit certainly is a popular choice when it comes to patio doors. But Helen had another problem to solve – the sofa bed in her living room is often used for guests, so she needed a blackout fabric too for light control and privacy. Luckily, our Pleated range includes just that, so any visitors can snooze in peace!