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Limoges Charcoal Roman blind

Turn over a new leaf

with botanical silhouettes

avatar of Tara Hall

by Tara Hall

Our new Roman blinds and curtains collection has arrived and it’s packed with all the key fashions for the coming seasons. Designed to blend together or make a statement on their own, the stunning plains and patterns will transform your surroundings.

Outdoors inspired fabrics always prove popular, so it was important for us to include plenty of these in the range. Traditionally, classic florals took the lead, but recently bold botanicals have been emerging as a contemporary rival.

Botanical silhouettes in particular are all the rage right now. When it comes to interior décor, it seems that everyone is turning over a new leaf! Introducing a leafy look is a fabulous way to channel the beauty of the outside world indoors.

The prints are also fantastic for breathing fresh life into a tired scheme. In our dining room, we picked out Indira Aubergine Roman blinds to add a splash of colour and warmth to the neutral décor.

Indira Aubergine Roman blind View Roman blinds

We couldn’t get enough of our purple palette, so decided to use it in our living room too. This time around, we plumped for plain Roman blinds, but teamed them with lush leaf detailing. Our Stylish Lavender curtains have a lovely luxurious appeal.

Over in our master bedroom, we used the same design, but swapped the colour-way and type of window dressing. These Stylish Silver Roman blinds tick all the boxes, as metallics are ones to watch as well.

If you’re a fan of cooler hues, you’ll love these Safi Turquoise Roman blinds. Their refreshing aqua tone was a perfect match for our kitchen’s blue walls, while the striking silhouette motif is naturally elegant.

Safi Turquoise Roman blind View Roman blinds

Or if neutrals are more your cup of tea, we’ve plenty of those too. Creams are sometimes labelled as a safe choice, but the botanical trend brings them bang up to date. In our guest room, we made a feature of our breath-taking bay, by layering Aurella Tan curtains over Lyon Oatmeal Roman blinds.

Aurella Tan Curtains and Lyon Oatmeal Roman-blind View Curtains

A layered finish was also the order of the day in our study. Here, we paired the understated elegance of our Chester Cotton curtains with the exquisite embroidery of our Pyrus Cream Roman blind. The beautiful branches make a real statement.

Chester Cotton Curtains and Pyrus Cream Roman blind View Curtains

Tactile materials create a wonderfully opulent impression. The artfully distressed texture of our Roche Taupe Roman is a brilliant example. Once our blind was in place, we completed the picture with shabby-chic furnishings.

Roche Taupe Roman blind View Roman blinds

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