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Our elegant range of shutters offers you a chance to add a sense of grandeur to any room in the home.
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Make the most of those wonderful opportunities for al fresco dining in the comfortable shade of the summer sun.
Our conservatory blinds range
Turn your conservatory into an even more desirable place by controlling the light, shade and temperature.
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Saxony or Berber? Twist or Loop? Book a free appointment and choose a stylish new carpet in your own home.
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From chic styles for the lounge to blackout designs for the bedroom, we’ve got a window dressing to suit every room.
Is your interior in need of a bit of inspiration? We have hints and tips to help you transform your room.
We’ve been transforming rooms for more than 40 years and can give you all the expert advice you need.
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31 July 2014
30 July 2014
Out and about
August 2014’s ‘Blogger of the month’ is Emily Blunden, the voice of ‘Atticus and Finch’.
Use beautiful blinds, chic curtains and stunning shutters to add a splash of ‘500 Days of Summer’ inspired style to your home with Hillarys.
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Fashion from the royal family
In this month’s Hillarys Homes, browse our pick of summerhouses from across the world. Getting back to basics doesn’t mean losing sight of what’s stylish.