You’ll find plenty of Grand Tour inspired ideas in our brand new collaboration with House Beautiful.
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. But don’t just take our word for it - have a look for yourself…
Our Portia fabric is inspired by traditional wood block printing and the elaborate floral motifs seen in decorative architecture.
In our dining room, we layered full-length Portia Indigo curtains over Lattice Pistachio Roman blinds, to create a lovely eclectic ambience. The contrasting colours work beautifully together.
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 patterned curtains with a splash of dramatic with these purple blinds.
A snug atmosphere was the order of the day in our bedroom, so we chose this Lattice Raspberry Roman blind for our window. An inviting array of cushions completes the picture.
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 Natural curtains with eye-catching Celeste Pistachio Roman blinds. The green and cream tones are naturally elegant choices.
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.
You can see each of the House Beautiful designs in every colour way in the comfort of your own home, simply book an in-home appointment with an expert advisor to see how the designs look in your interior.
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