How to Inject Life into a Tired Kitchen
Kitchens are one of the busiest rooms in the home and a room that the whole family uses (even if it is just to raid the fridge!).
A new house, a new addition to the family and a fresh new batch of sheer curtains and blinds.
That’s what this young Woodlands couple have to look forward to when they get home every day.
This job had it all. From your classic sheers to an inspired way to offer style and practicality in a children’s nursery.
But let’s start downstairs first with a beautiful wall of sheers that surround the living and dining area.
The sheers are wave pleated Astra fabric in the colour white and are perfectly suited to neutrally toned decor. Remember, getting your interior decor on point will make your curtains stand out even more!
Upstairs in the kid’s bedrooms is where blind innovation meets style and practicality.
We’ve installed our day/night honeycomb blinds which allow maximum control of light and privacy. They’re also not controlled by cords so they’re a perfectly safe option for inquisitive kids.
They can be adjusted to any level, allowing full privacy, diffused light, and full exposure.
The unique cellular fabric can also trap air within the pockets and insulation. This means savings on electricity bills and generally a more comfortable environment.
They also look fantastic as part of the gorgeous room setup.
The upstairs retreat and master bedroom carry on the trend of style with both adopting the sheer and roller blind philosophy.
The sheers are wave pleated in Astra fabric in the colour white (the same as downstairs) and the blockout roller blind is in Horizon fabric in the colour white.