We talk you through the key features of this trend and show you how you can get just the right amount of bright in your energised décor.
Add a tropical twist to your interior
with bold shades and patterned blinds
This summer, spring’s botanicals get an update with exotic pops of colour inspired by the tropics. Let us help you embrace bold hues, patterns, and natural materials to transform your home into a tropical oasis.
This season, the home interest magazines are going ‘bananas’ for the tropical trend, with vibrant colours and striking patterns everywhere. We’ve picked out our favourite blinds, perfect for adding a tropical twist to your interior.
Palm prints and all things flamboyant are the order of the day with the tropical trend. Here, we’ve chosen a duo of bright Roller blinds to create a dramatic effect in our playroom. Try layering a patterned blackout blind with a coloured one, for a really vibrant impression perfect for a child’s room.
A petterned Roller blind is a striking way to add a focal point to a room. Our Tabitha Mustard Roller blind features yellow blooms that remind us of the Florida sun. Here, we’ve dressed the window in an all-white kitchen to bring a tropical twist to a neutral space.~
Striking safari prints
If your little one fancies themselves as a budding explorer, then our Animals Orange Roller blind will really spark their imagination. With options available in our Roller blind and Skylight blind collections, it’s easy to create a coordinated look ready for your child’s grand discovery.
In our living room, we kept things simple with neutral furnishings, adding colour with stylish accessories instead. Our Crush Spice Pleated blind is vibrant and filters the light in beautifully – perfect for hazy afternoons.
Or, if you really want to bring an injection of Tropicana to your home, try a spectrum of zesty shades. Our Crush Crimson, Nectarine and Lemon Pleated blinds feature hues reminiscent of the juiciest fruits which are great fun in our teenage boy’s room – and you don’t need to be laying under a palm tree to enjoy them!
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