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New geometric fabrics

Samantha Gibson by Samantha Gibson

Geometric patterns are one of the most popular and enduring styles in interior design. Whether you want to create a look that’s cool and contemporary or classic and timeless, there’s sure to be a perfectly formed geometric fabric just for you.

Here we share inspirational ideas for styling your home with gorgeous geometric curtains and Roman blinds from our new collection. 

Eclipse
This delicate geometric is made up of small scale petals enclosed in a circle. This enigmatic print can sometimes look like a defined floral and sometimes like an abstract geometric, so looks great in rooms where you want to blend softness with a bold statement look. This bedroom cutain has a distinctly art deco feel with its dark walls and geometric styling. Vibrant Eclipse Mimosa yellow curtains give the room a decadent feel and really pop against the forest green walls.

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Geometro
Blocks of horizontal and vertical stripes converge to create the striking Geometro, a fashion-forward alternative to a traditional stripe. This statement print has a slightly retro feel so looks just as good  in period properties as it does in contemporary homes. In this classic dining room we’ve chosen full length green curtains in Geometro Celadon, a soft green shade that works really well with heritage colours and styles. We’ve picked the same shade for our accessories and added a dash of lush greenery to bring the look together.

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Lavida
For an elegant look, choose Lavida, a fine line geometric on a warm cream background. The glossy white surfaces and smooth flooring in this living room help to create a clean and uncluttered aesthetic, while cushion covers in watercolour washes and fade-out prints create a feeling of calm and relaxation. Full length Lavida Grey curtains add warmth and softness to this luxe scheme.

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Nexus
Combine structured styling with a luxurious finish by choosing Nexus, a striking graphic geometric on a textured faux-silk background. This boutique bedroom cleverly blends mid-century design with elements of global travel. Natural wood tones and high shine metallics add warmth and light, while the geometric patterns, incense burners and exotic lamp base bring a middle-eastern flavour. The silk lampshade finishes the look, picking up the rich tones from the stunning Nexus Brushed Gold Roman blind.

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Lazio
This classic geometric print combines blocks of chevrons in soft tonal shades. This versatile print works with a wide range of colours and styles and can be dialled up or down to create a bold or subtle look. Here, we’ve used Lazio Marine Green curtains across a wide window to make a strong statement. The ocean blue sofa and watercolour wall art complement the chevron waves on the curtains.

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Quadro
A playful print featuring a block print diamond pattern in warm, fade-out shades. This is a great choice for creating interest in a neutral scheme without overpowering the senses. It’s especially good for small windows and spaces where you want to create low-key impact, like this stylish home office.The soft neutral shades in the Quadro Monochrome Roman blind cleverly bring together the dark industrial elements in the room with the warmer tones from the walls and the wicker planters.

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Verve
Naturally stylish, this linen-look geometric print is ideal for creating a relaxing space full of interest and textural contrast. This beautiful embroidered Verve Golden Wheat Roman blind has a sublte three dimensional quality. The cream and gold geometric print is both instantly restful and intruigingly tactile. Continue the textural feel  with geometric accessories featuring origami shapes.

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