Global Textures Collection House Beautiful design collaboration, inspired by world travel
Curating items that take inspiration from different cultures is snowballing into a lifestyle trend. And this influence is evident in our House Beautiful collection of Roman blinds and curtains. The delightfully diverse fabrics reference historical patterns and heritage craft techniques.
We talk you through the range and tell you more about the inspiration behind each design. Plus we show you how to mix and match these fabulous fabrics to achieve an opulent and eclectic look in your home.
Our Portia fabric is inspired by traditional wood block printing and the elaborate floral motifs seen in decorative architecture.
In our bedroom, we’ve used Portia Quartz Roman blinds to create the feeling of a romantic French boudoir. The aged and distressed furniture works really well with this historic design.
A traditional woven damask design is given a modern twist and combined with a contemporary ombre effect in our Baroque fabric.
In this bedroom, we created a boutique feel by pairing luxurious Baroque Mulberry curtains with rich Opulence Amethyst Roman blinds. The layers create a sumptuously warm and cosy feel.
The lustre of our Celeste embroidered hourglass outline brings a classic silhouette bang up to date, set against a matt base.
When it came to our living room, a hint of colour was needed. We plumped for these chic Celeste Grape curtains with coordinating cushions to give the scheme an elegant finish.
Dating back to Roman and Medieval times, herringbone has a timeless appeal that brings depth and sophistication to all types of homes. And our Rodez fabric is no exception.
Here, we teamed understated Rodez Linen roman blinds with stylish Baroque Natural curtains for a luxurious feel. The grey and cream tones combined with the silver sheen are naturally elegant.
Opulence is a linen look plain fabric with a gorgeous lustrous sheen, available in six popular colour-ways.
To complete our new scheme, we selected subtle Opulence Dove Grey curtains. These were the perfect partners for the Portia Stone Roman blinds that we’d picked out earlier.