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How to – use florals in your home

Florals are firm favs, and at this time of year they’re even popping up in the garden. Take a look at our guide on different ways to use the floral trend in your home.

Bold

A splash of colour never hurt anyone, so if you’re looking to make a statement we couldn’t recommend our Budding Blossom Orange Roller blind more. A blind is a great place to introduce a touch of colour too, as it’s unlikely to become too much. Here, this blind works beautifully with pared down grey and white tiles.

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Graphic

Florals don’t have to be fussy, so forget chintz if you’re looking for a modern feel. Graphic prints work so well – just like in customer Emma’s home with this Mexican Chilli Roller blind. The monochrome kitchen backdrop works a treat for really making this blind sing. Add pops of red elsewhere in the room and you’re well away!

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Layered

Customer Sally used a floral Roman blind to soften the look of Wooden blinds in her hallway and landing. Fitting one blind outside of the recess allowed her to do this – it’s a great idea for combining privacy and a blackout fabric for a bedroom too. And of course, that pretty floral design lights up the whole space.

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Monochrome

Monochrome is one look that will simply never go out of style. Teresa used our Minstrel White Vertical blinds to give her kitchen a floral flavour, without going over the top. The louvres make for a practical solution for a sunny space.

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Painterly

Our Country Retreat range is full of fabrics that look like a work of art in their own right. And this Wild Poppies Amethyst Roman blind shows just how gorgeous a painterly floral can look. Country manor house optional.

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