House Rules: Giving Life to a 1940's Family Home
Last year Curtain World had the pleasure of helping the teams of House Rules create and reshape the 1940s style dream home of Tanya and Dave.
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There’s nothing more satisfying than adding the finishing touches to a new home. What do you get when you combine impeccable style with on-point choice in window furnishings? Well, you get Sissys in the Valley of course.
These interior decorator hobbyists really have shown how to take a little bit pinterest inspiration and apply it to their home.
In the dining room, the table is lined by our wave pleated Astra sheers in Rope and behind them a Mantra Roller Blind in shale colour for that added privacy and protection from the elements.
The sheer curtains do an amazing job of letting soft light stream into the house creating an undeniable warmth which compliments the added indoor greenery.
The family is what perfect symmetry is all about. The TV is flanked by double Roller Blinds, fitted with a sunscreen blind in grey and a Mantra Roller blind in shale. A perfect option for skinnier windows.
The beautiful light pendant really adds to the space while the roller blinds help reduce glare. However, when they’re left up it provides the most amazing fiddle leaf plenty of Vitamin D.
The two children nurseries are really the stars of the show with a perfect combo of sheers and blockout roller blinds.
The sheers are Astra fabric in quartz colour and roller blinds are Mantra fabric in shale colour.
This setup is a great option for a children’s nursery with the blockout qualities of the roller blinds and the softness of the sheers. A perfect combination of style and privacy.
In the master bedroom the stylish trend continues with the choice of sheers perfectly matching the internal décor. The curved track offers a fantastic solution to cover the entire range of the window and also maximises the usefulness of the curtains by adding a stylish flavour to the room.